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Girls names ending in e (or e sound)

Lately I have noticed a trend of girls names ending in e, these include the following examples in loose catergories and then some suggestions ;).

Nicknames: Millie, Maggie, Sadie, Bridie, Maisie, Jessie, Lexie, Georgie, Trixie, Connie, Evie, Frankie & Cadie.

Cultural: Amelie, Florence, Mackenzie, Maeve, Neave, Anneke. Magdalene, Eloise & Therese.

Middles: Jade, Hope, Grace, Rose, Anne, Paige, Marie, Jane, Mae, Louise, Hope & Faye.

Greek; Sophie, Phoebe, Zoe, Xanthe & Daphne.

Elle: Arielle, Noelle, Isabelle, Gabrielle, Michelle, Elle & Estelle.

Classics: Alice, Charlotte, Eve, Katherine, Helene, Caroline, Claire & Elise.

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Suggestions

Nicknames: Celie, Josie, Hettie, Winne, Bebe, Lettie, Hattie, Nonie, Lottie, Elsie, Nellie & Zadie.

Middles; Brooke, Jasmine, Bree, Jessamine, Rue, Celine, Simone, Emme, Collette & Natalie

Greek: Ariadne, Calliope, Evadne, Ianthe, Persephone, Violanthe, Hebe, Athene, Thisbe & Ione.

Elle- Brielle, Cybele, Reuelle, Brunelle, Joelle & Junelle.

Cultural: Aine, Coralie, Fabienne, Grainne, Saoirse, Seraphine, Simone, Mireille, Florette, Hanne & Elke.

Classics; Adele, Beatrice, Clementine, Esme, Isolde, Josephine, Lucille, Olive, Leonore & Hermione.

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Beatrix Pipi Lulubelle

CHRISTCHURCH PRESS BIRTHS APRIL

BOYS
Toby James

Luca Samuel- Nico & Joshua

Hamish Arthur- Emma, Jorja & Olivia

Conrad Reece- Chloe & Mikayla

Leo Henry Joseph- Flynn

Marcus Timothy- Darwin

Cormac Andrew Earl- Brylee & Jonty

Edward William- Tabitha

Felix Paul- Zara

Edwin Peter- Maxwell

Maks- Tomasz

Casey Stuart- Bronte (b)

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GIRLS
Brietta Grace- Nathan

 Pippa Catherine

Saffron Elizabeth

Trixie Mila Atarangi

May Amelia- Connie

Rosemary Helen- Grace

Ruby Madeline- Jasmine

Pippa Kate

Anneliese June- Francesca

Elsie Frances

Honor Victoria- Georgie

Ari Idalia- Kade

Alice Tula- Mia & Edie

Addison Caeara Jade- Portia-May & Lucas

Francesca Rose- Amelia

Beatrix Pipi Lulubelle

Saskia Belle

Ingrid Pippa- Amelia, Ruby & Evie

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Name for today-April 9

Conan

Conan is a boys name.

It is said KOH-nin.

It’s Irish meaning is high or small hound/wolf and its meaning in Middle English is to learn.

Sir Arthur Conan Doyle created Sherlock Holmes.

Variants/Nicknames:Konan, Con, Conant, Conn, Conney, Connie, Connor, Conor, Kinan.

Comments on Conan:

As of right now, this seems to be one of the only names my husband and I can agree on. We both rather like it. It’s not my favorite name, but it’s definitely grown on me and I’d love to use it sometime if we have another son. The “barbarian” and “O’Brien” references do not bother us at all.

The only problem I’ve encountered with this name is that no one else seems to be ‘head over heels’ for it. When asking around about the name pretty much all the responses were “I don’t like it, but I don’t hate it.” I think it’s a name that doesn’t jump out at you, but will grow on you in time.

— NiamhWitch 11/17/2007

Sources:

The Best Baby Name Book by Sue Nicholson.

http://www.behindthename.com/name/conan

http://www.behindthename.com/comment/search.php?terms=conan

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