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Blending of Emily from Emily Elizabeth with Charlotte from Charlotte Rose

  1. Emicharlott
  2. Emicharlotte
  3. Emicharlo
  4. Emicharlot
  5. Emillotte
  6. Charlomily
  7. Charlily
  8. Emilarlotte
  9. Charemily
  10. Emilotte
  11. Emicharl
  12. Emarlotte
  13. Emichar
  14. Charily
  15. Charemil
  16. Charmily
  17. Charly Real Name ↗, Word ↗
  18. Charlemily
  19. Charloemily
  20. Chamily
  21. Charlottemily
  22. Charlemil
  23. Charemi
  24. Charloemil
  25. Charlotly
  26. Emilylotte
  27. Emicha
  28. Chaily
  29. Charlottly
  30. Chaemily
  31. Emotte
  32. Charlottemil
  33. Emiarlotte
  34. Charlemi
  35. Emiotte
  36. Emiharlotte
  37. Chaemil
  38. Charlottemi
  39. Emirlotte
  40. Charloemi
  41. Emitte
  42. Charem

Blending of Elizabeth from Emily Elizabeth with Rose from Charlotte Rose

  1. Elizabrose
  2. Rolizabeth
  3. Elizabro
  4. Elizaberose
  5. Rosebeth
  6. Elizabros
  7. Rosabeth
  8. Robeth
  9. Elizarose
  10. Elizabero
  11. Roseliza
  12. Roseth
  13. Elizabetse
  14. Roselizabeth
  15. Roselizabet
  16. Elizabethose
  17. Elizaro
  18. Elizaberos
  19. Elise Real Name ↗

About the Name Blender

What's your celebrity couple name? Want to honor two people with the same baby name? Combine two names into one with the Name Blender.

Like the Word Blender, the Name Blender enumerates all combinations of the names supplied. Each combination is then scored against a language score with additional edit distance component. Language models are statistical models that can determine how likely a string of characters is to occur in a given language. The language model helps the Name Blender identify the more natural combinations of the starter words that are likely easier to pronounce. The edit distance component rewards combinations that more closely match each of names supplied. Combinations below a certain threshold are discarded. The end result is a new, but plausible name that is both easy to read and pronounce.

The technical details: The Name Blender scores names by combining a language score with an edit distance score. The language score is created by using a language model with Kneser-Ney smoothing to model the probability character sequences (n-grams) of a string. The data comes from the Social Security Administration (SSA) list of popular baby names.

A name is considered "common" if it is given to at least 200 babies last year. A name that is not common is considered rare.


Love Unique Baby Names? Try our other Baby Name Apps, like the Unique Name Generator or or Alternate Spelling Suggester. The Baby Name Uniqueness Analyzer can let you know just how unusual that name is, and what the chances are an individual with that name is to encounter another person with the same name. The Baby Name Explorer lets you explore names based on gender ratio, substring, popularity, or the number of syllables. Finally, the Nickname Finder can help you find that perfect nick name.