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July 22nd, 2013 11:24 AM #6
Sorry for mistakes, I am foreigner.
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Melody Elysia, Belle Seraphina, Freya Elysande, Briony Rosaline, Aurora Cecily, Charlotte Romilly, Lotus Dorothea
Leon Percival, Edmund Theoderic, Magnus Oberon, Finn Beowulf, Tristan Gilbert, Arthur Peregrine, Thorin Elliot
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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- Feb 2013
Declan (Decs/Dex). Miles (Milo). Dean. Euan. Ronan. Dexter (Dex). John (Johnny). Max. Finn. Reid.
Gwyneth (Gwen). Elise. Bronwen (Bonnie). Mary. Piper. Josephine (Josie). Iris. Margot. Sylvie. Edith (Edie).
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 MatthewOlivia/Livia/Livy/Liv : Thessaly/Darah/Bethel : Noelle/Eve
Benedict/Eli: Jude/Zane: Luke/Darius : Levi/Phineas/Calvin
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".