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[Opinions] WDYT of Ethan?
Would Emmaline Lily and Ethan James be a good sibset? Any good combo ideas? I really like James Ethan or Ethan James.
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Emmaline and Ethan are too cutesy and similar for siblings, imo (because they start with the same first initial). And all 4 names are way too overused and popular for my taste (esp. if using the nn Emma). Ethan is getting extremely popular and trendy right now. I know that doesn't bother you, but it shapes my personal opinion of the names. :b
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I really love Ethan, but it's too matchy with Emmaline (why not Emmeline?). Emmaline and James Ethan is much better.
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Its ok.
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LOVE Ethan. Absolutely love it.One of my all-time favorites. And paired with James, it's great! But only as Ethan James. :-)Emmaline is a little too fancy for Lily, Ethan, and James. I'm thinking something more like Emma, but that seems weird, given your name and how it would sound with Lily.I like Anna Lily or Anya Lily better... maybe Catherine Lily?
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nt.
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I think Ethan James sounds better. I am not crazy about Emmaline or Lily, but I dont see why the sibset cant work. I do not care for naming siblings with the same letter, but I know some times it just happens without trying for it.ETA: BTW, I love Ethan, and Ethan James is a great combo.

This message was edited by the author 8/26/2007, 3:10 PM

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Well I really like Ethan. I don't like alliteration in sibsets though, so I don't like it with Emmaline. I would prefer Ethan James and Lily Emmaline.
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Nice sibset! The only problem I have is that James is so filler. What about...Ethan Henry
Ethan Nicholas
Ethan David
Ethan Patrick
Ethan Thomas
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I like Ethan, it has a nice sound to it. However Emmaline and Ethan have no balance to me. On eis much longer. Maybe if Ethan's middle name was longer.Ethan Frederick or Ethan Edmund are the first that come to mind.
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I love Emmaline Lily. I like James Ethan better than Ethan James, but it is a good name either way.
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