Names for what?
Just clarified. Thanks.
Selah is my favorite girl name at the moment, but all of your kids names are precious!Selah Urban- BEAUTIFUL ;)
Your children have such nice names - it's hard to match! I think it should be "soft" though, with no hard sounds like T, R or K, just like the others. Maybe Ella or Molly or Sissela or Naomi?(Remember, I'm foreign, so I don't know what might sound old-fashioned)
Traditionally, in Africa, children are given names with meanings. For example, Faith, Hope, Precious, Dolly. Other ideas may be Malika (meaning Queen), Tisha (strong willed), Imena (dream).Good luck choosing a name!!
I like the names Brooke and Brooklyn :) Also like Christa, Paige, and Madison.
Are you using her African name as a middle name? In other words is there something we need to 'match'? I always go to 2 sources:http://www.ssa.gov/OACT/babynames/(use this to avoid getting a name that is too popular)http://www.babynames.com/Names/search.php(It allows searching by beginning or ending sounds)I'll think about it and let you know if I come up with anything.Jan
3 names come to me when I see your daughter from Africa- Lucy,Grace and Kendra. Kendra GraceLucy Grace
Ruth or Ruthie i saw a tee shirt the other day that said i love my baby ruth. it was the little brother and big sisters of the baby.
I love the name Faith
Charissa:The name Yenee (pronounced like Renee) is Ethiopian for "Mine". :-)The "Mine" certainly can (and does!) refer to the Lord, but can also show how you all recognize her as your's. :-)
We named our adopted daughter HANNAH....means " child of God " love this nameBarbara
If you actually want to look up African names and their meanings:http://www.behindthename.com/nmc/afr.phpI only looked through a few of them. But my favorites were "Adanna" - "Daddy's girl", and "Amara" - "grace".
Charissa, I think she looks like an Audrey :o) Audrey Urban...I think it sounds cute with Ava's name and all of the other kiddo's too :o)Take care, Michelle (RR)
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