(While you're at it, can you tell me what you imagine when you see those names too, if you want to? Like, how do you picture someone with those names?)
I was playing this historical choose-your-own-adventure vampire game and my character met a really handsome and nice Confederacy soldier. His name was Silas Hope. How awesome is that? I just LOVE the name Silas. No matter how you say it, SIE-ləs, See-luhs, it sounds amazing.
James - Such a classy name. Timeless. Many great people are named James. James Cameron. James Potter. Other people.
Sirius - Yep, that's a guilty pleasure one. I really, really, really want to give this name to my (or someone else's) kid someday as James Sirius. I love Sirius Black. Such an awesome guy. It's also the name of a really bright star.
Alan - from Alan Turing. Gay man. Great scientist. Bad hair.
Masal - Mah-sahl. Turkish name. Female. Means tale.
Sterling - I know it's the name of a currency, but it's used. James Alan Sterling. How does that sound?
Maria/Mariah - Common name. But if I choose this, it'll only be Maria or Mariah, not Maria Rose, Maria Grace or something like that.
Celeste - Could be a sister to Silas. And the other sister would be Hope. Silas-Celeste-Hope.
I also like Polina, Augusta and Agatha.
Most Helpful Guy
I've always liked Isabelle or Isabella0
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I don't really think of a specific person for those names but that's what I associate them with:
James: an old snobby English man
Sirius: sirius black in hp
Alan: guy in two and a half men
Masal: sounds arabic
Sterling: sterling silver
Mariah: mariah carry
Celeste: reminds me of the nickname of the national Argentinan football team "Albicelestes"0