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  1. #11
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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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