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Alright, any fairly unisex/gender neutral "R" suggestions?
Set on Knox as the first name, but am stuck on a middle name! There are plenty of GN one syllable names that I like, but I think it needs...
October 8th, 2013, 06:26 PM
I love Grady! But I would pair it differently, I think the MN sounds better with two syllables with that name...Maybe Grady Conlan, Grady Benjamin, or Grady Peregrine.
I'm also a fan of Graham....
Okay berries, help me find the perfect middle name!
Knox Remi/Remy (or better as Remington?)
Well, I think if your SOs heritage is important to him, then it is important to find ways to honor that in the kid. But what if you switched them? Alexander Koenraad? Tons of folks go by their middle...
So I was thinking Russell, but I am set on the first name Knox and I'm not sure how well they go together, esp.with the last name. The last name is two syllables, ends in ert.
August 25th, 2013, 02:52 PM
What about Rory, Riley, or Finn? You could go with a lot of different things as full names if you don't want such a short name, but they all work for either a boy or a girl and would sound great with...
Finley, Finlay, Finley, Phineaus, Findlay, Finbar, Findly. But Finn is also so great just on it's own! Why make a longer name if the baby will just be called Finn anyway?
I vote for Gideon Sanders, as well!
Judah is nice as well, but I love the name Gideon. So underrated, IMO!
August 24th, 2013, 01:47 PM
I do like how Codex sounds, but it just seems a wee bit too close to Kotex for my taste! Kannon is nice but unfortunately I have a cousin named Cannon.
But thank you for all the suggestions! K...
Oh, also Cael is another great gaelic rooted name!!
I like Aydon Quinn a lot! But Aiden/kaden and it's various spellings are super popular, so it just depends on how much you care about your child having a more unique name from his classmates. Which...
Hm, okay for some less popular choices:
Jacoby (nn Coby or Jack, which would be cute with the twins)
Isaiah (nn Izzy)
Elias (nn Eli)
August/August/Augustine (nn Augie...
Oh, also Quinn/Quincy etc. would be nice as well!
Of the two, I'd definitely choose Isaac. But I agree it is a little matchy. If you want other suggestions, these come to mind:
What about Isiah? Close/derrivitive of Isaac, but stands out a bit...
August 23rd, 2013, 02:55 PM
Caleb Anderson!! Nice ring to it. Love the name Caleb. Jameson Anderson feels like too much "son" in a row, in my opinion.
August 23rd, 2013, 02:13 PM
Hudson and Austin are my favorites!
After that, I'd say Tristan or Caleb.
August 23rd, 2013, 01:40 PM
Hm, all great suggestions! So far I like these the best:
What will sound best with MN Russell (and last name ends in 'ert')?
Hm, here are my suggestions:
Nicholas (or Nikolai)
Prescott or Preston
Remington (I just love the nn Remi)
Both great, though Caspian has a few more options for more modern nicknames (i.e. Cas or Caz as well as Ian)? I think the connection with Caspar the Ghost will be very difficult to shake, might get...
August 22nd, 2013, 11:10 PM
Keats is quite nice!
The middle name will be Russell (family name) also, if that helps. Keats Russell? Knox Russell?
Callan (or even Kallan)
Colton (nn Colt)
Cassius (nn Caz or Cas)
August 22nd, 2013, 09:52 PM
Ideally, I'd like a "k" name but so far either know too many people with, or just dislike, the one's I've found (i.e. kai, kaden, kaleb, kale, kasey). Any other suggestions?
So far the only two...
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