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    Aleph?

    Would love to hear thoughts on what people think of the name Aleph? What comes to mind.. Nicknames... etc.

    We would probably pair it with something simple like Aleph James.

    TIA!

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    Don't want this to get lost so just giving it a bump...

    Would love to hear your thoughts Berries!

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    I have never seen this name. I had to look it up at Behind the Name. What I found (only user submitted) states that it is a feminine name. Sounds male to me. So I did some more research and everywhere else I went stated male. I prefer the Alef spelling. I personally would not use the name but I think it's a perfectly fine name. I would not use a nickname.

    Aleph/Alef Bartholomew
    Aleph/Alef Elijah
    Aleph/Alef Emmanuel
    Aleph/Alef Ezra
    Aleph/Alef Gabriel
    Aleph/Alef Gideon
    Aleph/Alef Isaiah
    Aleph/Alef Isaac
    Aleph/Alef Jacoby
    Aleph/Alef Jeremiah
    Aleph/Alef Jonah
    Aleph/Alef Levi
    Aleph/Alef Malachi
    Aleph/Alef Samson
    Aleph/Alef Simeon
    Aleph/Alef Tobiah
    Aleph/Alef Tobias
    Aleph/Alef Zachariah
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    Piers Lachlan o Roan August o Gray Everett
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    Aleph is the first letter of the Arabic/ Persian alphabet. Elef (spelling?) is also a Turkish feminine name. I really can't see this one working.
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    Natalie Portman named her baby boy Aleph and I remember reading about it on some website which I can't remember, and someone commented saying it sounded like somebody couldn't say Alex correctly and now that's all it reminds me of. I much prefer Alex and I do think that Aleph would constantly get mistaken for Alex or Alec. It's not awful but I wouldn't use it personally.
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