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Bronson. I like the nn Bron or Brons 'bronz'
August 27th, 2015, 06:11 PM
I prefer Leighton. As the pp mentioned, Leighton Jude is androgynous but leaning toward masculine. On paper I'd assume Leighton was a boy since you made sure to pair Ryan with an undeniably female...
I love Wren Oliver!
At my college, your ID is your initials plus your year of admission. So, your son might be WOW33. This ID goes on all records, term papers, tests, your school email, and more....
Barnaby, Horace, Ambrose, Cornelius, Rudolph (male characters from Hello Dolly!)
Bryony, Aubry, Bryce, Cambrya, Bryn, Embry (Names containing -bry)
Very handsome! I'd assume the parents were science/engineering buffs. Because of Tesla I prefer the spelling, Nikola. The only issue I see is it being misheard as Nikolaus but that's not so terrible....
August 26th, 2015, 10:24 PM
Abrahamic religions are so ubiquitous in the US that it doesn't faze me when the non-religious have these names.
When it come to names from other belief systems, I do question why the parent...
I like Roxy. I've never been a fan of Roxanne or Roxanna so I'm fine with Roxy as a full name. Ending in -y is better than -ie. The -ie ending looks cutesy & nickname-y
Forester, Ranger, Sawyer, Feller, Trapper (woodsy occupations)
- I pronounce Rafferty just as it's spelled, 'raff-er-tee'
- Rafe is 'rayf'
- I prefer Quentin
- They sound fine for brothers
For that pronunciation, the spelling is Rafi. Rafi is a standalone...
Tobias, Byron, Maeby, Lucille (Arrested Development)
Slate Grey & Briar Bell
Harbor Wolf & Clover Coral
Opal Nova & Orchid Garnet
Crimson Noelle & Tempest Laurel
Lafonda, Laurita, Lazaro, Luis (Spanish names starting with L)
August 21st, 2015, 06:37 PM
I like it. As a kid I knew a Macsen (he should be mid 30s now). Everyone called him Macs
I prefer Stuart. You have the nn options of Stu, Art, Artie. Steward is OK but it's a word (caretaker, male flight attendant).
Clyde feels a bumpkin. I much prefer Clive
August 15th, 2015, 04:46 PM
Not sure I'm understanding but here goes:
I'm OK with gender-bending & unisex names when done equally but most people aren't equal. Most who claim to like unisex are really only talking about boy...
Totally unisex name for me but that's the more masculine spelling. I've mainly seen Peyton for boys & Payton for girls. Peyton Manning is the biggest association so I think most people would guess...
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