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March 13th, 2013 01:48 PM #16Senior Member
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- Dec 2012
@garnet - Thanks for the opinions! I also really like your suggestion of Everett, unfortunately my cousin is planning on using that name for his son!
@milliemm - Thanks for letting me know what you think, it helps me to see what others think of names, it brings up things that I never thought of before. From your signature absolutely love the name Isaac for a boy and your girl names are great, Melody and Georgina
@cannebella - Thanks for bringing up the whole Beau being used on a dog thing, I didn't realize it until you pointed it out but many people name their dogs that.
March 13th, 2013 02:12 PM #18
Bennett - nms, but I can see the appeal
Beau - I don't really like this. Don't ask me why, but it makes me imagine a sweet but rather dull young man.
Eli - I've met many very sweet young Eli's, which both endears me to the name and makes me a bit bored by it.
Owen - I adore this so, so much. I haven't met too many yet and I work with a lot of kids!
Alden - I could see this growing on me. Yes, I think I like it!
Edward - classic and very versatile
Edmund - more romantic, but also a bit more stuffy than Edward. I do like it though!
Andrew - classic, like Edward, but gives off a different vibe. More laid back, maybe. I have met so many Andrews though!
Jasper - Another name that I absolutely adore!!!
Levi - It's cute. I rather like the alternative pronunciation of lev-ee rather than lee-vie, but it would be ridiculous to try and enforce that (in the states at least)TTC #1
thinking - not husband tested:
Eulalie Catarina • Cecily Morgana • Beatrix Evelina • Cosima Ondine • Cordelia Eveline • Calliope Lucine • Paloma Celeste
Ivo Owen Abraham • Marius Nathanael Oak • Euan Marcellus • Crispin Adair
March 13th, 2013 02:23 PM #20
I love Ben, but don't care for Bennett. It has a feminine feel to me. I associate it with Elizabeth Bennet from 'Pride and Prejudice', and bonnets.
Beau also feels girlish. The word "beautiful", plus bows.
There are too many Andrews. Edward is a classic, but still overused in my opinion. When I hear Jasper I think of Cruella De Vil's bumbling henchmen Jasper and Horace in '101 Dalmations', and a few other shady characters. But that's not to say it's a bad name. I'd just never be able to use it without thinking of that, so I don't like it. Alden is right on the edge of feeling too elderly, but it could be alright.
I really like Levi, Owen, and Eli. Emdund is okay, better than Edward, but I've never really liked any of the "Ed" names.
March 13th, 2013 02:42 PM #22Senior Member
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- Feb 2013
Bennett - I like surnames, but this one's not my style
Beau - Love this one. Very cool.
Eli - Also love this one. Short & sweet.
Owen - Sounds nerdy to me.
Alden - Too old fashioned for my taste.
Edward - Again, old old old.....
Edmund - Love this one. A bit of a tasteful flair!
Andrew - Very classic. It is nice.
Jasper - I like this one too. Has a bit of charm yet trendy.
Levi - Love this style and biblical flavor.