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Baby Name Needed – Girl Name for Baby #3

A reader named Tiffany is expecting her third baby (gender unknown) in a couple of months. The boy name has been picked, but the girl name has been harder to come by. Here’s what she says:

We have two daughters, Vivian Grace and Margaret Anne. I like the first name Elise but struggle with a middle name for it ~ better to be brief, or do I go more dramatic?

We like Carmen, Veronica and Iris. I love Beatrix and Simone.

Because Elise is (visually) the shortest name in the group and has a unique rhythm, I think I would go for a middle that’s slightly more dramatic — something traditional like Grace and Anne, but with an added syllable or two. I might try Charlotte, Irene, Michelle, Naomi or Nicole. Of the names listed, I think Carmen could work.

As far as alternative first names go, out of the current favorites, I’m partial to Iris and Simone. (Vivian already has a V-name, Tiffany’s surname already starts with a B, and Carmen just doesn’t sound quite right to me as the sister of Vivian and Margaret.)

Most of the names Tiffany mentioned end with a consonant sound, so that’s what I focused on while brainstorming for other first name suggestions. Here are the results — consonant-endings on the left, the rest on the right:

Abigail
Amandine
Camille
Caroline
Clotilde
Elizabeth
Gabrielle
Isabel
Josephine
Judith
Katherine
Odette
Pauline
Rachel
Therese
Amelia
Bethany
Claudia
Cynthia
Dorothy
Elena
Fabiana
Hilary
Lydia
Natalie
Natasha
Ramona
Roxana
Susana
Tatiana

Do you think any of the above fit particularly well with Vivian and Margaret? What other names and/or advice would you offer to Tiffany?