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Thread: Which more unusual name
May 6th, 2013 11:57 AM #11Senior Member
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Alaric Mitchell (a-la-ric) - I love this!
Ajax Orion (ay-jaks) aj or jax for short. - I don't like this as much. It's a lovely combo, with a great flow, but I think Ajax has a bit more teasing potential, and it also *might* be more common, at least in the US. I know quite a few dogs called Ajax, plus the cleaning solution, it's a term used in programming, and was the name of a military operation carried out in the 1950s. So not the best associations for me, but nothing terrible either.
Adric Orion (ay-drik) - Love this! I also like Edric. I would also say the name "Add-rick", because I've only ever seen the name on Dr. Who and that's how they say and spell it, but I think that looks neater than Aidric. However, I've seen Adrik pronunced Ay-drik? I'm not sure, although I love this, the pronunciation difficulties might turn me off it.
Aydis Jasper (aid-iss) - seems a little bit feminine, especially combined with Jasper. I like both names, though. But I think they each need to be paired with something more masculine.
Elric graham (el-ric) - I like this too!
Alaric Mitchell would be my top choice.Lillian Elizabeth 6.16.13
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