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DH doesn't like nicknames so Ari would be his name. Except DH now really doesn't like it so I guess I just have to learn to love Torin. I don't hate it, but I just don't love it.
Our baby boy is 11 days old and my husband and i can't agree on a name. We had it narrowed down to two: Ari or Torin. But since we can't agree, I'm wondering if we should just start looking again....
Jensen, Dexter, or River!
Poll: Opinions on these three!
My baby boy is 6 days old and DH and I can't agree on a name. He loves Torin and I love Ari and Asher equally. I love Ari, but we're not Jewish. I'm wondering how much that might matter? I also love...
Thank you, those are a good start. Oliver is quite popular here, though I love the meaning.
Names I like, which is hard because I don't seem to like anything right now:
DH and i have scrapped our list and are starting over. We need name ideas for our baby boy born 2 days ago. We like unusual names with positive meanings...any ideas or suggestions? ?
Talked to the husband and he's gone off it completely. He may reconsider, but for now we're starting over. And we're completely stuck.
Thank you! Alastair and Arden were also on the list, as was Sawyer, but DH chose Sayer over Sawyer and nixed the other two. He doesn't like nicknames, so we'd likely use Ari as a complete name if we...
My husband and i both fell in love with the name Ari, but now that he's here, my husband isn't sure if people will think we're saying Harry. (We pronounce Ari with a long A, like aw-ree, but our...
The name Faolán not pronounced Fallon, it's pronounced fay-lawn. The name Fáelán is the same name, but a much older spelling dating back much further. It's very much a boys' name in Ireland, though...
Thanks for the replies! I think I'll put it on the list anyway. I'm torn between the ay-ven pronounciation or av-in.
I recently came across Aven. Opinions seem to be mixed on whether it's masculine or feminine. I can't decide. How would you pronounce it? Opinions? Suggestions for similar names (we like unusual...
I'm in the UK, I've heard it for a girl a couple of times, but I'm thinking it might be so uncommon I could get away with it for a boy. I like it better for a boy! :-)
According to nameberry, this is a unisex name. How would you pronounce it (ee-ver, ehv-er) and what do you think of it?
Arlo is cute! Might put that on the list. I also thought of Marlow, but I'm not as keen on that. Also our surname starts with M.
Is Harlow exclusively a girls' name? I was thinking about it and I like it for a boy, but not if it's primarily for girls! What are some similar names for boys?
I see it as unisex too. I've heard of it used for both, but I've met a couple boy Wrens and no girls with the name.
My good friend is Greek and is named Ioannis. He pronounces YAN-iss. I think it can also be yo-AHN-iss though.
July 2nd, 2015, 06:26 AM
Tiberius means you could go with nn Ty, if you wanted, which is common enough to blend in more.
July 2nd, 2015, 06:24 AM
Love some of these, so writing them down to think on further. DH is so picky it's good to have a big list...of course, he hasn't offered any suggestions of his own yet. Sigh.
I definitely think...
July 1st, 2015, 09:52 AM
Love August and Jensen. Lochlan has possibilities too. Jameson is a popular brand of whiskey here, so probably won't go for that even though I love it! Rowan was on my list but DH hates it (we can't...
Congratulations! I saw your pics in another forum we're in together (Positive Birth), only put it together cause his name caught my attention - it's lovely! I'm in Belfast. x
July 1st, 2015, 06:06 AM
It's really popular here. :-(
Other names I like but am not sure of:
Arden (for a boy)
Archer (not keen on nn Archie though)
Ciaran (DH hates it)
Cillian (DH hates it)
Jonah (DH hates it)...
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