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June 18th, 2012 04:17 AM #11Senior Member
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July 11th, 2012 05:53 AM #13
Thanks for all of the input. My husband has held fast through all of my craziness over the names. And, we've decided to go with our originals. My 3 little little Coco's or Cocoa's (since our last name begins with "A")!
We will have a Conor, Cormac, & Cordelia. We're almost set on middle names too, and they'll all have different middle initials, thankfully.
July 13th, 2012 03:10 AM #15
Conor's name Exactly, if he were a girl! But, because of that, it's off the table for me now. Seems odd to some, I know. But, even though it wasn't his in the end, it was still made For him, if that makes sense. It's a Gorgeous name that I hope to see someone uses.
And, for anyone who may read this in the future, I know it's listed in a lot of places as being Irish, it's actually not (in my experience). I've been here 4 years and I've talked to MANY Irish people about the name when I found it for Conor. No One here had ever heard of the name. After a bit of in-depth research, I found that while it Is a Celtic name, it's not Irish Celtic. It's a form of a Welsh name. A lot of people assume it's Irish, maybe because of Teague. But, that's an Irish masculine name, and because of it, Everyone here I mentioned Teagan to, hated it for a girl because it sounded masculine to them. Go figure!
Last edited by thompssn; July 13th, 2012 at 03:12 AM.
July 17th, 2012 04:31 PM #17
All your choices are great but personally, I would choose different names. Like you said there are so many lovely names out there and you don't want to get stuck in a theme. Though by the time their born if you truly don't love any other name I don't think it would be the end of the word to have matchy sibling names. I just think the "Or" is a little over bearing in all three names. What about Malcolm and Delilah as a twin set?
July 24th, 2012 07:16 PM #19Senior Member
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