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June 25th, 2013 03:48 PM #6Senior Member
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What was your intention when you chose both Gr- names with the other two? Was it coincidence, did you think you wouldn't have more, or did you want them to have matching initials? Just curious. If it was just a coincidence, I think you can use another initial and no one will question it. Or if it was intended, then Grant (or Graham!) works. But I wouldn't feel obligated if I were you. I am one of three girls and two of us have E names and one L, and we never thought anything of it.
Names that end in n: Nolan, Owen, Ewan, Julian, Sebastian, Soren, Declan, Callen, Conan, Ronan, Damien, Calvin....Cassia | Phoebe | Emmeline | Matilda | Dahlia | Rosalind | Vivienne | Miranda
Emmett | Sebastian | Theodore | Vincent | Rafferty | Matteo | Donovan | Wesley
June 25th, 2013 04:14 PM #8
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June 25th, 2013 11:17 PM #12Junior Member
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June 26th, 2013 10:55 AM #14
I think Grant works well with Griffin and Grace. I also like Graham and Grover with Griffin and Grace.
You may also want to consider names that begin with G but not the Gr.
Griffin, Grace, and Glenn
Griffin, Grace, and Gavin
Griffin, Grace, and Garrett
Griffin, Grace, and Guthrie
For names similar to Cohen, consider Colton, Collin, or Coleman - all of which the nn Coe would work.I like simple yet versatile names that work well for the athlete, the comic, the genius, and the judge.