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  1. #6
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    Some names you may like are:
    Milo, Magnus, Caius, Callum, Owen, Alistair, or my favourite, Henrik.

    I really like Frederick and Ignatius from your list. I think they would be lovely middle names.

    Some possible choices can be:
    Milo Ignatius
    Henrik Nolan
    Frederick Callum
    Owen Frederick

    Best of luck.

  2. #8
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    What about Bertram? Fits with your other names and has similarities to a lot of the names on your lists.

    Roderick? Interesting and similar to Frederick.

    Luther? Great namesake and a cool name.
    Livy/Lucy : Geneva/Gwen : Coralie/Alice : Noelle/Eve
    Eli/Bennett : Jude/Zane: Luke/Leo : Levi/Phineas


  3. #10
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    Good to see you around here! I was wondering how you're doing.

    I love Ignatius with your girls. What do you think of classic names like Peter, Paul, and David? I don't hear them on little boys around here at all.
    Other ideas...I'm sure some of these have come up in your last thread, forgive me.

    Basil
    George
    Theodore
    Linus
    Ian
    Constantin
    Simeon
    Gideon
    Duncan

    Love pp's suggestion of Matthias or Magnus.

  4. #12
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    Quote Originally Posted by emsky View Post
    I love your daughters' names. They go together so perfectly!

    Too bad about Augustus... and about half the ones your husband vetoed! What about...

    Caspar
    Felix
    Tobias
    Auberon/Oberon
    Ozias
    Matthias
    Dexter
    Leopold
    Dominick
    Rafferty
    Magnus
    Darius
    Dorian
    Orion
    Magnus
    Enoch
    Reginald
    Malcolm
    This is a ridiculous question, but how do I pronounce Auberon? Is it oh-brr-on? aw-brr-un? It looks like one I would like, but I"m confused on the pronunciation.

    I have thrown around the idea of Rafferty. I like the sound of that one. Dorian would have been a contender if not for the "D" initial!
    Mom to:

    Gretchen Sofia
    Cordelia Violet

    due July 2013

  5. #14
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    Quote Originally Posted by brigid16 View Post
    Good to see you around here! I was wondering how you're doing.

    I love Ignatius with your girls. What do you think of classic names like Peter, Paul, and David? I don't hear them on little boys around here at all.
    Other ideas...I'm sure some of these have come up in your last thread, forgive me.

    Basil
    George
    Theodore
    Linus
    Ian
    Constantin
    Simeon
    Gideon
    Duncan

    Love pp's suggestion of Matthias or Magnus.
    Constantin might be a nice one. I hadn't thought of that one previously. I wish I could get the image of Peanuts out of my head with Linus. It's actually my grandfather's name (he died long before I was even thought of). I'm not particularly opposed to classic names, I've always been a fan of Nicholas and Alexander, I guess I just wanted something with more punch?
    Mom to:

    Gretchen Sofia
    Cordelia Violet

    due July 2013

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