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July 21st, 2013 12:59 AM #1Senior Member
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July 21st, 2013 04:42 PM #3Senior Member
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Xavier - ok
Caleb - NMS
Nathan - boring
Ezra - interesting
Jared - dated
Jasper - ADORABLE
Noah - popular
Matteo - interesting
Lucas - ok
Leonado - (r)? - heavy
Joaquin - very specific ethnicity here
Liam - popular
Sawyer - ok
Cato - trendy
James - nice
Julian - NMS
Pierre - a little out there
Charlie - cute, like Charles better
Patrick - ADORE
Jackson - trendy
Emmett - nice
Everett - nice
Bradley - datedCaity
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July 21st, 2013 05:08 PM #5
Xavier - This is my favourite "X" name for boys. Avi could be his nn.
Caleb - A strong Biblical classic. Nicknames could be Cal or Cale.
Nathan - I prefer Nathaniel but Nathan is a fine name too. Nn Nat or Nate.
Ezra - One of the "softer" Biblical names ending in "a" I like for boy. I love Micah too!
Jared - dated
Jasper - Love it! It has a jaunty English flair.Nn Jazz?
Noah - a name that translates well in many cultures. The only drawback is its popularity.
Matteo - an exotic choice that works well with other Spanish, Italian as well as European names. I don't think I like it with something traditional like James.
Lucas - A solid citizen, down-to-earth and dependable. Nickname would be Luke of course!
Leonado - Da Vinci was a Renaissance man so he's a great namesake. I do prefer just Leo on its own.
Joaquin - one of my favourite Spanish names. This name sounds good with more exotic names from Europe. Quin as a nn?
Liam - Overdone
Sawyer - spunky but trendy
Cato - I think of OJ Simpson's houseboy Kato Kaelin.
James - classic and traditional. Jock as a nn?
Julian - a multicultural powerhouse! Love it!
Pierre - I like it but you may get stuck with all French names.
Charlie - I love Charlie - as a nn for Charles.
Patrick - better in the middle spot
Jackson- Prefer just Jack.
Emmett - Handsome
Everett - Awesome and you can use the nn Rhett
Bradley - not a fanAll the best,
July 21st, 2013 05:31 PM #7
Xavier- Very strong and handsome
Caleb- Cute, but popular
Nathan- Same as Caleb
Ezra- Love this name! Very unique, but not too out there
Jared- A little dated, but it's cute
Jasper- Don't like this one
Noah- Love! Very, very popular though
Matteo- Cute, but I would never use it.
Lucas- Cool name
Leonado- I prefer just Leo
Liam- Love this one. It's really popular like Noah
Sawyer- I like this one
Cato- Not a fan
James- This makes a great middle name
Pierre- Very handsome
Charlie- Cute for a child. Theycould go by Charles when he gets older
Patrick- Great name! This name, too me, is like James. Never goes out of style and would be a great first or middle name.
Jackson- I use to love this name, but now that it's so popular I don't love it anymore.
Emmett- Don't like this one
Everett- Adore this one!
Bradley- I prefer just BradMy name is Erin. I am 21 years old and I have loved baby names since I was 10.
Girl names: Juliette Grace, Amelia Ruby, Felicity Kate (or Wren), Lydia Charlotte, Melody Hope, Stella Evangeline, Elena (?), Katrina Evelyn, Amira (?), Eliza Audrey
Boy names: Jonathan Rhys, Roman Isaiah, Jonah Alexander, Gabriel Jude, Chandler (?), Drew Maxwell, Julian Patrick, Leeland Jack, Phoenix Owen, Griffin Everett
July 21st, 2013 05:39 PM #9
Xavier – Always strikes me as low-class
Caleb – Solid, masculine and great
Nathan – Ditto ^
Ezra – I like it
Jared – A little dated
Jasper – Kind of overdone to me
Noah – Too popular, but for great reasons
Matteo – Always strikes me as a pet name for a Matt
Lucas – Strong and masculine
Leonado – Misspell? I like the simpler Leo
Joaquin – Looks good, doesn’t sound good
Liam – See Noah
Sawyer – I’m torn on this one. It sounds good, but I don’t find it masculine
Cato – Trendy
James – Short, simple and classic. Can’t go wrong
Julian – I love that it offers the nickname Ian, but don’t find much special with this one
Pierre – Love
Charlie – Charles is much better
Patrick – Love! One of my favorites
Jackson – Prefer to simple Jack. Jackson is trendy
Emmett – Too many feminine sounds
Everett – A bit better
Bradley – Dated
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