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May 3rd, 2013 12:48 PM #6
May 3rd, 2013 12:52 PM #8
I met a Diego once! He was a foreign exchange student from Spain and he was on the high school's co-ed swim team with me. Quite the ladies man I think it could work just cause I've heard it before. But there's the association of the kid's show Go Diego, Go! if you're in the US.
I also like Lars cause I come from a very swedish family and it was the name of one of my great uncle's. Other more foreign names I like for boys are Nils and Axel. Again, they're all family names for me.My Favorites:
Colette Kristine. Alice Evanna. Gemma Elizabeth. Mabel Verity. Rosalie Grace.
Jack Jeffrey. Carson Luke. Felix James. Leo Patrick. River Justin.
can't wait to marry my love!
May 3rd, 2013 01:00 PM #10
I think that as long as you do not have to put on a fake accent to say a name it is usually not "too" foreign sounding. I think all of your names work, though I've never heard of Almonzo before so that would take some getting used to. I really like Dmitri and it doesn't even seem foreign to me anymore, I have known 5 Dmitri's and only one was Russian.
May 3rd, 2013 01:01 PM #12Senior Member
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May 3rd, 2013 02:23 PM #14Senior Member
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- Lijiang, China
I think all of them could work.
Dmitri- Great name. Very usable.
Diego- Very usable. Though not my favorite.
Lars- Same as Diego
Mordecai (w/ nn Cai/Kai)- Definitely useable. Though I don't like it too much. I like Malachi much more.
Brahms (as a middle)- Solid middle name option. Bram would also be a good option.
Marcellus- Very straightforward and usable. And a great name in my opinion.
Almonzo- Very usable, though I prefer Alonzo/Alonso.Updated Name List- http://www.ebabynames.com/list/eff115- Vote away...