g i r ls

  • Agatha, "Aggie"
  • Angela, "Annie"
  • Bernadette, "Birdie"
  • Beverly
  • Christina, "Chrissy"
  • Dorothy, "Dodie"
  • Frances, "Frankie"
  • Jeanette, "Jeanie"
  • Joanna, "Jo"
  • Kathy
  • Loretta, "Etta"
  • Margery, "Margie"
  • Pamela, "Pam: Pammy"
  • Paulina, "Polly"
  • Roberta, "Birdie"
  • Sandra, "Sandy"
  • Susan, "Susie"
  • Theresa, "Tess"

b o y s

dec 18 2021 ∞
dec 26 2021 +

J o s e p h / J o e

  • These names honor my grandfather, father, and brother.
    • b o y s
      • Jessop
      • Jody
      • Joe
      • Joel
      • Joji
      • Jolyon
      • Jonas
      • Joseph / Josef
      • Jove
      • Seòsaidh
      • Seosamh
      • Zef
    • g i r l s
      • Jo
dec 4 2021 ∞
dec 26 2021 +

Pauline is from the Latin Paulus meaning "small" or "humble".

The name itself makes me think of childhood summers by a lake. Of kids running through sprinklers, jumping on trampolines, and later off docks. Coloring with crayons at the kitchen table. Days ended around a campfire and roasting marshmallows on a stick.

c o m b o s

  • Pauline Birdie
  • Pauline Bluebird
  • Pauline Clementine
  • Pauline Hazel
  • Pauline Honey
  • Pauline Ivy
  • Pauline Lavender
  • Pauline Lily
  • Pauline Magnolia
  • Pauline Meadow Joanne
  • Pauline Meadow
  • Pauline Summer
dec 19 2021 ∞
dec 24 2021 +

Helen is from the English form of the Greek Ἑλένη (Helene), possibly meaning "torch" or "corposant". In Greek mythology, Helen was the daughter of Zeus and Leda, whose kidnapping by Paris sparked the Trojan War.

It was more commonly spelled Ellen during the Middle Ages and Helen was not regularly used until after the Renaissance.

c o m b o s

  • Helen Clementine Jo
  • Helen Clementine
  • Helen Lily
  • Helen Marigold
  • Helen Sunflower

n i c k n a m e (s) : Nell, Nelly

dec 24 2021 ∞
dec 26 2021 +

Joanne is from the Latin Iohanna which was derived from the Greek Ἰωάννα (Ioanna), the feminine form of Ioannes meaning "Yahweh is gracious".

Joanne would be honoring the many Jo- names in my family and myself.

c o m b o s

  • Joanne Birdie
  • Joanne Bluebird
  • Joanne Clementine
  • Joanne Lavender
  • Joanne Lily
  • Joanne Meadow
  • Joanne Summer
  • Joanne Truly

n i c k n a m e (s) : Jo, Annie

dec 26 2021 ∞
dec 26 2021 +

Laura is the feminine form of the Late Latin Laurus , meaning "laurel". In ancient Rome, the leaves of laurel trees were used to create victors' garlands. The name has been in use since the 13th century.

It also brings to mind Laura Ingalls Wilder and her Little House on the Prairie series of books.

c o m b o s

  • Laura Bergamot
  • Laura Betony
  • Laura Birdie
  • Laura Bluebird
  • Laura Clementine
  • Laura Elizabeth
  • Laura Honey
  • Laura Josephine
  • Laura Marigold
  • Laura Maxine
  • Laura Olive
  • Laura Sunday
  • Laura True

n i c k n a m e (s) :ㅤLola, Lu, Lulu

nov 1 2021 ∞
dec 26 2021 +

Marian is from the Latin form of Greek Μαρία (Maria), from Hebrew מִרְיָם (Miryam), which was most likely from an Egyptian name root myr meaning "beloved".

This name was used in the English legend Robin Hood for Maid Marian, Robin Hood's love.

c o m b o s

  • Marian Daisy
  • Marian Joy
  • Marian Meadow
  • Marian Primrose

n i c k n a m e (s) :ㅤMamie, Mimi, Ree

aug 21 2021 ∞
dec 26 2021 +

Harold is from the Old English name Hereweald , derived from the elements here "army" and weald "power, leader ruler".

c o m b o s

  • Harold Apollo
  • Harold Beorn
  • Harold Everest
  • Harold Rain
  • Harold Remy
  • Harold Somer
  • Harold Sonny
  • Harold Winter

n i c k n a m e (s) : Halley, Rollo, Holly, Hal, Harry

dec 26 2021 ∞
dec 26 2021 +

Francis is the English form of the Late Latin name Franciscus meaning "Frenchman", ultimately from the Germanic tribe of the Franks.

c o m b o s

  • Francis Cosmo
  • Francis Winter

n i c k n a m e (s) : Frankie, Fran

dec 26 2021 ∞
dec 26 2021 +

John is from the Greek Ἰωάννης (Ioannes) ultimately meaning "Yahweh is gracious".

c o m b o s

  • John Bryony
  • John

n i c k n a m e (s) : Jack

dec 26 2021 ∞
dec 26 2021 +