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As beautiful a name as Airmid is in its original form, I really need help anglicizing it, similar to how Brighid becomes Bridget(te).
I think that Sylvie Renard is a spot on for the character at hand. On reading her name in the title, I pictured a vintage spy/stealthy archetype, so good going.
I'm come across Fehir as a last name quite a couple of times while frequenting a friend's Facebook timeline. After conducting some research, it's seems the name is pronounced "FAY-er" (like Thayer,...
January 24th, 2012, 09:23 PM
I always fancied the name Fafnir.
January 21st, 2012, 10:48 PM
I'd stray away from the name "B. J. Hooker" as his initials are an abbreviation for a blowjob, which you definitely don't want going with the name "Hooker" for a child.
Similar to this thread here which has a handful of names I love.
I was wondering if you berries could drop a few?
I am really liking Boheme, Fable and related names. But don't limit yourself to...
She tweeted that he was named after her two grandfathers: Miller and Thomas. Regardless of which, I think it's quite nice that Milo honors "Milano".
August 22nd, 2011, 02:17 PM
The first name that popped into my head when I read the title was Cain. Granted, it's a bit too similar to Caleb, but it does match most of your requirements, save the two-syllable aspect, which, I...
There's Agnelo/Agnello, which is the masculine variant of Agnes, and means "lamb". It's a familial name for me, and I know quite a few from back home. I belive it is of Italian descent. Pronounced...
That was exactly what I was thinking, although mine was more along the lines of Hans Grimm. I have considered Hugo before, but it has the same issues as Poe, which is, it might seem rhymy if my SO...
So my SO and I found out that we are expecting twin boys, and a while ago, decided on the name Bram for one of them. I have discussed this before with other berries, but to no avail did I find a...
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