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It's a family name for me (surname) and I was never very fond of it, but then I met someone outside my family with the name and I liked it a bit more and then SNL recently hired stand up comedian...
Let's bring this back! I searched "Queralt" after seeing Spain's Queralt Castellet in the women's halfpipe competition. How interesting! Other interesting names include an American Gus, Sage...
I want to echo the suggest of Julian, but also:
Colin (not a great meaning, but i love the name)
February 12th, 2014, 02:34 AM
Wow, I like your style a lot. I'm not sure I'll be able to capture your class and total un-trendiness.
February 3rd, 2014, 08:48 PM
Eamon and Jack are my two top names overall, so I think you've got some great names here. Others I think are a bit too trendy or "try-hard": Cooper, Tiago, Jago, Baxter. Lawson and Jasper are nice...
It isn't timeless, but there have been some cool Mayas from a variety of different generations. Both Maya Angelou and Maya Rudolph are strong role models. I think it's lovely, feminine, strong, and...
January 10th, 2014, 04:14 PM
These are FUN! Please choose Adrian! I've always loved it since I read Mary Shelley's The Last Man which is a terrible book, but the character Adrian is great. I love the great sounds, the nice...
Henry is great, but increasing in popularity. BUT! It has many amazing nicknames that are anything but generic. Harry and Hank are sweet and fresh in America.
I'll second Hugh and Theodore. I...
January 4th, 2014, 08:33 PM
What about Sophie or Sophia?
My sister's name is Bryn and it is so cool. It fits her and it's very pretty. I much prefer it to Brynleigh.
January 2nd, 2014, 03:05 PM
I have been meeting more Ephraims lately, so how about Ephraim? Seth, Justus, or Theon are some other ones I thought of.
Did anyone say Hugh? Or how about: Simon, Scott, Tom, Tim, Ted, or John.
I'm in America and I know several Julians. I think I know of 3. In the US, in 2011, it was ranked 49, so there are plenty of little American Julians running all over the place. I absolutely love...
January 2nd, 2014, 02:52 PM
What a great dilemma to have. Two names that are both fantastic that you both like! Luke and Lucas are both great. Luke is classic, biblical, with some great namesakes (Skywalker!). Lucas feels a...
December 16th, 2013, 06:45 PM
I love Jonas. Followed by Harrison.
I chose Eve. I love that spunky little one-syllable surprise! It feels unexpected and uncommon but still in.
I cannot see the name Mose without thinking about Dwight's crazy cousin Mose from The Office.
November 24th, 2013, 11:33 PM
I'm surprised Dexter won't work for you. Your husband can call him Dex, which seems really up his alley. Frankly, I would classify BOTH of your names as cowboy names and I see them as pretty...
November 20th, 2013, 12:30 AM
I am guessing that you mean Aubrey is the middle name. I think a strong classic first name goes well with Aubrey. John Aubrey comes to mind, but that's a little bit boring so how about:
November 14th, 2013, 12:19 AM
Absolutely not. Two of the men I respect the most are named Daniel. Both are very wise. Both are very mature, know their convictions, and are very compassionate. One of them is brilliant. I think...
I don't think it's "timeless" per se, but it classy. The nameberry graph has the first uses in 1957. It has never entered the top 200 though, so it is known but not common.
Using all family names is the exact opposite of tacky. It's classic and meaningful.
As a Californian, I would definitely spell that Jos. Jose is another name entirely. I know a few Josephines that go by Jojo, but I really prefer Josie. I mourn for JJ, because then you've lost the...
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