Posts tagged Agnes

Baby name book- A is for Atticus

This book is by Lorilee Craker, Baby names from great books

These are the ones I liked.

Girls

Adela, Agnes, Alice, Antonia, Arabella,

Beatrice, Beatrix,Bedelia, Belle, Celia,

Clara,Clio, Clover,Daisy,Dorothy,

Echo, Edith,Esme, Eudora, Evangeline,

Flora,Frances,Freya,Gaia, Ginevra,

Grace,Greta, Guinevere, Hariet, Hazel,

Hermione, India, Iris, Isolde, Jane,

Jemima, Josephine, Kalliope, Katherine, Lillian,

Linnea,Lucy, Luna,Mabel, Margaret,

Matilda, Maud, Nina, Nora, Odessa,

Octavia, Ophelia, Orinthia, Pandora, Pearl,

Penelope, Pomona, Rose, Ruby, Shiloh,

Tabitha, Tallulah, Thea, Virginia, Violet,

Willa,Winnie, Zelda, Zola.

Boys

Arthur, Asher, Archer, Atticus,August,

Balthazar, Barnaby, Beckett, Bramwell, Dashiell,

Eliot, Emerson, Ezra, Evan, Franklin,

Fletcher, Gulliver, Heath, Henry, Homer,

Huckleberry, Humphrey, Iago, Jasper, Jay,

Jude, Julian, Malachi, Milo, Ned, Noah,

Orlando, Otto, Rupert, Sallinger, Tennyson,

Thatcher, Theodore, Titus.

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Georgina Combos (part 2)

Georgina Rose Tallulah

Georgina Eleanor Jane

Georgina Rose Amelie

Georgina Lucy Edith

Georgina Pomeline

Georgina Roselle

Georgina Zelah Beth

Georgina Lucy Zia

Georgina Albertine

Georgina Annabel

Georgina Agnes Rose

Georgina Kendall Jane

Georgina Karis Anne

Georgina Ruby Mildred

Georgina Moani

Georgina Ceto Rose

Georgina Edith

Georgina Eula Violet

Georgina Seraphine

Georgina Lily Sistine

Georgina Lucy Ellen

Georgina Iris Katherine

Georgina Ivy Agnes

Georgina Ivy Frances

Georgina Ruby Beatrice

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Cicely Combo’s

Cicely Aurelia Jane

Cicely Beatrice Hazel

Cicely Bathsheba

Cicely Ernestine

Cicely Elisabeth

Cicely Evangeline Jane

Cicely Josephine

Cicely Olive

Cicely Roselle

Cicely Mary Agnes

Cicely Magdalena

Cicely Minerva

Cicely Annabel

Cicely Florence

Cicely Henriette

Thoughts? Suggestions?

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Name for today- Nesta

NESTA

Gender: F
Origin: Welsh variation of AGNES

(nameberry)

AGNES

Gender: Feminine

Usage: English, German, Dutch, Scandinavian

Pronounced: AG-nəs (English), AHKH-nəs (Dutch) [key]

Latinized form of the Greek name ‘Αγνη (Hagne), derived from Greek ‘αγνος (hagnos) meaning “chaste”. Saint Agnes was a virgin martyred during the persecutions of the Roman emperor Diocletian. The name became associated with Latin agnus “lamb”, resulting in the saint’s frequent depiction with a lamb by her side. Due to her renown, the name became common in Christian Europe, being especially popular in England in the Middle Ages. (Behind the name)




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Winter combo’s

Winter Lucretia Ruby/ Winter Lucinda Ruby/Winter Lucia Ruby

Winter Frances Isolde

Winter Myrtle Pearl

Winter Elodie Maeve

Winter Charlotte Daisy

Winter Emme June

Winter Edith Maude

Winter Elspeth Poppy

Winter India Jane

Winter Ivy Agnes

What do you think 🙂 thanks for visiting 🙂

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Inspiration from family tree’s

Family tree’s can be a great resource for finding a name for your bundle of joy, also can be a way to connect the newest member of a whānau/family to their ancestors.

It may be interesting to see where you may have got your name from or how names have changed over time

In my family tree, there were an abundance of Henry’s I love Henry! I spotted two Agnes, a Raphael, and a Percy.

I also noticed a Mother and daughter Mary Faith & Sarah Faith an another side a father and son Henry James Knox and James Knox.

My Paternal Granddad’s middle name would make a nice alternative to William- Willoughby!

Tell me about yours 🙂

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