I'm sorry, but I guess I should have rephrased my question...

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  1. Syrusv37 profile image90
    Syrusv37posted 7 years ago

    I'm sorry, but I guess I should have rephrased my question...

    I recently posted a question on here asking if the names Kite and Kree sounded good together for a pair of twins (boy and girl). However, I should have asked if these names sound good as CHARACTERS IN A BOOK. Yes, in the book, Kite does get teased (actually its the teasing that gives him this nickname, his real name is Kaemon), so I don't want anyone thinking im a dad! Just let me know if these names sound good together for a STORY. Not in real life. Thanks.

  2. SantaCruz profile image69
    SantaCruzposted 7 years ago

    I like the name Kite. I'm not sure about pairing it with Kree. My reasoning: Kree sounds especially dissonant when paired with Kite. That's because when we think of a kite, we're primed to think of a tree -- not a Kree. It almost feels typo-ish.

    Maybe we could brainstorm some other names?

  3. ytsenoh profile image81
    ytsenohposted 7 years ago

    I think if you're going to use the name, Kree, maybe spell it Krie or Krea so it appears more obvious to the reader it's a girl's name.  I do like the name Kite and its implication.  I also think you should go with what sounds good for you, too, as the writer of their characters.

  4. smzclark profile image59
    smzclarkposted 7 years ago

    well, that's funny! i think you had most of us worried for a while there. fab and very original names for book characters; 'will make them stick in one's memory, 'remember that book with that guy called kite in it?'.

  5. duffsmom profile image61
    duffsmomposted 7 years ago

    Yes, for a story---good stuff.  I would use them especially since you have plans for Kite being teased.  I would use them.

  6. rajan jolly profile image93
    rajan jollyposted 7 years ago

    I think they sound good and appropriate for a boy & girl respectively, for a story. The names are a a bit uncommon esp Kree but I feel it would look better if Kree is changed to Krea.That appeals to me as more feminine.

  7. Cardisa profile image91
    Cardisaposted 7 years ago

    I believe that if I am writing and my instincts say go, then it's a go. Any names can be used as characters especially if you have a reason to name them that way. Kite and Kree are fine to me, but go with what your gut says, it's your story so you know the characters best.

  8. Matt in Jax profile image62
    Matt in Jaxposted 7 years ago

    I think the names would be fine for characters in a book. Kite is perhaps a little too symbolic. Perhaps something less obvious could work even better.

  9. NiaLee profile image60
    NiaLeeposted 7 years ago

    great names, sound good together and I look forward to reading you.


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