If you had kids what would you name them Anonymous 188183
Doesnt matter whether you actually want kids or not
Im thinking about tons of names currently..(girls only though)
Freya, Astrid, Alisa, Alice/Alicia, Breanah, Holly, Maya, Rhiannon, Katya/Katja, Evangeline, Janice, Norah, Ellie…
Ambrose. That's the only boy name I like.
Whatever badass Japanese or Korean (my father is half-half) girl's name I can find. I already got the most badass name a Japanese girl can have so probably something Korean.
Maybe it's because I don't want kids but I legitimately can't think of a single name I would want to give my children.
I have a lot of name ideas for OCs though
As a Korean anon, Taegyeong (태경) is the first name that comes to mind. The name Taegyeong seen as a very badass name for a girl.
<3 amby, that precious bb shrimp!
It took months to grind my partner down to the point he'd agree to naming our daughter Lillian, after my great grandmother. He wanted either Aisling or Rosalind, after Rosalind Franklin. If we can have another child, I want either Elise or James, while he wants either Morgan or Murdoch.
Lillian sounds like a name tranny would choise for himself
please dont name your child Murdoch
If I had a girl I would name her Olga I think it's a pretty name. If it was a boy I would beat it with a rock until it died.
You are utterly broken if that's the first thing that comes to mind.
I like long names that have easy, cute nicknames. I could call my kid by endearing short versions but they could still go by the long version if they wanted to come off as more professional when they get older.
Examples include Josephine/Josie, Judith/Judy, Matthew/Matt, Thomas/Tom, Nathaniel/Nate. Other names I like that don't fit that rule include Marcie, Holly, Jesse and Moira/Myra.
Realistically I'd never have kids, though.>>188346
Kek I genuinely really like Shayna or Shayla as a name but I could never name anything that because of the associations
Artemis for a daughter
The first time I heard it I thought it was another variation of Artyom which is a boys name but apparently Artemis could be named for a girl too
I love classic names , maybe Penelope and call her Penny, Clementine, Charlotte. I like Charles for a boy, Casper and Wilbur are also cute. My guinea pigs are named Ethel and Mabel
my top 3 girls names are evelyn, charlotte or penelope. i like the nicknames evie, charlie and penny.
ive never really been obsessed with any names for boys. the only ones i can think of that i kind of like are levi, noah or bentley
For a girl, I would do Genesis (gen for short,) Alice, Gemma, or maybe Erica. For a boy, maybe River.
Deathsmash and Deathfist
Man, I always have all sorts of cool baby names pop up in my head at random times except for when needed. Anyways I have always liked girl names that end with the 'dee' sound ie Brandy, Judy, Cindy, Wendy, Mindy
Plondris, Blendafern, Timotrestle, Glendisthrill, Brath, Yenstrendel, Parthesis, Moodgraft, Memphidae, Filly, Fendwend, Gwentistest, Ambyltha, Gemtryst, Pond, Trill, Gendrum, Kampf, Metrosis, Derblin, Gerdlin, Trontsticle, Nestmin, Munprince
This is so beautiful anon, I too love greek/goddess names for a daughter. One of my names is Athena. Artemis is a gorgeous name too, I love unique but actual pretty names.
I'm latina but most of my names are anglo based/inspired I really don't like spanish/portuguese names. My name/surname are italian tho, I think names like Bianca, Giulia and Sara are pretty.
Male names, my absolute favorite (and only male name I really like) is Marvin. I've liked that name since I was six in 2003 and I don't know why, I just do! I found out its meaning is like sea friend and made me like it even more since I love the ocean, mermaid aesthetics and I surf/swim kek
I think I'd like to have boy/girl twins and name them Marvin and Marina to keep the sea theme
If I have a daughter I'd like to name her after one of my grandmothers or mother, but my husband doesn't like that idea.
He is Japanese so we want names that work in English and Japanese.
For a girl I like Hillary/Hirari.
For a boy my husband likes Ken. I like Noah. I don't like names that are nicknames so a lot of boys options are meh to me.
If I had a daughter I'd name her after my mom. Almost all of the women in my family going back to as far as we can find written records have one of two names, firstborn girls would be named after their grandmothers, so the same names would keep getting used every other generation. My mom received a modernized/anglicized version of her grandmother's name, & I broke the pattern as my first name is something totally different (but I share a middle name with my grandma.) I think it's a cute tradition and would like to keep the pattern going.
I have no idea about what I'd name a son, I don't really like any boys' names
For works that work in both japanese and english you have: Wren/Ren, Kira, Tori, Naomi, Rika, Mina, May/Mei, Ray/Rei, Hanna/Hana, Erika, Amy/Ami.
Anon, where do troons get their fake names from again?
For a girl, I like Aleena, Gillian, and Ramona
For a boy, I like Jack, Thomas, and Virgil
For girls I like Loujain, Selma and Sakiba. For boys- Younes, Taha and Seraj. I have others but I always forget.
maria or magdalene or both.
Tulip, Lorrie, Delaney
Graham, Toby, Otto, Theo/Teddy
I think Moska is so pretty for a girl. I'd name my daughter that, no question! Also (Ame-)Lita, Natalia, Annika and Gaia are very nice imo. Honestly there are barely any men's names I find nice, I would probably name my son after my grandfather if I ever have one.
For girls: Hope, Silence, Mercy,
For boys: If-Christ-had-not-died-for-thee-thou-hadst-been-damned, Fear-God
it depends on the ethnicity of the father/my husband. the only certainty is that the baby’s middle name will be my mother’s first name if she’s a girl
Lmao sp you’re raising a deaf french family gotcha sis
It's my dream but my country is quite old fashioned with names. Every cool sounding name in english if it has its equivalent in Polish they all. sound. like. shit. Like for old people/villagers names. Even though Aurora is a legit name if you have a rare name (not even talking about Ashleieghs and stuff, this doesn't happen) even such as Cassandra or any of the likes you will not be taken seriously.
More realistic: maybe Diana. All other names I hate or even if they were nice a shit person with it ruined it for me. I like only other name in Polish and it's taken by me LMAO.
For a boy: Felix or Sebastian. The latter has a bad stereotype in Polish and the former is too rare though. I also like Charlie but no equivalent in my language.
I actually have a top 10 list
Unique-ish names like this always make me think of troons sadly… especially>Finn (le quirky enby)>Vincent (TiF who strains her voice to sound male and makes misogynist jokes to try to seem more like a man)>Aurora/Eden/Ivy (TiM programmer who posts about being a catgirl on twitter)
nta but nooo these are just normal names, we can't let troons have everything
The very definition of rent-free. Get help.>>192554
Based and Puritan-Pilled.
Any name could be a tranny name at this point. What do you want me to do? Name my son Robert?
Catherine Elizabeth ("Katie Bit")
Madeline Rose ("Rosie")
Alexandra Jeanette ("Alix")
Jonathan Richard ("JR")
Samuel Timothy ("Sam")
Nicholas Harold ("Nick")
Those names sound super british
I just like "traditional sounding" names. All the middle names are from grandparents, too
*grandparents and great-grandparents
Moreso the nicknames on the girls I think. Not the fact they’re traditional.
I'm probably showing my personality with these names kek
Just a unisex list
Names I like:
-Loup (French meaning 'wolf')
Normal names I like:
-Guadalupe, nn Lupe or Lupita
Multi-barreled names (as in their first name, or their middle name, but not both. Some of these have actually been used)
-Thunder in the Mojave
-Mist on the Mountains
Christ, how pathetic. Trannies are mentally ill, but you're right on their heels constantly associating everything they try to take from women with them. If your first reaction to a fucking WOMAN's name is "I bet trannies have been here" then you are in deep, deep need of help. Seriously, it's not healthy to constantly, and so deeply, associate everyday parts of life with them.
I would want to name a son Diego, and if I had a girl Angela.
Lol i thought the names ftm choose are along the lines of Elliot, Oliver, Milo, Ash, etc
And I see a lot of mtf called Alice for some reason.
I really like names that sound kind of classical or just a teensy bit old fashioned. I also tend to like a lot of biblical names
no boy names i would abort it
I forget the wife's name
thank you anons for naming the next 60 generations of my sims kek>>207239
>>206887>hey! my name's Coyote! and this is my sister, Antarctica
Please don't ever have children
ayrt idk I think Coyote and Antarctica both sound like names. Maybe I spend too much time around hippies. But it's a good sibset idea, so thanks for the rec!
idk i just want to give one of my kids the middle name chrysanthemum
I like the names Edith.. Anya.. Bianca (seems to be popular here too)
If I have a boy God Forbid I like the name Jonah, but my childhood friend recently had a baby with that name. Maybe, my kid would be more powerful and claim the Jonah Name. But, Jonah Prime is already older than my hypothetical Jonah… That being said, a photo was recently posted of Jonah Prime and he was pushing a pink stroller with a baby girl doll in it so perhaps he is One of Those and therefore weaker.
The moid wants to name our future child after his father figure, Tommy. Tommy Junior. What an awful name. I will not let this unconceived child leave the womb unscathed
I know so many mtf called Alice and Bunny on fb…. They seem to love Amy Rose from Sonic for some reason
girl: malin, leela, femke, liv, evi
boy: i would abort but i like the name nathanael
Girl: Henrietta, Rico, Lucy, Mary
Boy: Jordan, Henry
Clementine, Jeanne, Quinn, Emily, Rosetta
Adrian, Lucas, Tristan, Remy, John
Hailey, Shannon, Claire
Matthew, Gavin, Jonah
I love the name Leslie, but ONLY on a male. On a girl I think it's super lame but on a boy it's perfection.
I also love the name Barnabas, but in the 21st century, I'd probably only choose it as a middle name, especially considering the most popular nickname would be "Barney".
Other boy names I like are Westley, Jessie, Barry. You may notice a theme.
Girl names I like are Esther, Taylor, Margot, Margaret, and others that don't end in a or y. I don't really know why but that's just how I feel. They sound more interesting to me.
mary-elizibeth, madeline, or quinn. If i became pregnant with a scrote I would abort that thing so quick.
Gia, Clarabelle, and Bernard are names I really like.
Snickerdoodle and Camelot
Jeebus. Just remember that yer kids will be adults someday. In a few decades there are going to be 50 & 60 year old women with cringey kiddie names like Haylie & Kaylie. Hazel Elizabeth and Kathrynn Elizabeth would have made everyone happy. Unique spellings are a lifelong PITA too. Don't saddle your kid with that either.
I agree with your post but it made me kek because my grandma is called Hailey and I can't imagine it as anything but an old lady name now
I want to adopt, so they'd arrive pre-named. I would like to hyphenate my surname onto theirs, but only if the child was comfortable with it maybe a year or two after adoption (I would only adopt a child who is 8 or older).