Aaliyah-Aurora Jan and Belial (Daemon, Zamael, Hunter, Braxas)
Abby, Billie and Chella
Alice Nadine Rosaline
Annalise Maya (Danika)
Ariana Margaret Joy (Zavier, Violette)
Georgia Cary (Emily)
Jorjah Alexis (Maddison, Taylah)
Mana Taylor (Noah, Tobey)
Mishka Yvonne (Siena, Maksym)
Olivia Constance (Isaac)
Rahni Lee (Joelee, Jorja)
Ruth Jean (Hamish)
Thea Elsie (Lara)
Abel John (Brax)
Austin Solomon (Hunter, Taylah, Lachlan)
Dashiell Joseph “Dash”
Francis Michael Bert
George Augustus (Frederick)
Hamo Utoo (Shiba Utoo)
Leo Montgomery (Alex)
Reuben Wells (Henry)
Rupert (Hayden, Lachlan, Stuart)
Sebastian George (Ethan)
Toby Maurice (Ryan)
Tom Josko (Jack)
(Photo shows a native primrose – Goodenia lanata)
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I’m a bit disturbed by the top sib-set. Belial is a devil and daemon doesn’t seem great as a name. The names seem like they would be hard to wear.
Also while ae looks cool it doesn’t really fit pronounciation wise with these names (is it da-mon or day-mon? Zam-ayl or zam-al?) tricky. Aurora is lovely though.
I have seen children before with names inspired by the occult/demonology, but it’s the first time I’ve seen a sibset with the same theme – very rare, and probably controversial. I confess to finding the meaning of Belial a bit upsetting: “worthless”.
As far as I know, Daemon is DAY-mon (like the name Damon), and Zamael is zam-uh-el.
Dashiell Joseph is handsome (and reminds me of my nephew Dashiell Peter, age 5).
Others I find appealing: Lucy Helen and Mabel Elizabeth
Dashiell Peter is very handsome – is he called Dash too?
Nice to see Primrose in first place. Love Thea, George Augustus and Memphis (though this is the first boy Memphis I have heard).
I know what you mean (to me it seems more of a girl’s name, because Memphis was a queen), but Memphis is actually more common for boys, due to Elvis I guess.
The Elvis association makes Memphis much less attractive than the ancient Egyptian/feminine association to me.