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    Fallon Dillon Griffin Dallon Connor Kellan...

    Fallon
    Dillon
    Griffin
    Dallon
    Connor
    Kellan
    Callan
    Maxmillian
    Maxwell
    Jeffrey
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    I'm in the UK, I've heard it for a girl a couple...

    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! :-)
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    How do you pronounce Ever?

    According to nameberry, this is a unisex name. How would you pronounce it (ee-ver, ehv-er) and what do you think of it?
  4. Thread: Harlow?

    by laoidh
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    Arlo is cute! Might put that on the list. I also...

    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.
  5. Thread: Harlow?

    by laoidh
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    Harlow?

    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?
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    Poll: I see it as unisex too. I've heard of it used for...

    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.
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    My good friend is Greek and is named Ioannis. He...

    My good friend is Greek and is named Ioannis. He pronounces YAN-iss. I think it can also be yo-AHN-iss though.
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    Tiberius means you could go with nn Ty, if you...

    Tiberius means you could go with nn Ty, if you wanted, which is common enough to blend in more.
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    Love some of these, so writing them down to think...

    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...
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    Love August and Jensen. Lochlan has possibilities...

    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...
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    Congratulations! I saw your pics in another forum...

    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
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    It's really popular here. :-( Other names I...

    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)...
  13. Thread: Teague?

    by laoidh
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    The original spelling (Tadhg) is pronounced more...

    The original spelling (Tadhg) is pronounced more like Tige, like the first syllable in tiger. Just FYI. I think if you really like it, don't worry too much about whether it goes with Ruby. I don't...
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    I like Rory, but it's my cousin's name. Wyatt and...

    I like Rory, but it's my cousin's name. Wyatt and Griffin are cute, I like them. Evan and Owen are common here and so is Shep....but as a dog's name. :-/ Thanks for the suggestions!
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    Need some inspiration....due in 7 weeks

    We don't know if this baby is a boy or girl, so we're making a shortlist of names for each. I have a couple girls' names I like (Willow/Willa, Genevieve, Lara), but I'm coming up short for boys'...
  16. Thread: Saoirse?

    by laoidh
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    Saoirse is pronounced 'SEER - sha'. It's...

    Saoirse is pronounced 'SEER - sha'. It's beautiful, though not intuitive for American spellers. I don't think that should be a deal breaker though.

    You should probably be aware that in Northern...
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    Beautiful names! The girls sound gorgeous,...

    Beautiful names! The girls sound gorgeous, congrats!
  18. Thread: WDYT of Iselle?

    by laoidh
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    I wondered how usable it would be too - it's so...

    I wondered how usable it would be too - it's so pretty! But if the storm does a lot of destruction, like Katrina, then it might not be usable for quite some time...

    I think it's izz-ELLE, but I'd...
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    The name is usually spelled Muirren and is...

    The name is usually spelled Muirren and is technically pronounced Mwir-enn. It's beautiful and on our list, but I worry about how it will translate in the States. (Our familyis half American and half...
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    I agree with Pam. I'm in Ireland and actually,...

    I agree with Pam. I'm in Ireland and actually, when spelled that way, in Irish, the linn ending makes it sound more like Ashling. Ashlin would be accepted, but not Az-lyn. So yeah, if you want the...
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    Thank you for these! I love Gia/Gianna! June,...

    Thank you for these! I love Gia/Gianna! June, Joni (really cute!), Ioanna and the Swedish Janna/Jannicke. I'm assuming the Swedish and Eastern European variants are pronounced with y sound? Like...
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    Feminine forms of John...

    DH and I agreed a long time ago that our next baby (if a boy) would have the middle name John (family name, all our kids have family middle names). We haven't yet decided what will happen if our next...
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    by laoidh
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    We named our children as individuals and didn't...

    We named our children as individuals and didn't worry about how they sounded together as long as they weren't rhyming. Our naming choices had more to do with what we loved at the time and our...
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    Thanks for the links renrose! I'm an American...

    Thanks for the links renrose! I'm an American living in Belfast and wouldn't have known where to look for that kind of info. :-) Also, you have my name as one of your fave combos and I rarely come...
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    I know an Elena Maeve (but spelled the Irish way,...

    I know an Elena Maeve (but spelled the Irish way, Méabh) in real life, but she's 20 months old. :-)
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