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October 1st, 2013, 11:17 AM
I'm looking for boy names that start with either "G" or "S" that are a little different/ not used often. I'm more struggling with "G" names than "S." I already have an idea of what I don't like/...
July 30th, 2013, 10:45 PM
Bram- I like the nickname better than Bertram, though Bertram isn't bad
I definitely like Reid the best.
July 30th, 2013, 10:01 PM
This makes me feel a lot better. I guess I need to stop worrying so much. For now we're not TTC but we enjoy researching names for future use.
I really didn't see all that much name teasing when...
July 30th, 2013, 08:17 PM
I don't know if it's just me, but I think I worry too much about teasing potential sometimes. I think it's always important to consider the fact when a name is connected to something especially...
I think Lev might be the way to go. It's short, easy to spell and pronounce, and has a similar meaning to Ari. Popularity is important to us, but not always a deciding factor, but the fact that it's...
I love the name Ari, I even have it in my signature, but I would say it's the most common name in our area for boys and we plan on staying here as long as possible and raising a family here when the...
What are your thoughts on Lev and Liev? I like the simple spelling of both names, but pronunciation wise we might run into some trouble with Liev. Husband and his family are Jewish and we live in an...
July 29th, 2013, 01:51 PM
Beatrice- Bea Arthur
Georgie-nn for a boy
Seraphine- I prefer Serephina
I like Alex. I have a coworker whose full name is just Alex. Apparently his mother was worried Alexander would be too difficult for him to spell, so they just went with Alex. I prefer Alexander, but...
I posted a question about this before but didn't get much feedback, so I thought I'd try again. I apologize if asking again isn't appropriate.
Husband and I really like surnames as first names...
Arlo is my vote and Solomon would be my second. The name Arlo is all boy to me.
I like your suggestions, but I'm more looking for surnames that do not end in "n" or son/man. Sorry I was unclear the first time. I wrote this very quickly before I had to run out.
My surname starts with P, ends with man, and is two syllables. We seem to be very drawn to first names that end in "n" and surnames as first names. I have been in love with the name Emerson for a boy...
July 27th, 2013, 01:03 PM
Our last name begins with a P, ends in man, and is two syllables. It's difficult to tell whether a lot of the first names I like go with our last name:
Emerson- I've loved this name for a boy for...
I can't find this name in regular or super search. I came across it today. How is it pronounced, what's the origin, and what's the meaning? Also I have a feeling the original spelling is with two...
I quite like Liam James. I was also thinking if you had any future children George or Georgia would work.
July 22nd, 2013, 11:16 PM
From my list:
Guilty Pleasure names:
Drina could work. I know it's more of a nn for Audrina, a variant of Audrey. I also know a few Audreys who get their name shortened to Audge, which is unflattering to me. Audrey doesn't need a nn in...
The name it self is a cool name, but my mind definitely went to the trials and The Crucible. It would be a definite deal-breaker for me, but if you like the name and won't mind the possible...
July 22nd, 2013, 09:32 PM
Never heard of it until now. It's nms and I don't really care for the meaning either, but I wouldn't say I hate it.
July 17th, 2013, 10:46 AM
Probably Abigail. I used to be friends with her, but she was pretty controlling and cruel.
I was an English major, so this may be the reason I've never heard of him until recently. I never had a biology class or science class where his name ever came up. Not opposed to a botanist...
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