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July 22nd, 2013 11:24 AM #6Sorry for mistakes, I am foreigner.
If you like unusual and remarkable names, use them!
Freya Romilly/ Melody Elysia/ Belle Seraphina/ Eva Melisande/ Elodie Sunniva
Leon Percival/ Tristan Wulfric/ Magnus Oberon/ Finn Beowulf/ Arthur Peregrine
July 22nd, 2013 11:56 AM #8Senior Member
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July 22nd, 2013 12:50 PM #10Senior Member
Mom to Nora Cathleen.
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Declan (Decs/Dex). Miles (Milo). Dean. Euan. Dexter (Dex). John (Johnny). Max. Finn. Leo. Reed.
Gwyneth (Gwen). Elise. Bronwen (Bonnie). Piper. Josephine (Josie). Iris. Margot. Sylvie. Beatrix (Bea). Mary.
July 22nd, 2013 01:01 PM #12
What about Benjamin? More traditional than Bennett, but still a lovely name.
Samuel/Samson/Seth/Silas/Simon - similar to Senan & Matthew
My major problem with Killian for you is that it sounds like a surname and Christie doesn't, so I can see his name being reversed often. I grew up with someone with a name similar to McKenna Grant and his name was constantly flipped to Grant McKenna.
What about Duncan? Similarities to Donnacha, Griffin, and familiar like MatthewLivy/Lucy : Geneva/Gwen : Coralie/Alice : Noelle/Eve
Eli/Bennett : Jude/Zane: Luke/Leo : Levi/Phineas
July 22nd, 2013 01:46 PM #14
I really like both Cillian (prefer this spelling - more traditional) and Matthew (it's handsome and refreshing compared to a lot of the trendy names being used today). Other suggestions, since you said you like Irish and nature names:
Colm/Collum/Callum - means "dove". I prefer Colm.
Conan/Connor - means "wolf", but maybe too associated with Conan O'Brien?
Ronan - means "seal".
Oisín - pronounced oh-SHEEN. Means "deer". Might be too weird for your family, though.
Owen - means "yew tree". Not sure it's special enough for you, though.
Niall - means "cloud".