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  1. #1
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    Thoughts on the name Aber

    We are considering Aber for our son's name. It seems to be rarely used as a first name, but in this day of Aidans, Abels and Ikers, I was wondering how the name would fit in. Any thoughts or first impressions of the name? Thanks!

  2. #3
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    I don't like it. I keep wanting to read it as Abner.
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    Oh I misread it as Abner too.
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    Yea, my first thought was that you spelled Abner wrong.

    My second thought was aber....ation. Aber....crombie.

    It just feels unfinished because it's a prefix.
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  5. #9
    I have a friend who named her son Abraham nn Aber. I think it is a good nn but as a stand alone fn I find it a little lacking.

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