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  1. #1
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    Graydon

    Hi all,
    My husband and I are having a boy and we want to name the baby a g name. We like the name Graydon but my husband worries that it is not very popular. What do think?

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    Eh, it's really not my style. It sound like Braden and Grayson smashed together.

    It also has a forlorn quality. Graydon sounds like it could be the name of the evil dragon in some medieval fantasy series.

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    Grey is gaining popularity. However, I think Graydon is nice too. Other g names:

    Gale
    Gage
    Gannon
    Gardiner
    Gibson
    Gil
    Grover
    Glenn
    Gordon / Gordy for short.
    Gram
    Greyson

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    Sorry, I have an immediate negative reaction to anything that rhymes with Aiden. So overdone lately.
    Mom to Sylvia Caron and Linus Roman



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    Quote Originally Posted by smismar View Post
    Sorry, I have an immediate negative reaction to anything that rhymes with Aiden. So overdone lately.
    Agreed. It's so trendy, combining the Gray- names and -aiden trend.
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