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April 20th, 2013 04:27 PM #11Senior Member
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I like the sound, I think with your connection it's a nice middle name BUT it's one of those names I'd hate to introduce myself with. Meeting my future boss I really wouldn't want to say "My name is Sparrow". You don't always want to be "cute".
April 20th, 2013 04:51 PM #13
Love Sparrow. I think it's a true unisex, but I personally prefer it for a boy. My boyfriend's top pick for a boy is Damian Sparrow. I would probably always call my son Damian Sparrow rather than just Damian if we go with it; it's just too sweet to keep it hidden in the middle. I think it works as a first, but it would get some raised eyebrows I'm sure. Paired with your son's name, I'd go with the middle however.Considering...
Cordelia Eilonwy Snow ● Evadne Undomiel Snow ● Isabeau Jane Sophronia ● Lorelei Nimue Ondine
Pandora Vivienne Swan ● Thisbe Octavia Wildrose ● Thora Ilythia Swan
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Caspian Ithuriel Wilder ● Damian Rainer Sparrow ● Evander Ithuriel Sol
Gwydion Alaric Hart ● Malachi Tristan Bjorn ● Phineas Robin Blaise ● Theodore Peregrine Llyr
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April 20th, 2013 06:21 PM #15Ttc a baby brother or sister for Luther Wolf!
April 20th, 2013 06:21 PM #17Senior Member
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It's unisex but leans masculine to me. I love it as a fn but with Luther as a brother a boy Sparrow sounds weak by comparison. On the other hand if you called your son Wolf then a brother Sparrow makes a great pair but I see you refer to him by his fn in your post. I think Sparrow is best in the middle for a boy but is fine as a fn for a girl.
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April 20th, 2013 06:23 PM #19