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  1. #6
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    Fable and Amity are both word names, and I would like to see that theme continue with your son.

    I would strike Wolf, Wiley, and Zen from the list. Wolf feels too aggressive with Fable and Amity, and wily doesn't exactly have the same positive meaning as fable or amity. I would strike Zen mostly because I dislike the "borrowed from Buddhism" names; they come off as hokey attempts to be hip and New Age-y.

    My favorite choice for a brother to Fable and Amity is Harbor. I really love the way the dictionary definitions of these words tie them together as names. A fable is a story with a moral, just as every life is. Amity means friendship and peaceful harmony, two things we all need in our lives. A harbor is a place of shelter and refuge, which is, again, something we all need at some point in our lives. Friendships can give us places of refuge, and that in itself creates a story (with a moral). So yes, I really love Fable, Amity, and Harbor as siblings.

    What about Harbor Wolfgang, Harbor Lelan, Harbor Truett, or Harbor Theron?
    Emily, 19, Southeastern US.
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  2. #8
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    I like Lelan! I also like Zephyr.

  3. #10
    Join Date
    Jan 2013
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    Here are my suggestions, keeping in mind we have completely different tastes.

    Wolf/Wolfgang - DH isnt sure about this one though - I dont really like it, Wolf is cool but no Wolfgang.
    Valor - Valor would suit your Girls so much!
    Zephyr - Dont like at all.
    Truett - Dont like at all, again.
    Wiley - It springs to mind Wiley Coyote, but i guess its a neat name!
    Cypress - My sisters best friend is named Cypress and its a she... so not for a boy i'm afraid.
    Lelan - A family surname. Could potentially make a neat middle name!
    Zen - Possibly Zenith or Zenon. Maybe just Zen! Dont like it, sorry.
    Roan - Roan is a horse coat pattern, and growing up around horses i can only associate it with them, not a human baby, sorry.
    Theron - In my native country, this is a popular last name. I can never see it for a first name.
    Harbor - Its okay.
    Claude - I think Clyde sounds a little better.
    River - I know too many girls called River.


    Here are some i suggest:
    Griffin
    Hawk/Hawthorne
    Phoenix
    Oakley
    Jet/Jed
    Tate
    Archer
    Bram
    Dunstan
    Gunther
    Huckleberry
    Milo
    Riley
    Sawyer
    Silas
    Tristan/Tristram

    Good Luck!
    Teenberry who is obsessed with names - probably a minority on nameberry who likes popular names

    Ladies: Holly|Charlotte|Lily|Chloe|Indigo|Zoe|Stella
    Gents: Jonty|Jordan|Hunter|James|Xavier|Cullen|Louie

  4. #12
    Join Date
    Apr 2012
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    {Eve | Vivian | Cora | Beatrix | Jane | Rowan | Clara | Helena | Celeste}

    [Jack | James | Theodore | Leo | Gideon | Kieran | Simon | Oliver]

  5. #14
    Join Date
    Feb 2013
    Location
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    From your list I really really love Valor and River to go with Amity and Fable!

    I like the name Theon better than Theron, personally, but I think either one could well. And instead of Wolfgang to get the nn Wolf, I like the name Lowell which means young wolf.

    Andddd, somebody suggested Griffin and Phoenix which I think are two great names to add to your list!

    So maybe:
    River Theron
    Lelan River
    Lowell Valor

    Good Luck
    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!

    09.6.14

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