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April 12th, 2016, 09:54 PM
Dominic nn Nico
Samson nn Sammy
Xavier nn Zavy
George or Jordan nn Jory
I wouldn't do it because it would get on my own nerves.
March 28th, 2016, 08:09 PM
I like Camille Claire!
January 14th, 2016, 09:36 PM
I read a fantasy novel with a minor character named Faeran. I always thought that was awesome.
How about Alban? Same meaning (Alba=Scotland) but it has the benefit of also being a name on it's own, not just an adjective.
Otherwise, I second the suggested of finding a Scottish name that...
I don't understand what hyphenating middle names accomplishes, it certainly doesn't make it shorter and I just don't like the way it looks. I LOVE the name Gabriel, but I think Isaiah Benjamin Ford...
I like Ava, Lola, Gracie. Livi is very cute also. I would stay away from Tatum or Tilley, let her have something easier to bear.
I know it's already been suggested, but Rowan would collect all their initials and go pretty nicely with River. Roxana, Rosa, Rhiannon, Ramona, Oria, Orla, Eleanor, Norah, and Orla don't seem quite...
December 28th, 2015, 01:03 AM
I like the name, but it sounds VERY nicknamey, especially in light of the one syllable/alliteration thing. Sullivan is very long and complete in comparison. Those points might not bother you, and...
I like Waverly best from your list (both in general and with your last name), and Bellamy is a really good suggestion. Cassidy and Rafferty would also work well in your situation.
I like Layla and Maya.
Cutting it down to 20? ok.
I love Rose, Frances, and Eva!
Athan pronounced like Nathan without the n? Eh. Sounds like a nice name out of a pseudo-Scottish fantasy novel - not quite solid enough for real life.
I love Patrick, I don't think it gets nearly enough respect or attention!
I like Felicity better than Georgina, but like Georgiana (Pride and Prejudice!). Phillipa, Vivienne and Georgiana would probably get my vote if that were an option!
I see it and think pico de gallo, or Pico-Robertson (a street/neighborhood in LA). Rico or Nico are better, IMO. It might be a cute nickname for something like Patrick though.
I like it better than Marius, but I also prefer the spelling Brody.
Not at all. There is absolutely no danger of people thinking your kid is a girl with this name. The people who have said that are utterly clueless.
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