What do You think
Freddie Dafydd or Freddie Dafydd Leon - Which one do you like better or another name with Dafydd or Freddie as a middle.
Corey Edward or Corey Robert or Corey Robert Edward - Which one do you like best or any other middles for Corey (Not James) or any other first names for Robert, Edward or Robert Edward.
Kaleb - Any middle names for this one.
Shawn - Any first names for this
Stephen - Any first names for this
Sibling Amy-Louise & surname begins with K and ends in ER.
I like Dafydd as a MN a lot, if you have Welsh roots.
Freddie I don't like too much as a first name, sounds too much like a nickname.
Leon is a cool second middle name (or even first name) option.
Corey is okay. Not really my style, but decent.
Edward and Robert are both fine MN's, though I definitely prefer Edward.
Kaleb, I don't like at all. Caleb, however, is cool. A bit too popular for my taste, but still a cool name.
Shawn- It's okay. A bit boring, but okay.
Stephen- It's okay. A bit boring, but okay.
Stephen, Shawn, Edward & Robert I want as Middle names.
My grandad died in January this year and his name was David Fred. I'm not keen on David as a first name so changed it around. Do you think Freddie-Leon Dafydd or Leon-Dafydd Freddie would sound better. Or any other names that go well with them. - I'm not keen on Surnames too much although I do quite like Carter. - Also not keen on 60's & 70's names. - Also don't like too unique names you can't say.
I dunno why I like Kaleb I just think it's kinda different.
Is there any other names to Go with Kaleb/Caleb and Corey.
Yes I am welsh. - My nan (My grandad's wife) was born in Wales. Also my boyfriend is half Irish as his dad was born in Ireland.
I like Dafydd as a middle name. You won't get many people able to say it right outside of Wales unfortunately. You'll mostly get 'daf-id' instead of 'dav-eth'. (the 'th' like the start of the not thought)
This is why I thought of using it as a middle name as then most people wont know his middle name just as a D they wont actually know his name.
I know what you mean I'm worried about my boyfriend pronouncing it properly as he's irish & English. and me Welsh & English.
It's 'dav-eth' (th like 'the') though. :)
Originally Posted by kellymarie1992
I just looked it up and it's actually DAV-ith - emphasis on the DAV and ith as the. I kept thinking I was saying it wrong when you said about the eth. as I say as it as DAV-i-th. - I dont mean any of that horribly.