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  1. #6
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    I pretty much love every name mentioned thus far. Have added Leonidas (that's a new one to me!) to my possibilities list. Some of the other ones we've also seriously considered but have decided against for various reasons (Phineas, Lysander, Cyrus were quite high of the list for quite a while).

  2. #8
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    I love ancient Roman and Greek names. Here are some other suggestions.

    Galen
    Trajan
    Gratian
    Hector
    Virgil
    Ulysses
    Seneca
    Theron
    Theodosius
    Tycho
    Octavian/Octavius
    Tiberius
    Tullius
    Erasmus/Erastus
    Aristides
    Anacletus
    Aquila
    Alphaeus
    Archimedes
    Anastasius
    Vitus
    All the best,
    Mischa.

  3. #10
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    Some stellar names there Mischa!
    Particularly fond of Tullius (though I can't figure out if it has a meaning), Tiberius, Erasmus, Erastus, Theodosius and Virgil.
    There's a bunch on there that are new to me that I'm gonna need to reflect on a little bit to decide whether or not I like them a ton or not.

  4. #12
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    I was going to say Zephyr, but I saw you already had that on your list.
    But Maybe Romulus, Remus?
    Alexis Victoria
    mom to the dragon and lion boys, AKA Drake Zephyr and Skandar Leonidas
    TTC 2014/2015

  5. #14
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    Quote Originally Posted by killromance View Post
    I was going to say Zephyr, but I saw you already had that on your list.
    But Maybe Romulus, Remus?
    Zephyr is a great name, especially dynamic as a middle name I think.
    I like Romulus and Remus a lot in concept, but Romulus sounds too much like the Romulans from Star Trek to be usable for me, and Remus sounds like 'ream' which has too many negative connotations in US slang. If it wasn't for those things I'd quite like these names.

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