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    Default Girl Name confusion

    Hi, I would like to use Hilda if we have another girl (not preg yet but ttc) as this was my Nana's name but had always thought it was good for Middle name but everything we come up with for 1st name im just not 100% happy with it as Hilda as Middle name & maybe thought having Hilda as 1st name. Any suggestions for 1st or Middle names but has to have Hilda as 1 or the other would be great . Im also looking for names that are out there but not heard very often.

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    Hilda Elizabeth
    Hilda Catherine
    Hilda Jacqueline
    Hilda Genevieve

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    Quote Originally Posted by nat11 View Post
    I think it needs to be a one or three syllable name depending on how many syllables are in your last name. Hilda Grace, Hilda Eve, Hilda Rose or Hilda Sophia etc. I love Hilda for a first name
    They sound so lovely . I like Hilda Rose (we had thought of that b4 we had DD but we Called her Pippa Rose (my mum is Rose).

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    Quote Originally Posted by nat11 View Post
    Pippa is lovely too. We're into the older names. We are using all family names for ours. Unfortunately some of them are very popular now! I never once looked at names before we had DS and was so annoyed to find out that both of them are top 10 names! (L.ucas M.ax). We're also ttc right now and will have Olivia Lauren for a girl and Jamie 'something' for a boy. Unfortunately between my cousins, SIL and I we have exhausted all the other nice boys family names. I got absolutely ripped to shreds for using 2 family names for the one kid. Oops. Other girls names I like are Lydia, Amelia, Emmerlyn (Emmy), Genevieve, Vivienne, Carolyn, Bethany (Beth).
    they are such lovely name.
    My son is Archie Lloyd (Lloyd is my DH's pops name). We started out using names that are in our family but if we have a boy next his middle name isnt of a family member its some1 that means something to both of us

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    Quote Originally Posted by nat11 View Post
    Pippa is lovely too. We're into the older names. We are using all family names for ours. Unfortunately some of them are very popular now! I never once looked at names before we had DS and was so annoyed to find out that both of them are top 10 names! (L.ucas M.ax). We're also ttc right now and will have Olivia Lauren for a girl and Jamie 'something' for a boy. Unfortunately between my cousins, SIL and I we have exhausted all the other nice boys family names. I got absolutely ripped to shreds for using 2 family names for the one kid. Oops. Other girls names I like are Lydia, Amelia, Emmerlyn (Emmy), Genevieve, Vivienne, Carolyn, Bethany (Beth).
    I like Emmerlyn and it goes well with Hilda but would depend on your surname

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    I love Hilda- I have an Aunty Hilda. I like 1 syllable middle names with Hilda- Hilda Grace is beautiful. You have lovely taste in names

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    Thank you . Yeah Im really liking Hilda Grace but also like Hilda May (both family names).

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    If your surname is two syllables, I like Hilda Marie. Dunno why, it's nice I think.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Goblin Queen View Post
    If your surname is two syllables, I like Hilda Marie. Dunno why, it's nice I think.
    Thats nice too...my sisters middle name is Marie & my mums 1st name is hyphend marie

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