Phx Name That Baby...Win a Prize...AND THE WINNER IS...

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  1. Jedi_Wench Jedi Master

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    That's right folks, this is your once-in-a-lifetime chance to help name a baby girl. Owing to the fact that I was convinced this child was a boy, I am having to start all over with names for a girl and I'm curious to know what names you all can come up with. They can be of Star Wars reference, names that you particularly like, or whatever.

    There is a high degree of probability that my husband will be trying to sneak a Lord of the Rings name in there somewhere, so if you want to add one that's cool too.

    Make them as funny, crazy, or beautiful as you like and have fun! Who knows, you may be the one to name the next addition to the ranks of Wench-hood.

    One note the baby's last name will be Whiting so keep that in mind too.
  2. Idiots Array Jedi Grand Master

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    I still say you should name her Ysanne Isard Whiting. Good strong Imperial name. ;)
  3. -Master- Jedi Master

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  4. jada_marnew Jedi Grand Master

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    Winter Whiting . . . I like that one!

    Winter Raine Whiting
    Winter Orne Whiting aka WOW (Orne is a family name for me)
    Winter Void Whiting - kind of catchy! [face_laugh]
    Winter Kreleia Whiting (out of respect for the queen)

    Winter Marnew Whiting - oh, I like that one!


    WAIT! The name to top them all!!!!!!!

    WINTER WENCHIE WHITING!!!!




    Jada is a good name too! ;)
  5. Commander_Choad Jedi Master

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  6. Princess_Skywalker_ Jedi Youngling

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    I've always been partial to Aurora (from Disney's Sleeping Beauty). Course if that's too goody goody, you could go the other way and name her Maleficent. ;)

    Or perhaps Buffy or Faith... :p Just to let people know ahead of time that she is going to be in charge. ;)
  7. MJ_Keehan_Sundve Jedi Master

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  8. Jedi_Knight_Birr Retired RSA

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  9. jada_marnew Jedi Grand Master

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    Moira

    Did you know that means bitter?
  10. Lord_Reaper Jedi Knight

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    I've alwasy like Alejandra... the j sounds like -H-... some spelling editing may be neccessary to americanize it.
    Natasha has always been a good one also... Quite pretty, and can be shortened easily and not easy to make fun of for shcool purposes.
    Aelwen is quite pretty... means fair bow.
    Reminds me of Jade - beautiful semi-precious material.
    Bailee... sounds tasty!
    Nicole, after my sister.... But again, depends what kinda middle name you're gonna throw in there!
    Chi or Chii .... one of my favorites, but it's hard to have a one sylable name without a good middle name to back it up. Besides, it'd be made fun of A LOT!
    Casmir, or Kasmir... Zepplin rules!
    Cheyenne to keep on with the "C" name catagory.
    Nuria... Means God's fire... like her hair no doubt.

    Kali or Kalli... Meaning Dark Goddess.. bring her to the empire proper with a name like that!
    Layla - Clapton Rocks!!
    Katrina, just sounds good.
    Gabrielle.. Strength of God.. Sure, it's got lesbian overtones from Xena, but what's wrong with that??
    Savanna, Yah... so what if it means open plain... it's a really pretty name!
    Kaitlyn, meaning little darling...
    and I guess I'll stop here... I had fun thinking of names that I've heard.. Hope I've been a help.



    You're current daughter is a cutiepie, by the way!
    I know this one will be just as wonderful!
  11. Jedi_Knight_Birr Retired RSA

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    nope i didnt know that about moira. i just like the name. i will list more later.
  12. ToastyMcGrath Jedi Knight

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    Name her Toasty! Wait... female.... Toastetta!
  13. PtrsonsZOO Force Ghost

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    Lillian (or Lily, I just think that the former has a regal tone to it, and we know she will be worshipped ;) )

    Or you could take the alliteration route and go for something like Malinda (or any other derivation) or Madison

    I've always found Briana and Meridith to be pretty names as well (with great nickname options).

    Winter might be nice, but it leads to thoughts of snow, and w/ your surname that could be a cruel twist once they reach school age (and everyone should think of those things when naming their children... Fortunately my parents did, or my middle name would have been Anne [face_plain] ).

    I'lll think about it some more... After all, w/ the sheer volume of character creating I do when writing, I have more name combinations than you can shake a gimer at ;)
  14. Jedi_Wench Jedi Master

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    OOOH! You guys have some great ideas! Keep 'em coming!

    Reaper, I'm truly impressed and I've taken a fancy to one of your names in particular...but I'm not saying which until I've exhausted the possibilities.

    You guys rock!

    My hubby is totally ga-ga for some of the LOTR female names. He really likes Arwen and Eowyn. I think I like Eowyn's name better. I'm not sure.

    Justin and I have always been into unique names because the two of us have very common ones and we want our children to have strong names they can be proud of.

    Makay is actually named after a man and many people find her name unusual, but so far no one has hated it yet so that's a good sign.

    I also like IA's suggestion too. I don't know if Justin will go for it though, we'll have to see.
  15. KnightWriter Administrator Emeritus

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    I've always liked Claire, Katherine, Helen, and Elizabeth, among others.
  16. Idiots Array Jedi Grand Master

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    I agree with Jada, just drop all pretenses and name her Wench. Wench Whiting, or Jedi Wench Whiting. ;)

    Speaking of Buffy-inspired names I've always liked the name Anya, which I believe means grace or gracious.

    Or you know, the world can never have enough Rachels. :p
  17. chickey Jedi Knight

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  18. Imperial_Birrer Jedi Master

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  19. Princess_Skywalker_ Jedi Youngling

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    Ooh I love the names lily and lilian and claire. Very elegant and old fashioned.

    More names:
    Emma
    Ashley
    Megan
    Lauren
    Sydney
    Kendra
    Belinda
    Marianne
    Bridget
    Carolyn
    Olivia
    Marian
    Lana
    Lynn
    Natalie
    Madeline
    Esmerelda
    Asmerelda
    or how about Bob? or Fred? Not many girls named that. :p

    And I've always liked Vivian and Gene (from two of my favorite old movie actresses...Vivian Leigh & Gene Tierney)

    wow a lotr and baby names site. :p this is for you wenchy ;)
    lotr and baby names

    EDIT:
    BTW Wenchy, when is the little bundle of joy due to arrive??
  20. Obey Wann Former RMFF CR & SW Region RSA

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    I wanted to go with Eowyn or Arwen, but the Mrs didn't like it. So we went with Kyla.

    Good luck deciding. :)
  21. jada_marnew Jedi Grand Master

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    I'd recommend Sarai but IF I ever have another child and it happens to be a girl that will be her name.

    Let's see, when is she due? My friend's mother named her Libra because that was the month she was born.

    That would have made mine November. November Marnew [face_laugh]
  22. Kirana_T Jedi Master

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  23. Armenian_Jedi Force Ghost

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    Monica, Rachel and Phoebe are all good names. (Friends is my favorite show)

    Samantha is good. But for some reason I like the name Sam on a girl. i don't know why.

    Angelica is a good evil name. At least it is for me. (Growing up watching Rugrats)

    Mia and Fabienne are good. (Pulp Fiction)

    Jackie is good too. (Jackie Brown)

    That's all I can think of right now.
  24. jada_marnew Jedi Grand Master

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    HOPE f English
    Pronounced: HOP
    Means simply "hope" from the English word. This name was first commonly used by the Puritans.
  25. PtrsonsZOO Force Ghost

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    Danann, Delaney, Fiona, Maura, and Siobhan are great Irish names to go w/ a red-headed, rosey cheeked beauty (And Brianna goes in this category too - Did you know it meant Powerful?). ;)

    Some other ideas:

    Alaura
    Alyssa (my niece's name BTW - also from Krull)
    Annabelle
    Aubrey
    Bethany
    Blythe
    Cassidy
    Dakota
    Devin/Devon/Devan
    Eden
    Elysia
    Fallon
    Genevieve
    Kelsey
    Kevyn
    Laurinda
    Lillian
    Lily
    Madison
    Mikaila
    Natalia
    Savannah
    Sheridan (could be Sheri or Dani for a nickname)
    Sydney


    Need anymore? I have lots of books :) ;)


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