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Thread: WDYT of Yale?

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    WDYT of Yale?

    We need to use a Y or a J (to honour family members) for our soon-to-be son. We are having a hard time coming up with names that we both like and agree on. So far the only name we can agree on is Yale. What do you think of it? Older sisters name is Sloane.
    Thanks!

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    Yale makes a great brother for Sloane.

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    I hear it's a great university. Not sure about a name.
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    Yale sounds good with Sloane, but I agree: it's hard to escape the university meaning, or the locks.

    Judd and Jude work as sibs for Sloane. Jake too maybe. Jackson?

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    I think Yale is a perfect name. I don't think of the university, but that might be because I'm not from the US.
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