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February 7th, 2014 10:15 AM #21
February 7th, 2014 11:34 AM #23
February 7th, 2014 03:18 PM #25Senior Member
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I think it's okay, I don't like it personally, but it is a pretty cool name; even better if there's some meaning behind it. I'd love to meet someone called Dragon!Wholock, historian, biochemist, teenberry (16)
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February 7th, 2014 03:24 PM #27Senior Member
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February 7th, 2014 04:00 PM #29
I think your context is going to matter a lot, but I think being a little less blatant about your love for dragons may work in his benefit. He can still have a bold, awesome name without having to wear such a singular appellation--- subtlety is key. What sparked your interest in Dragon? Asian heritage? Try Huang Long or Ryuujin. Medieval literature? Try Drake, Wyvern, or Zmey. Middle Eastern heritage? Evren. Mythology? Typhon, Hydra, or Ladon.若兰
I'm just a third-culture girl with an affinity for names.
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