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  2. #18
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    Nice! Just curious, what connotation does Bryce have where you live? In America, it has a very cowboy, rugged, western feel to it because there is a really neat national park called Bryce Canyon in Utah. Seth can have that feel too, for whatever reason.
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  3. #20
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    That is a very handsome name! I really like Bryce.

    Quote Originally Posted by sparrowfinch View Post
    Nice! Just curious, what connotation does Bryce have where you live? In America, it has a very cowboy, rugged, western feel to it because there is a really neat national park called Bryce Canyon in Utah. Seth can have that feel too, for whatever reason.
    Weird, I'm in California and that isn't the connotation I got at all from that name. Then again, I'm not familiar with the national park. I always pictured a nerdy-hot English librarian like Rupert Giles.

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    I'm not really sure of the connotation to be honest. It's not a hugely popular name here :-)

  5. #24
    I'm in Australia and Bryce reminds me of the famous aus writter . No cow boy association at all same as Seth. Cow boy names are more along the lines of Ned, Dean,.

    I really like Bryce just a shame the other half said no.

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