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April 29th, 2013 01:09 PM #1Senior Member
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Thoughts on these?
Just wondering what thoughts were on a few names that are somewhat floating around my list - I can't decide whether to put them on or not. I really struggle with boy names for some reason.
Conor - does this seem chavvy?
Gus - would be just Gus on BC, dislike August and variants and all other long forms sound too ethnic.
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April 29th, 2013 01:24 PM #3Senior Member
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April 29th, 2013 01:46 PM #5
Conor - love this one. I only wish it was less popular.
Edward - the name is lovely but I can't see it on a real guy maybe The Twilight ruined all its British charm for me.(I don't know any Edwards IRL)
Elliot is great, one of my favorite boy names. I just cringe when see it on a girl(Elleytte or how they do this) I love Elijah and Elisha as well.
Jasper - interesting, but there is something that doesn't allow me love it. I guess I just don't like how the -per syllable sounds.
Gus - all I think is a former Russian football team trainer. I don't feel anything abou this one.
Oliver - great name, adorable nn Olly.
Patrick - I first got to know Patrick as a last name and I do not know any Patricks but it's definitely masculine and handsome.
Stephen - a bit dated for my taste but I know a great guy Stephen "Steph" so I quite like it.Victoria
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