What I would name my kids!!!

[name]Matilda[/name] [name]Mae[/name] [name]Violet[/name]
[name]Imogene[/name] [name]Alexis[/name] [name]Rose[/name]
[name]Harper[/name] [name]Anabelle[/name] [name]Dune[/name]
[name]Finley[/name] [name]Elizabeth[/name] [name]Verity[/name]

[name]Matilda[/name] [name]Mae[/name] [name]Violet[/name] A very pretty combo but the spelling of [name]Mae[/name] has be [name]May[/name]

[name]Imogene[/name] [name]Alexis[/name] [name]Rose[/name] A beautiful combo, really beautiful but please spell [name]Imogen[/name] the traditional way!

[name]Harper[/name] [name]Anabelle[/name] [name]Dune[/name] A change of style here with great flow. I would make it [name]Annabelle[/name] [name]Harper[/name] [name]Dune[/name]

[name]Finley[/name] [name]Elizabeth[/name] [name]Verity[/name], the flow is out

[name]Verity[/name] [name]Anne[/name] [name]Finley[/name]?

I’m spelling [name]Mae[/name] that way because it’s a family name and I was spelling [name]Imogen[/name] the way you said and my dad told me it was originoly [name]Imogene[/name]! But, I like both ways!

The girl’s name [name]Imogen[/name] \i-mo-gen\ is of Irish and Gaelic origin, and its meaning is “maiden”.

From the Celtic name [name]Innogen[/name] which derives from “inghean”. Literary: the name has connotations of the perfect heroine as used in [name]Shakespeare[/name]'s play “[name]Cymbeline[/name]” and Sir [name]Walter[/name] [name]Scott[/name]'s novel “The Heart of Midlothian”.

[name]Imogen[/name] has 7 variant forms: [name]Emogen[/name], [name]Emogene[/name], [name]Imogene[/name], [name]Imogenia[/name], [name]Imogine[/name], [name]Imojean[/name] and [name]Imojeen[/name].

[name]How[/name] about . . .

[name]Matilda[/name] [name]Mae[/name] [name]Alice[/name]
[name]Chloe[/name] [name]Elizabeth[/name]
[name]Harper[/name] [name]Dune[/name]
[name]Elinor[/name] [name]November[/name] [name]Rose[/name]

I love [name]Matilda[/name] and [name]Imogen[/name] as a sibling set, as do I quite like [name]Harper[/name] and [name]Finley[/name] together. However, all four together are quite off, style-wise…

They’re all very nice names, especially [name]Matilda[/name].

Although a couple don’t feel like they flow quite right to me. I’d put them more like…

[name]Matilda[/name] [name]Mae[/name] [name]Violet[/name]
[name]Imogene[/name] [name]Verity[/name] [name]Rose[/name]
[name]Harper[/name] [name]Alexis[/name] [name]Anabelle[/name]
[name]Finley[/name] [name]Elizabeth[/name] [name]Dune[/name]

  • The long E ending of [name]Imogene[/name] with only a soft N flowed into the A of [name]Alexis[/name] a bit much for me so I switched it with [name]Verity[/name].
  • [name]Finley[/name] and [name]Verity[/name] both had the ee sounding ending and the same amount of sylables which sounded a little odd so I put [name]Dune[/name] in there instead.
  • [name]Harper[/name] [name]Alexis[/name] [name]Annabelle[/name] I’m still not sure of but [name]Alexis[/name] had to go somewhere (and I do like it) and it fit best there with two 2 sylable names follwoed by a 3 sylable one.
  • [name]Matilda[/name] [name]Mae[/name] [name]Violet[/name] was perfect as it was

I like [name]Chloe[/name] [name]Elizabeth[/name]

[name]Anabelle[/name] is the only way to spell it!

What do you think of . . .

[name]Norah[/name]/[name]Nora[/name] [name]Mae[/name]
[name]Charles[/name] ([name]Charlie[/name]) [name]David[/name]
[name]Thomas[/name] ([name]Tommy[/name]/[name]Tom[/name]) [name]Anthony[/name]
[name]Clio[/name] [name]Elizabeth[/name]
[name]Juliette[/name] [name]Anastasia[/name] ([name]Julie[/name])