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I think a good nickname for Harmony is Monet. Like, if you were to draw the name out in a sing-song voice or something, it would sound like "Har-Mon-Nay".
-- Anonymous User  7/19/2005
A very pretty name.
-- Anonymous User  9/4/2006
The HMS Harmony is a part of the Harry Potter fanverse. People who support the 'ship' (short for relationship) between main characters Harry and Hermione are said to "sail the HMS Harmony." The 'ship' got its name by combining the names Harry and Hermione, and also supports the "Harmony" that flows between them in the books.
-- Emmasj  4/5/2007
I must admit that I like this name a little bit, although I can picture a sappy family with two daughters, Melody and Harmony, in which all the members dress in an old-fashioned way and look like some cult members, and the daughters always sing über-happy sounds over the piano, which one of the parents plays. The name is much better than the soap opera-like name Melody, though.
-- slight night shiver  4/23/2008
Oh God, not another one of these. It sounds nice but I can't help thinking it sounds pretentious as a name.
-- somethingorother  6/4/2008
I'm really not sure about this name. On the one hand it's really beautiful and sweet and everything, but on the other hand it sounds really snobby and pretentious! Also, it's pretty hard to get a nickname for. So if you call your kid Harmony, it's stuck with that name, even if it hates it.
-- Sophannagh  7/20/2008
Harmony Korine, born January 4, 1973 is an American film director, producer, screenwriter, and author who wrote the screenplay Kids and directed the movies Gummo and Julien Donkey-Boy.
-- meowelers  9/13/2008
Harmony Kendall, who was played by Mercedes McNab, was a fictional character from the TV shows Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Angel. She was a snobby, vapid girl, and she was surprisingly a better person as a vampire.
-- DestructoGirl  6/30/2009
It's surprising how much positive feedback there is, and what little is negative everyone says it's "uppity". This happens to be my father's new girlfriend's name, and she's a stripper/aspiring self-help guru. But whenever my dad talks about her people always say "What's her real name?" or "She's a stripper?" What's more surprising is that she actually, legally changed her name to her stripper name. Classy.
-- Anonymous User  7/22/2010
I LOVE this name! It is very sweet sounding and lovely. I imagine a very graceful and darling girl :)
-- AwAriDoll  2/16/2012
The aforementioned director Harmony Korine is a notable male bearer of this name.
-- Anonymous User  6/30/2012
The Spanish form Armonía is used in Spain, though it is quite uncommon.
-- overtheclouds  11/17/2012
"Harmony" comes from the Greek "harmonia". Harmonia was the first Olympian goddess who married a mortal, Cadmos, king of Thebes. The other gods attended the wedding but decided to punish her for this misalliance. Thus Athena gave her as a present an ill-fated necklace forged by Hephaistos and because of it all her descent was cursed. The most famous victims of the curse of the Necklace of Harmonia are Oedipus and Antigone.
-- Moony  4/11/2013
Harmony sounds young and ditsy. Sure it may be cute on a baby but what happens when your baby grows up and wants to get a job and become a member of society? She'll probably go for a name change if she knows what's good for her.
-- citylights  8/30/2013
I am a musician so I love all names that originate from music. I don't find names like Harmony, Cadence, or Allegra tacky at all, because they have musical roots.
-- Icycoldhot  12/28/2013

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