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June 18th, 2012 04:17 AM #11Senior Member
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June 20th, 2012 03:14 AM #13
My recommendation is ...
01. Brady/Brody [Irish]
02. Conor [Irish]
03. Teagan [Irish]
... a sibset comprised of two-syllable Irish names that have a similar feel, and start and end with different letters.
Pairing suggestions ...
01. Brady/Brody Nicholas
02. Conor Alexander
03. Teagan Elizabeth
... equivalent "core classic" middles.
Source links: http://nameberry.com/blog/classic-bo...truly-timeless [and] http://nameberry.com/blog/classic-gi...truly-timeless
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July 11th, 2012 05:53 AM #15
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 #17
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!
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July 17th, 2012 04:31 PM #19
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 #21Senior Member
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July 24th, 2012 07:36 PM #23Senior Member
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July 25th, 2012 04:46 PM #25Member
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My older cousin had the same problem you did. She had a boy whose eight months younger than I am named Cameron. Then she had Kennedy, whose seven months younger than my brother. Then came Kaya, and after that Kierra. Now after fifteen someodd years, she's finally going to have another boy! We've been rushing around coming up with C names because all the girl's are K's. Some of the C names we came up with were: Charles-shortened to Charlie, Cayden-or Cade, Collin, Carter, Clark, Cory
Then if you want to do girls with the C sound, you could just spell it with a K or Vice Versa. Some suggestions are: Kiley, Kimberley-Kim or Kimmy, Kendra, Kendall, Katia (pronounced KAH-SHA)-or Kate or Katie
Good luck with the names!
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July 25th, 2012 04:50 PM #27