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  1. #1
    Join Date
    Jul 2013
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    What name goes with Polichetti?!

    I am having the hardest time figuring out a boy name that sounds really good with Polichetti (pronounced Pole-ah-chetti). My husband like's his own name, John (of course) but as I've been on the hunt, I can't find anything that goes with that last name that sounds great. I would like a more unique name, but nothing too unique that they'll have trouble with Any ideas would GREATLY be appreciated!

  2. #3
    Congrats!
    I do think short but strong first name sounds best with your complex 4 syllable surname.. I'd probably go with a maximum of 2 syllables.
    I would also avoid names with strong 'oh' sounds (as in Marco) or 'ee' sounds (as in Rory) as will be too repetitious with Polichetti
    Although in lots of cases I like alliteration, with your surname already a bit of a mouthful, I'd be crossing all P-names off your list.

    Without any other info on what names styles you like, here are some suggestions:

    Troy
    Jack
    Noah
    Mac
    Sam/Samuel
    Heath
    Evan
    Levi
    Dexter
    Finn
    Angus
    Tom
    Marcus
    Bram
    Flynn
    Zane
    Ned
    Dane
    Joss

    Let me know if any of these appeal!

  3. #5
    Join Date
    Jun 2011
    Posts
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    Slave Bracelets had some great suggestions. I have a friend with a very difficult Polish surname. She gave her boys traditional names and I think it goes very well. I really like Jack!

  4. #7
    Join Date
    Nov 2012
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    Alabama
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    Bryant Polichetti
    Oliver Polichetti
    Brandt Polichetti
    Graham Polichetti
    Jace Polichetti
    Kellan Polichetti
    Mark Polichetti
    Gage Polichetti
    Samson Polichetti
    Craig Polichetti
    Damien Polichetti
    Bryce Polichetti
    Callan Polichetti
    Everett Polichetti
    Hallam Polichetti
    Ian Alexander Cameron Blaise Damien Cole Axel Sean Callum Bryce Lennox Beau
    Blair Annevieve Camryn Atalya Piper Caydence Tallulah Sage Senna Kai Haven Lux

  5. #9
    Join Date
    Jan 2010
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    503
    Polichetti? With a longer syllable name, I'd consider balance things out by going with a shorter 1 or at most 2 syllable name. Under the List tab, you can see under Name Image for the list that's under Unique Names to help narrow things down. It may be best to communicate with your husband why he likes his name specifically. Why don't you dust off those family trees to see what has worked in the past and also more importantly to honor your heritage?
    * 5 easy ways to judge a baby name
    http://nameberry.com/blog/5-easy-way...ge-a-baby-name

    * 21 other baby name rules worth following
    http://nameberry.com/blog/no-dumb-na...orth-following

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