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Thanks very much for the feedback folks, think we have to sacrifice the idea of Benjamin being a bit common to get that universal feel. Like you say, it is a classic and is not very common at all...
Thanks ash, nice to hear some positive feedback if that is the way we go! Pronunciation is not a massive issue, it just becomes ben-JA-meen, instead of Benjamin....very similar and just as nice...
Ok, after a lot of help from you nameberries, we have are search down to some details. We know what structure we want now...
We are going to go for a universal first name, that woudn't change...
Know a few Norwegian people and one of the names they used for their sons was Rasmus?
Yeah, we have been working away at this, but unfortunately most names change dramatically between the two languages and we would prefer to avoid that. We want a name my parents at home can pronounce...
Agreed jenna, but unfortunately, we know a coupld only two months further on than us, and they have claimed Gustavo as their own, haha, so it is off the table!
kalaway - very creative options, liked the French type ones but I think I need something a bit more neutral, Jonas is really nice, but quite popular where we live!
vc2013 - We are a religious...
Thanks guys, really helping us put a little list together, keep them coming if you can!!
Like Oliver, Oscar, Thomas, Thiago, William, Gabriel, Luca, Ezra, Ryan so far, but I think we are still...
Thanks for the response guys, appreciate it. Nice to hear some differenr perspectives
kisa - like Oliver and Rafael, although don't love either....would like to hear more of your ideas!
Hey folks, new member here struggling with a name for our firstborn.
We just found out on Friday that we will be having a boy, my wife is 5 months along now, and while we are delighted, we had so...
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