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  1. #1
    Join Date
    Apr 2013
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    Harrisonville, MO, USA
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    Sibling name help

    Ok so I am back after having my son two months ago. We decided to name him Silas Rowan James. We still want another child but it will be about a year before we try again with IVF. I still have some of the names from my old list but I need some new refreshing ideas. I feel like I have seen the ones on my list a thousand times and want something with more flavor. I need girl and boy ideas please. I would like something that would compliment Silas. Now I know Silas is biblical but I actually don't like biblical names at all. The reason we used the name was because it is in my family history and I liked it before I ever found out it was biblical. So with that said her is my criteria of what I like:

    Boys:
    NOT biblical necessarily
    I like old fashioned but not oldy moldy
    stylish
    something you have not heard often or lately
    preferably nothing in the top 100 for last year
    Irish/scottish heritage
    Native American heritage
    Old english names

    Girls:
    Same as boys
    Mythological
    ancient names
    unique yet sophisticated

    And go.... Hopefully you ladies can come up with some really good ones. Please try hard I am hard to please. LOL.

  2. #3
    Join Date
    Jun 2012
    Location
    A Town Called Alice
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    old fashioned but not oldy moldy, stylish, something you have not heard often or lately, preferably nothing in the top 100 for last year (some are old english names).

    Edward/Harry/Arthur/Hugh/August/Everett/Wesley/Franklin/Emmett/Felix/Edmund/Vincent/Grant/Julian/Ezra/Milo/Aubrey/Clark

    Native American

    Nahuel/Nuka/Adahy
    Aylen/Maiara/Millaray/Nita/Sayen

    Mythological, ancient names, unique yet sophisticated

    Freya/Lucinda/Athena/Ida/Clara/Cora/Ada/Josephine/Elsie/Flora/Lydia/Matilda/Estelle/Claudia/Eugenia

    Hope that helped!
    Marko | Susanna | Kit | Rosemary

  3. #5
    Join Date
    Aug 2011
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    I can't think of good boys' names right now, but for girls:

    Daphne
    Antonia
    Sylvie
    Silvana
    Alethea
    Not expecting, just planning and building lists!

  4. #7
    Not sure what I can add if you're hard to please...but here are a few. I'm assuming you don't really meant "Old English," as in Anglo-Saxon, because some of the consonant/vowel combinations of those early Germanic names are pretty impossible to get your mouth around (Hrothgar, anyone?), so I'm just going with old-fashioned English or modernized versions of some of those names.

    BOYS
    Eamon
    Declan
    Ross
    Alden
    Colton
    Blaine
    Norris
    Elliott
    Macauley
    Gavin

    GIRLS
    Bryony
    Araminta
    Bronwen
    Persephone
    Ariadne
    Lorelei
    Calliope
    Melia
    Rhea

    I don't know anything about Native American names so can't be of help there.
    Courtney (larking.)
    blog and Etsy shop


    baby girl #2 due August 2013

    Beatrix * Benjamin * Blythe * Bronwyn * Caleb * Eamon * Elliott * Emmett * Hazel * Imogen * Isaac
    Linnea * Lorelei * Maeve * Maren * Owen * Phoebe * Reuben * Saul * Silas * Siobhan * Sylvie * Willa

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