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  1. #21
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    Ezra Jude is a great pairing and is more unique. But I also like the sound of Nicholas Grant. I think my official vote would be for Ezra. Nicholai would be more unique than Nicholas.
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  2. #23
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    Nicholas Grant - Ezra is a tad *too* religious for me, but if you are then it may be your thing. I love the nickname Nico, as well as the longer form spelled Nicolas.
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    I'd go Ezra Jude. It's great.
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  4. #27
    I love Ezra Jude. Actually, I love both but it doesn't seem like Nicholas fits your criteria. It's a very traditional name and Nick <Italian Last Name> is particularly common.

    I would think that the strongest association people have with Jude is the Beatles song. I grew up in fairly religious household and (unlike Evangeline) it doesn't strike me as a religious name. I've known too many Ezras to have a personal association with it.

    I do think that Nicolas, nn Nico works better with your criteria while still being pretty traditional but you'd have to try it out with your last name. The two ending in O may sound great or weird.
    Last edited by misselizabeth; May 23rd, 2013 at 08:43 AM. Reason: more thoughts

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