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March 3rd, 2013 04:48 PM #1Senior Member
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Honest opinions on my list of favorites?
I'm currently trying to narrow down my boy and girl lists. I need opinions, suggestions, comments - whatever will help. I already have one daughter named Nora Cathleen (called both Nora and Nora Cate).
Here's my boy list:
Sebastian Eli (Can't decide on nickname and I would like one. I like Bas, Bastien, Bash, Baz - opinions?)
Declan James (Another nickname debacle. I like Dec, Dex/Decs, Deke - opinions? I believe Deke is the most "traditional" nickname but I've heard all 3 used.)
Reid JeffreyMom to Nora.
Declan James (Dex). Griffin James (Finn). Euan James. Graham Jameson. August James (Gus). John Jameson (Johnny). Wesley James (Wes).
Gwyneth Eliza (Gwen). Elise Hannah. Lucy Johanna. Josephine Maeve (Josie). Bronwen Elise (Bonnie). Eve Johanna (Evie). Bonnie Eliza.
March 3rd, 2013 04:52 PM #3♥ Margaret Mary ♥
19. Name nerd. College sophomore.
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March 3rd, 2013 05:07 PM #5Senior Member
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Milo James - I always think of the movie Milo & Otis when I hear Milo. Cute movie but I couldn't use it as a name.
Sebastian Eli - I love Sebastian, the nickname is what stops me too.
Lyle Jameson - Not a Lyle fan - very country. And Jameson is a whiskey.
Declan James - I like both of these. You could even use the nickname DJ if you like initial nicknames.
Gavin Joseph - Like both of these as well.
Ewan Charles - Ewan is not my style but I do like Charles.
Dean Patrick - okay
Ian Richard - A good combo.
Ronan Elias - Has a great sound.
Keith Dennis - I never hear any of these two used - maybe sort of dated but that might be a good thing.
Reid Jeffrey - I like the spelling Reed better
Declan & Sebastian are my faves from your list.
March 4th, 2013 12:01 AM #7Senior Member
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Milo James - It's nice, though sometimes I feel like James is a sort of throwaway middle name.
Sebastian Eli - Sebastian is my absolute favorite boys name. I'm personally not a nickname person, and I don't like the typical nicknames for Sebastian, i.e. I don't like the ones you listed. But I recently heard Ash as an option, and I really, really liked that.
Lyle Jameson - Has a nice flow, but I don't really like either name.
Declan James - I've never been into Declan, but again, has a really nice flow. Dex would be my favorite nn for Declan...could Lenny work?
Gavin Joseph - Gavin is my second favorite boys name ever! This is a very nice combination. Don't love Joseph, but it works well here.
Ewan Charles - In theory, I should like Ewan, but I just don't think it has a pleasant sound.
Dean Patrick - I like Patrick, but don't like Dean at all. Can't imagine a child with this name.
Ian Richard - Ian is nice; Richard seems dated.
Ronan Elias - Hmm...Not sure actually how I feel about this one. Maybe it's just not my style. Ronan has potential.
Keith Dennis - This is super dated to me - sounds like a middle aged man. My least favorite on your list.
Reid Jeffrey - This is nice, though I strongly prefer Jeffrey spelled Geoffrey. It just looks more classic and distinguished to me.
Some additional combo suggestions that jumped out at me using names from your list:
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March 4th, 2013 12:16 AM #9