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Thread: History Boys - Attempt No. 2
June 25th, 2013 01:38 AM #21
What about Hugh? LOL
I'm digging a lot of names on your list. Here are my favourites:
These not so much:
The ones I've liked are, I suppose, more "normal" choices! The ones I've disliked are names that I think sound a bit odd for the real world (just my opinion). Lucius is still my favourite!Audrey - Beatrice - Clara - Daphne - Flora - Jane - Mabel - Susannah
Arthur - Barnaby - Edward - Frederick - Henry - Rupert - Theodore - Walter
June 25th, 2013 01:51 AM #23Girls: Elodie, Madeleine, Juliette, Samantha, Vivienne, Evelyn, Jocelyn & Genevieve
Boys: Benjamin, Micah, Harrison, Jeremiah, Graham, Emerson, Owen & Lincoln
Mommy to my sweet fur baby Moxie!
June 25th, 2013 01:54 AM #25
Algernon -- I LOVE The Importance of Being Earnest! So therefore I LOVE this name!
Ambrose -- I've known an Ambrose or two. Dislike for personal reasons. And it's rather closed sounding.
Attila -- Just do it. Please. For me.
Auberon -- KING OF THE FAIRIES! I would LOVE to be King of the Fairies!
Bensiabel -- Sounds like a girl's name. Sorry. It's the 'bel.'
Casimir -- All I can think is Cashmere!
Damon -- Cool, but again, a bit unexciting for you.
Darius -- Very nice! Wonderful choice!
Endymion -- I don't really know a lot about mythology, so... how do you pronounce this?
Evander -- I would lose it in the abundance of Alexanders. Also less epic than some of your other options.
Gawain -- Guh-wane? Too... twangy for me..
Herne -- Yeah, needs at least one more syllable.
Leonidas -- I like this one. It's crisp.
Leopold -- As opposed to this one. This one drops.
Lucius -- Adore.
Melchior -- Erm, pronunciation?
Odin -- Odin and Aphrodite? Just yes.
Orion -- Also cool.
Percival -- Cute.
Perseus -- Nice, a bit closed though.
Rainier -- Yes, Rainier is quite pretty. I'm rather fond of it. Look up pictures!
Romulus -- Awesome. Just awesome.
Snowdon -- Snowed on. Or snowed in.
Tiberius -- SO MUCH AWESOME.
Xerxes -- Not a fan of X, but still like it.
"dashing, romantic, yet strictly masculine. Imagine Hugh Jackman in a fur lined velvet cape." Let's see, the ones that fit this fabulous description for me are:
Auberon (still prefer Oberon)
TiberiusI'm not feeling incredibly profound at the moment. Check back later.
June 25th, 2013 03:28 AM #27Senior Member
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Like or love - tell you my faves as I tell you in girl baby forum.
Casimir - faves
Gawain - faves
Lucius - faves
Melchior - faves
Orion - faves
Percival - faves
Perseus - faves
Alaric, Antony, Bayard(faves), Cecil, Emrys, Hawthorn, Hector, Jason, Loki, Lugh, Oliver, Robin, Rowan, Rufus, Thor(faves), Wayland, Winterson, Wolfgang
Percival Bayard Robin
Casimir Antony Leonidas
Perseus Cecil Gawain (short one, but lovely)
Melchior Lucius Wolfgang
Endymion Thor Darius
Last edited by theclocktowerofjoy; June 25th, 2013 at 04:29 AM.Sorry for bad English, I am from other country
June 25th, 2013 08:26 AM #29Senior Member
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Also, maybe you already heard this name, but I think Cormac is something you might like. Am I wrong?Sorry for bad English, I am from other country