Hello Moms and Name-Enthusiasts! Here is another baby-naming dilemma that could use a bit more input! The mom-to-be is looking for the following:
- Girl name beginning with either W, P or Q.
- Feminine but does NOT begin or end with a vowel.
- Avoid the Top 100 names.
- Longer first name with a one syllable middle name.
- Middle name cannot start with an A.
- The last name is also one syllable.
Willow (despite vowel ending)
Pippa (despite vowel ending)
What other names would you suggest? I've sent plenty of options and am waiting for another reply once she has a chance to talk with her husband but I thought I'd open this up to all of you name-lovers and see what ideas we can compile for her!
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Winifred - I think it's classic and adventurous. It's also close to Quinn and Gwen. You could use Winnie or Fred or Effie as nicknames.
Wallis Quinn? Winter Rós? Pilar Wren? Phoenix Eir?
My immediate thought was Guinevere Rose or Gwendoline Lark, both nn Gwen. The classic middle name Rose might make Guinevere seem more "normal" to dad, while Lark (or some other "cool" middle name) might jazz up Gwendoline for mum.
Sorry just remembered was meant to start with W, P or Q!
Winter Rose, Persis Claire, Willabelle Plum.
I can't think of a feminine name starting with Q ending with a consonant offhand - there's always unisex Quentin.
What about Winifred?
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