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  1. #1
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    H & B Names

    As some people know my boyfriend wants the initials of a baby to be H.B.K (K surname).

    I wanted to know what everyone thought of these boys names. I will also be posting a girls version in the girls names section.

    First what are your opinions on these combinations.

    Huw (Hugh) Bradley/Blaine.
    Hector Bradley/Blaine.
    Hywel (Howell) Bradley/Blaine.
    Hunter Bryn
    Heulwyn or Heilwyn (Hail-wen) Bailey
    Hayden Beau/Bradley - Hayden can be added back onto my list after someone I know has decided to go for a more common name.

    second what names can you come up with out of these. or your own input. - already considered Harvey/Harvard, Hart/Hartford, Henry, Harry, & Harrison so there No No's. - No Common surnames or old names I cant stand them.

    H Names

    Hyram
    Houston- Hughston/Huwston
    Holden
    Hanson
    Hart
    Hyatt
    Huntington (Hunter)
    Hamilton
    Huey
    Huntley

    B Names

    Braden/Braiden/Brayden.
    Bailey
    Blane
    Beau
    Benny
    Bentley
    Billy
    Blade
    Blaine
    Bobby
    Brent
    Brett
    Byron
    Last edited by kellymarie1992; May 11th, 2013 at 07:16 AM.

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    Sibling Amy-Louise and Surname begins with K ends in ER.

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    The only names I like on your list are Hugh (spelled that way) and Hector. What about Hugo, Harold, or Huck? Of your B names, I think Bailey and Beau are best. What about Bay or Barnaby?
    Hugo Barnaby
    Hector Bay
    Hugh Bailey
    Harold beau
    Huck Bernard

    Also- please don't name your child Bane. It's just not nice.
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    [B]The only names I like on your list are Hugh (spelled that way) and Hector. What about Hugo, Harold, or Huck? - I am Welsh and Huw is the Welsh version of Hugh, for some reason I don't like Hugh/Hugo but I like Huw. Huck looks Kind of weird. Harold is too 60's & 70's for my liking - I will explain. My Dad was born in the 60's my boyfriend's brother was born in the 70's. My boyfriend was born in the 80's and Me in the 90's So I have hear loads of names and I'm kind fussy on names due to this. Of your B names, I think Bailey and Beau are best. What about Bay or Barnaby? - Barnaby is too old fashioned for my liking. And where I live is called ........... Bay and people might think he's named after that.

    Hugo Barnaby - I simply don't like Hugo I don't know why I just don't like it.
    Hector Bay - See above for Bay. - I like Hector Bailey/Hector Beau.
    Hugh Bailey - See above for Hugh. I like this one though.
    Harold beau - I LOVE Beau but I don't like Harold again too old for my liking.
    Huck Bernard - Huck sounds kinda weird and Bernard again is too old fashioned for my liking.

    Also- please don't name your child Bane. It's just not nice. - Thats was supposed to be Blane I missed the L out, changed it now.
    Last edited by kellymarie1992; May 8th, 2013 at 06:18 AM.

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    I quite like Hywel (Howell) is that the Welsh spelling?
    Suggestions?:
    Havard
    Haldor
    Halvard
    Harvey

    Bjorn
    Bruce
    Bertram
    Bram
    Barnabas (I love this one).

    I think Hywel Barnabas or Hywel Bertram are very handsome.
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