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Thread: Too many X's???
February 28th, 2013 01:59 PM #6Senior Member
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February 28th, 2013 02:07 PM #8Mrs. H.
Trying for our first.
Boy Combos: Jack Gabriel Walker & Jonah Michael Whittaker
David . Alexander (Andy) . Xavier . Abel . Edgar . Apollo . Thomas . Harry . Walter . Frederick
Girl Combos: Clementine Mary Theresa . Cecelia Rose Elizabeth
Gemma . Beatrice . Vesper . Stella . Claire . Diana . Gloria . Rosemary . Winter . Georgia . Grace . Judith . Corinne
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February 28th, 2013 04:22 PM #10Senior Member
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Thanks everyone! We pronounce it zay-vee-er, I was having the same thoughts as all of you, just needed them confirmed We are currently thinking of trying to have 3 kids, so maybe a second X name isn't the best idea because if we have a third then the last one will seem out of place if they don't have one too! My husband is terrible when it comes to names, so I like to plan way ahead, but I am finding it really hard to find names that go well with Xavier...Mummy to Xavier and Elijah
Girls names: Rhiannon, Aine, Eilidh, Phoebe, Amelie, Freya, India
Boys names: Eden, Elijah/Eli, Finn, Jude, Levi, Nash, Quinn, Sebastian, Arlo, Knox
March 1st, 2013 12:09 AM #12
If your planning on having more than two kids I wouldn't do it. It would be very obvious the eldest two having 'X' names and then the youngest not. Maybe use another name for your next baby and come back to the 'X' names when/if you come around to your third, as it wouldn't look themey then.Current Favorites:
Helena, Anna, Gwen, Faye, Ruth, Mary, Lauren, Cordelia, June, Kristina, Serena
Briar, Daniel, Callum, Reed, Robert, Abel, Raphael, Edwin, Magnus, Eben
Please Vote ... http://www.babynames.com/namelist/9826126
March 1st, 2013 12:14 AM #14Senior Member
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I adore Xanthe. Xavier and Xanthe works okay.
But the only way I could do 2+ X names is to expand the theme a little.
Can we add just has an x in it?
Beatrix, Felix, Phoenix, Calixta, Alexander? I think Alexander flatters Xavier much more than Xander (which is usually a NN for Alexander anyway) does, as the repetitive x- and -er is broken up by more sounds.