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I LOVE the name Lawrence, and only that spelling, because of the nicknames Law and Lawry : ) So much better and more boyish than Lau or Laurie. Besides that, he's among some of my favorite Saints and...
February 25th, 2014, 09:46 PM
I think Declan Luke is the best choice, followed by Declan Lucas. Declan Thiago is clashing of ethnicities, in my opinion. But I'm glad you're picking Declan; it's my nephew's name and it fits him...
February 25th, 2014, 01:09 PM
I agree completely with what r_j said. Aside, don't worry about it; I know it may prove challenging, but don't : ) They're wonderful names, with wonderful histories behind them, and it would be shame...
I prefer Edmund by far, though Dare is such an awesome nickname for Edward that I almost picked it : ) And yes, I do think Teddy would work equally well for both Edmund and Edward, and all the other...
I actually think it's a beautiful name. I love the sound (even if it isn't particularly sensical), and to some parents it may be very meaningful. I would rather be named Nevaeh myself than many other...
February 19th, 2014, 10:38 PM
I get: - While I don't get:
Sophia - Sophie
Emma - Emily
Isobel - Isabella
And others that I can't fathom or are just "meh":
February 18th, 2014, 09:00 PM
Aurelia & Anthony
Bram & Blaise
Claire & Ciaran
Damian & Declan
Edmund & Elliot
Fleur & Fflur (fleer)
Gideon & Genevieve
Helene & Harry
Ignatius & Ia
Jude & Joseph
February 18th, 2014, 08:41 PM
She sounds like my neice; an independent spirit : ) Here are some names that I think are strong and sweet (and sorry for repeats!):
I prefer Lucas, because I hear Caleb too often. Both are nice names though, and I don't think you should let the similarity of you last name bother you. It's barely noticeable to me, until it becomes...
I thought (treeg-vay) at first, but then (trig-vuh). It's interesting, though I can't say that I particularly like it : ) I would assume it was foreign rather than made-up.
Oooh, I love old artists, so I draw what they were gifted enough to paint (thinking Michelangelo, Bouguereau, et cetera). Religious themes mainly, but occasionally I sketch simple cartoons or people....
Oh, I love the name Shepherd! What a shame : ( But I do like Oaken. It's not too out there, even if it isn't legit. You could always give him a mainstream middle (i.e. Joseph, Gabriel, William, et...
Grady Miller! Gray is becoming too common for my tastes; and I think Grady goes so well with Seth and Flynn : )
February 8th, 2014, 10:00 PM
I actually like it; then again, I have a weird wood-love (maybe because my father is a carpenter?). I like Oakley a tad more, though. And it is a strong name, especially with NN Oak : ) My only...
Awesome on a boy:
Hadley - sounds all boy; cowboy quality to me
Avery ^ the same
Neutral zone to me:
In the censuses, they spelt my great grandfathers name, Otto, as Auto. I thought it was pretty funny myself : )
I have to say Robin Joseph : ) Reminds me of Robin Hood (plus!) and Joseph balances the androgynous factor.
I love August Ransom! Ransom is such a perfect name, and August is just cool : )
Ideally, I like it more for a boy. But as you say, it does have a feminine sound. I'm not particularly inclined towards Vala, though. I think that Valor would fit both genders well : )
Congratulations! I'm really starting to like Ezeriah and Ezri : )
February 2nd, 2014, 11:08 PM
I am kind of sad that you say this actually, because to me being conservative and God-fearing are wonderful and beautiful things. Although I prefer to use the phrase God-loving, because most people...
In all earnestness, I do like the names Percy and Percival. But in real life, I do believe a little boy would not appreciate it; however much his parents might love it as a name. In my family at...
To come back here, I do believe the original poster had no intention of naming a child Demonic. The name in question is Ryatt, with Dominic being the comparison name. And (to the poster), I...
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