Offbeat -Y Boy Names
I am still searching for a perfect boy name. We do not know the gender yet but I feel like I have enough girl names. Boy names are harder for me this time around since I have 3 boys already (I've used all my favorite names). Lately, I been interested in names ending in -y. None of my boys have that name ending and it seems like it would fit nicely. I have come across some interesting names like Destry and Trilby, but neither is quite right. I also still really like the name Rusky although it got negative feedback on another post I had a few weeks ago. Negative feedback doesn't bother me at all so it is still in the running. Do any Berries have any interesting, offbeat -y names? As I have mentioned before, I do not like well-known names, trendy names, or anything yoonik/made up. It must be a real name, or a place name - bonus if it has a water reference or an aviation reference. Please inspire me!!! Thanks in advance.
Malachy - sounds awful with our surname, but really nice and historic.
Naphtali - an i rather than a y but the -ee sound not -eye.
I think Florin would fit nicely which we are considering for our son. Sadly no water reference but it does have a Princess Bride reference which is nice & offbeat.
Tormy (thunder spirit) and Ebbe (final syllable can be pronounced -uh or -ee, derived from Esbjorn = divine bear) are in my top 10.
I also like Loki and Somerled (which is pronounced like 'Sorley', believe it or not!).
Islay (an island outside of Scotland)
Adlay- prefer the original spelling of Adlai
Esry- prefer Esri
Desy- prefer Desi