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Wow - what a grouping of fantastic names! Seriously, it was wonderful just reading through that list!
I'd be careful about...
I really like it! Nice unusual spelling option. Every pronunciation that's been mentioned in this thread sounds good. When I first saw Braham, I pronounce it Bram - just like Graham but with a B...
August 30th, 2013, 05:15 PM
Thanks for the suggestions, Kyemsma! I especially like Eli and Milo! I'm adding those to my list.
In fact, I kind of like the combo Jay Milo now. :)
August 30th, 2013, 11:39 AM
I've always been a sucker for outlandish and obscure names... but I'd like to start building an 'In Case I Become Timid' list of more usable and traditional options. I was watching the Great Gatsby...
August 30th, 2013, 11:22 AM
Great combo! And Julian would fit in very well with his brothers' names too.
Jules is an adorable nickname. :)
August 24th, 2013, 07:37 AM
Calixto is a name used in Spain and it works well with Joaquin. :)
I quite like both names! Ended up picking Valentino because it's closest to my preferred version: Valentine. Plus silver screen legend Rudolph Valentino gives it a sort of mysterious and seductive...
Marabeth (Feel free to laugh, but I actually really like this one.)
Hieronymus and Montgomery
Sacheverell and Christopher
I like them both but voted for Frederick because I like the nickname Freddie. Really though, it depends on the middle and last name.
August Leander James is a great name. I'm a bit partial to Leander August James myself, just because Leander James sounds really good. (Side note: Innes is a fantastic name as well! I really envy...
Tate and Maisy would be ridiculously cute! But I'm not sure how she would feel about being a 38-year-old Maisy one day. It just doesn't seem like a name that would age well...
I think Tate and...
Yes, "Fey" does mean those things... but "Fay" is a well-established name that doesn't bring to mind any of those things. When someone mentions Faye Dunaway, no one thinks of effeminate men/being...
I'm impressed by their daring! Lots of celebs (and non-celebs) go for quirky/strange... but a girl name on a boy? That's truly bold! I admire their guts! Phaedra isn't a name I like, but it fits very...
That is so pretty! :)
The combo sounds nice enough. I'm not personally drawn to the spelling of Maeven (my brain just keeps seeing two words: "Ma" and "Even") but I'd like to thank you for bringing the name Maven to my...
I'm not too keen on Cora Harper. I think it's all the R sounds. They sort of crowd each other. Cora is a lovely name, though. :)
April 24th, 2013, 01:21 PM
Two boys: Hunter and Tanner. Really. I wonder what the next will be. Trapper? Cobbler? Whaler? Builder? Tracker?
Roselda is stunningly beautiful, and it flows very well with Virginia... so Roselda gets my vote. :)
Yeah, any time a Q isn't followed by a U, it seems a bit out-of-sorts. Ketzia is a nice name, though. Or what about Ketsia? I like it... maybe because it reminds me of the name Kestia (alt form of...
April 18th, 2013, 06:10 AM
Wow. Lots of "trashy" in this thread. I try not to use that word because, well... there are actual human being names Christelle. No one should be told they are like trash. Jeez. But yeah... I'm sure...
And Pasqualina is a GREAT name... not that you asked for opinions. I just wanted to rave. :D
One thing that's always amused me about Marlon is that his nickname throughout his childhood and teens was Bud. Bud Brando. That just seems so much more masculine and Streetcar-Named-Desire machismo...
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