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I think Shem is very interesting as well! I can't recall ever hearing it outside of reference to Noah's son. I'm not sure if I like it, but I think it's interesting. It doesn't scream "Religious"...
I like them all. I think Frederic fits best with your other two style-wise, but they would all make a very nice sibset! I've always loved Ignatius.
Esther, Clara, and Luke
December 23rd, 2013, 12:13 PM
Though not my favorites, I hanen't seen Cody, Brady, or Percy mentioned yet. Could have been; didn't see them.
I know a Conrad, we call him "C-rad" or just Conrad. He's smart and funny and generally a pretty cool guy, so this name gets a thumbs up from me!
October 15th, 2013, 10:26 PM
Nope, not a dog's name at all - though if you want to name your dog Rex or Max or Steve, hey, free country. But it is by no means exclusively a dog's name. Perfectly acceptable for a human.
It makes me think of "Edgar suit" from MIB.
....Yeah, probably not a common association, but I'm not a fan.
I love the name Percival, nn Percy! It's so great! The only thing I ever worry about is that it sounds like "Purse-y", which may be troublesome for a boy, depending on the boy. Honestly, though,...
Lately, I find the name Dustin growing on me.
At first, I thought it was too dated and "cowboy-ish", but the cowboy-ish-ness is exactly what seems to be drawing me to it. Also, it seems to fit on...
April 30th, 2013, 10:56 PM
Maternal: Robert Dennis
Paternal: Leo Howard
April 19th, 2013, 11:43 PM
I've got to agree with the Ulysses suggestion - just perfect with your other children's gorgeous names!
Wolfgang Felix 'Wolfie'
Persephone Mila 'Posey'
Ulysses Oliver 'Uly/Uley'
I definitely love Jasper with Wyatt. They both have that classic Western feel and pair up very nicely. Maybe Jasper Levi would work for you both?
March 22nd, 2013, 09:46 PM
Asa is a great name! I can see the concern about not knowing how to pronounce it, but there are teasing possibilities with almost all names - a john is a toilet/bathroom, for instance!
March 7th, 2013, 02:23 PM
Those are all terrific names!
I particularly like Gideon (three syllables, like your daughters' and goes well with your daughters' names), Alfred (classic, fits well with Josephine and Eliza) and...
I love Rex and don't consider it a dog's name. And the dinosaur connection may make it cooler for a boy.
November 30th, 2012, 09:27 AM
My brother's name is Jason, but he's been Jay all his life. In fact, he strongly dislikes being called Jason because he is so firmly a Jay.
October 28th, 2012, 11:06 AM
The "Leah" pronunciation was my first thought, and before I opened the thread, I did think, "Could she mean 'Lee'? *hoping*".
But yes, that spelling seems far too feminine to...
October 10th, 2012, 10:55 AM
Favorite name is Ezra, and has been for awhile.
Like many others, can't stand the Aiden/Jayden/Caden rhymey names. My brother and his wife wanted to name their son Aiden a few years ago, but...
September 7th, 2012, 11:39 AM
Nerd alert: I think of Rogue Squadron from Star Wars.
But my second association is a man who has a reputation as a rascal or is defiant/a rebel. Not that that's necessarily bad..."charming"...
Ezra is also my #1 favorite boys name, so of course I love it. :) And Ezra James is a handsome combo!
I'm not Hungarian and it doesn't seem weird to me at all. I really like it actually! It's different without being "out there", and has the cool z letter and o ending. I may have to add it to my...
Ezra is my absolute favorite boys name of all time. And I've loved Jack for a long time as well, so obviously my pick is Ezra Jack.
But I don't think you can go wrong with Jackson Chief (such a...
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