QUOTE(Windsor @ Mar 28 2013, 12:21 PM)
Ok, just kept the ones I love. I'm not into anything too weird, different spellings...
Me neither & popularity has never bothered me - as you will probably have guessed from my oh so original kids' names. Names are so personal so please treat this with a huge pinch of salt. Here's my two cents all the same:
Alexa - Like
Amity - Nope - reminds me of Amityville horror films.
Alivia - Nope - agree that it looks like a creative attempt at Olivia
Aliana - OK
Amber - Love
Arabella - Love
Ayla - OK
Aleah - Not so much - risks rhyming with Mahlia.
Aubrey - In my world this is a boys' name - prefer Audrey.
Bronte - Love
Courtney - OK
Elexa - Agree it looks like a creative attempt at Alexa
Laura - Nice but a lot plainer than your other choices
Layla/Leilah - I used to love this name but it's possibly a bit 80s.
Leilani - Not sure how you'd pronounce it.
LIllian - Not my taste (I had a mean Aunty Lillian)
Lilliana - Like
Livana - Not my taste - reminds me of a trashy vampire name.
Lyla - Love
Naura - Not my taste.
Peyton - Not my taste
Samara - Not my taste
Sienna - Like
Tamsin - Like
Xanthe - Liking and it's growing on me the more I say it.
Xyla - Nope - She'll be called Xylophone at school
Zoey - Not my taste
Alexei - I prefer Alexander as I immediately think of Alexei Sayle.
Emerson - Love - also love it for a girl.
Emmett - Like
Euan - Not my taste
Kallan - Like but prefer Caelen or Kaelen.
Lincoln ?? - Like
Presten - I'm from a town called Preston in the North of England. If you'd ever been there you wouldn't be considering this!
Rhys - Love
Seth - Love
Talon - No - it's a bird's claw.
Riley (to pop?) - Love