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  1. #11
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    Mar 2013
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    I like Balthazar, but I think that it needs to be paired with a shorter, more ordinary middle name otherwise it becomes over-the-top....Inara Gwendolyn is perfect!

  2. #13
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    Mar 2013
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    Since you seem less sure about your boys' names, here is a list of some boys' names. I tried to avoid repeats, but I didn't really check over it too thoroughly...so there are probably at least a few in there. Sorry!

    Some unusual and manly (in my opinion, at least) Germanic names:

    Korbinian (there's a diminutive listed that's pronounced KUUR-bəl; part of me wants to suggest Kobol - like, the ancestral homeworld from Battlestar Galactica - as a nickname...because I am a nerd. While I'm talking about BSG, I guess, I also think Agathon is pretty BA)
    Raban
    Egon
    Anselm
    Falk
    Ivo
    Lanzo
    Marius
    Lothar
    Severin
    Moritz
    Quirin
    Thorben / Torben
    Ferdinand
    Hartwin
    Odo
    Rayner / Reiner / Rainier / etc.
    Rocco
    Etzel (a form of Attila, apparently)

    Some Welsh/Irish/Scottish:

    Cadfael
    Emyr
    Gareth
    Idris
    Cadogan
    Ivor
    Gawain
    Madoc / Cadoc
    Taliesin
    Caradoc
    Griffith
    Fergus
    Conall
    Angus
    Cathal
    Mannix
    Desmond
    Eamon
    Cormac
    Torin
    Redmond
    Conleth
    Faolan / Phelan
    Ianto

    Some randoms:

    Bede
    Sylvan / Sylvain
    Pryor
    Blaise
    Waldo
    Merit / Meritt
    Sinclair
    Titus
    Otho
    Rollo
    Crispin
    Cato
    Jabez
    Boaz
    Webster
    Ephraim
    Panos
    Ursan
    Barnaby / Barnabas
    Benedict
    Marek
    Tarquin
    Cosmo
    Hoyt
    Boyd
    Torquil
    Igor
    Iago
    Carmine
    Octavius / Octavian
    Lars
    Hale
    Bohdan / Bogdan
    Stavros
    Spyros / Spyro / Spyridon / etc.
    Kostas
    Goran
    Franz
    Errol
    Orland / Orlando
    Axel
    on my mind, for the moment

    Daria | Athena | Ramona | Winifred | Maeve | Blythe | Nadine | Dorothea | Margot | Cyra | Renata | Hypatia | Junia | Thisbe

    Flynn | Otto | Winston | Claude | Leif | Roald | Tavish | Lionel | Cormac | Tobin | Oswin | Rory | Damon | Tycho

    Mildred "Red" ☆ Obedience "Bede" ☆ Relief "Leafy" ☆ Dorothea "Doro" ☆ Penelope "Pen" ☆ Ruth "Rue" ☆ Eudoxia "Exie"

  3. #15
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    Apr 2013
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    Gulliver or Donavan for a boy and Zinnia or Eponine for a girl.

  4. #17
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    I do love Inara. Nova and Briony are also some of my favs for a girl. Boys can be a lot harder... I think my boys will end up with overly normal names, just due to the husband vetoing. :P I do like Rourke, but I'm not sure how it'd go with Lucian...

    Both Lucian and Inara mean "light"... So why not go for a name that means "light" for a boy?
    Jalen
    Eron
    Kiran
    Apollo
    Abner
    Oran
    Oron
    Zain
    Ziv
    Nuri
    Uri
    Ray
    Wynn
    Zohar
    Lux
    Lior
    Tane (Maori God of Light)
    Xavier (bright)
    Ignatius
    Raiden (Japanese God of thunder and lightening)
    Balder
    Jairus

    I also like Caelum, Latin for "sky".
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    Camellia, Valentina

  5. #19
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    Oct 2012
    Location
    Nebraska
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    Vladimir, Vladric, Dragomir, and Balthazar may be too much for a little boy to live with. Actually, that's probably a really bad idea. I love Magnus, Roarke and Ronan, but right when I saw Lucian I thought Gideon, Kieran, Donovan, or Phineas would go really well! Alastair is also a form of Alexander, and would be kind of cool for a middle name to match Lucian's. Lucian Alexander is strong and powerful without being over the top, and I think that's an important trait to keep when naming his sibling.

    Inara, Nuada, Nuala, Artemis and Athena (though I LOVE the last two to bits) are names that also could cause some troubles for your little girl. Thisbe, Aurora, Gwendolyn, Althea, Aurielle, and Zelda are very cute. I think Gwendolyn looks the best with Lucian, but Aurora is really cool too. Phoebe, Helenore, Nera, Luna, Livana, Keira are all names that would work well with Lucian.

    I think your style is... well, how can I say it? Dark Souls-y.

    My No's
    Boys - Vladimir, Dragomir, Balthazar
    Girls - Inara, Nuada, Nuala, Artemis, Athena

    My Suggestions
    Boys - Gideon, Kieran, Donovan, Phineas, Alastair (for middle)
    Girls - Gwendolyn, Aurora, Althea, Aurielle, Zelda, Phoebe, Helenore, Nera, Luna, Livana, Kiera
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