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  1. #1

    boys' names with nn bay

    i love the nickname bay/bae for baelfire on tv's once upon a time...

    our daughter's name is marin, son is named ocean, daughter pearl and then twin girls rowan and lennox. the first three are water themed, the last two are trees...bay would satisfy both connotations!

    chosen middle name is stanley, last name ends with -son and is two syllables.

    what would longer first names be that could use that nickname just cuz i think maybe bay is too short to convince hubs.
    Last edited by beckstar; June 19th, 2013 at 02:07 AM.
    rebecca renee. wife to lucas christian. mother to: marin elizabeth, ocean white, pearl frances and g/g twin sisters rowan bee and lennox aileen. currently expecting baby #6, whose sex will be a surprise. name hunting is underway.

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    sebastian? it's a stretch...but i like that name.

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    FWIW, I love Bay as a stand alone, but I totally understand the need to play to your DH's preferences also...

    Of the top of my head:

    Bayden/Baydon
    Bayard
    Bayou (I know, the 'Bay' part isn't pronounced that way, but you'd have water and tree in one )
    Katie
    Happily married to a fabulous but completely-not-interested-in-names guy.

    Mum to:

    Gebriael Geoffrey Edwin Keith (01/02/05)
    Roscoe Geoffrey Yohannes (09/04/08)
    Cormac Geoffrey Adisu (02/08/11)
    Boaz Geoffrey Mekonnen (04/07/13)


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    Bayard
    Barclay (NB says it's pronounced like Berkeley, but I grew up with a boy who pronounced it bar-clay)

    more of a stretch
    Blade
    Blaise/Blaze
    Basil
    Barnaby
    Ian Alexander Cameron Blaise Damien Cole Axel Sean Callum Bryce Lennox Beau
    Blair Annevieve Camryn Atalya Piper Caydence Tallulah Sage Senna Kai Haven Lux

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    I really like the pp's suggestion of the name Blaise. Although I prefer the spelling Blaise, perhaps Blayse might work better for you in this case? I also think Basil would be a great full name for the nn 'Bay'!
    Hmm... the name Blaine/Blane popped into my head as well.
    Also:

    Baylor

    Baynes

    Bayron

    Baez (although I think 'Bay' might be a stretch here esp. with pronunciation of full name)

    Bainbridge

    Babor

    Bayrn
    In current favor of...:
    Boys: Ian, John, Lincoln
    Girls: Marin, Lena, Mareina

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