Which one

Ok guys which name do you like the best

[name]Macey[/name] or [name]Maisie[/name]
[name]Niamh[/name] (Gaelic) pronounced Neeve

any other suggestions

I’m gonna have to say I’m not a fan of any of those names…but if I had to choose, it would be [name]Maisie[/name] or [name]Maizie[/name]…I like it pronounced both ways! I don’t like the name [name]Niamh[/name] because no one would know what it is by just looking at it. However, my step mom’s name was [name]Neva[/name], which is Nee-va, and I [name]LOVE[/name] that name!

The only name I really like from the list is [name]Maisie[/name], and I’d stick with that spelling so it doesn’t reflect the store, [name]Macy[/name]'s.

I like [name]Macy[/name]. I’m confused about [name]Elle[/name]-[name]Anna[/name], why not [name]Elaina[/name]?

I like [name]Madelyn[/name] and [name]Macy[/name].

I like Neeve spelled Neeve or [name]Neve[/name].
The others I don’t like so much, but if you like them go for it!

[name]Mercedes[/name]: Depending on geography, this one may be viewed as quite, uh, trashy.

[name]Atlanta[/name]: Are you thinking of [name]Atalanta[/name], or did you mean the city? This name just doesn’t sound very classy to me. What about [name]Georgia[/name] or [name]Charlotte[/name]? (Place names…) [name]Aurora[/name]? [name]Araminta[/name]?

[name]Elle[/name]-[name]Anna[/name]: This invented combo falls flat for me, lacking flow. Like [name]Lyndsay[/name] suggested, what about [name]Elaina[/name]? What about [name]Eliana[/name], [name]Eliza[/name], or [name]Eleanora[/name]?

What about [name]Annabelle[/name], which gives you both names in one?

[name]Rochelle[/name]: [name]Rochelle[/name] is very dated/out of style. What about [name]Rosalie[/name], [name]Rose[/name], [name]Mirabelle[/name], or even [name]Estelle[/name]?

[name]Macey[/name] or [name]Maisie[/name]: I’d go with [name]Maisie[/name], but as a nickname for [name]Margaret[/name]. I’d spell [name]Macy[/name] like this to avoid spelling issues.

[name]Madelyn[/name]: Too popular for me, but I’d personally go with the [name]Madeleine[/name] spelling, or at the very least, [name]Madeline[/name]. ([name]Madelyn[/name] is a trendy spelling version.)

[name]Niamh[/name] (Gaelic) pronounced Neeve: This one is destined for pronunciation issues.

From your list, I’d personally choose [name]Maisie[/name].

It’s kind of hard to make more suggestions, because I’m not sure about your style.

Good luck! :slight_smile:

[name]Hi[/name] thanks for the replies we are actually from [name]England[/name] so the names listed are actually considered popular where we live and [name]Rochelle[/name] and [name]Mercedes[/name] are names in the family,

Quite like names with [name]Elle[/name] in any ideas?

[name]Camille[/name] (close to the elle ending…)
[name]Emmanuelle[/name] (although this is the name of the soft porn lady in the movies…)
[name]Gabrielle[/name] (pretty dated, though…)
[name]Lucille[/name] (close…)

Good luck! :slight_smile:

[name]Mercedes[/name] - I like it, though I’m not bold enough to use it–if the car thing doesn’t bother you, then I say go for it
[name]Atlanta[/name] - eh, not so much–my mind immediately says “Hotlanta!”
[name]Elle[/name]-[name]Anna[/name] - I think it’s awkward hyphenated like this–have you considered [name]Alana[/name]? It will end up sounding the same and simplify spelling issues. The sound is pretty.
[name]Rochelle[/name] - having spent a young lifetime with the name [name]Rachelle[/name], I can vouch for a pleasant experience overall, and [name]Rochelle[/name] is the less problematic spelling, so even better. It’s true that this is no longer a popular name and could sound dated but that depends on your style, etc. and perhaps it would sound different in [name]England[/name], I wonder? Anyway, it’s not like it’s [name]Barbara[/name] or even [name]April[/name] as far as the dated issue goes, and was never very popular.
[name]Macey[/name] or [name]Maisie[/name] - cute, though I personally prefer [name]Macy[/name] without the e
[name]Madelyn[/name] - very cute but the spelling is problematic because there are tons of Madelines, Madalyns, Madeleines, you name it, which is why it’s also more popular than it is officially given credit for, and perhaps your girl will be one in a sea of Maddies
[name]Niamh[/name] (Gaelic) pronounced Neeve - I love the sound of it but spelling and pronunciation will be a constant inconvenience

I’m editing this to say that if [name]Niamh[/name] is familiar in [name]England[/name] and unlikely to be butchered, then I have no reservations about it