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August 2nd, 2013 02:56 AM #6Senior Member
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What about... Hayes and
Ackers- not on list...
Aldo-534 last year
Clyde-not in top 1000 for atleast 13 years...
Fletcher-791 (Fletch is not on list)
Floyd-Not in top 1000
Gable-not in for at least 13 years
Otis-not on top 1000
Wyn-not in top 1000 for atleast 13 years...
Hayes is 689...
I like the name Wylie...
I suggest Hayes and Ackers. Clyde and Hayes. Hayes and Rufus. Hayes and Todd. Hayes and Gable?
Just saw the name Fielder...thought it may appeal?
Last edited by mkmlvr; August 2nd, 2013 at 04:31 AM.
August 2nd, 2013 06:30 PM #8
We're naming our son Job and the name has never been in the top anything! Well, it is popular in the Netherlands, but that's about it. Good luck!Mommy to:
Amaré Elyse . Her name is the present infinitive of "to love" in Latin, and we pronounce it Am-uh-RAY.
Job Marcellus. We call him Joby.
August 2nd, 2013 09:55 PM #10
August 3rd, 2013 12:34 AM #12Senior Member
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- Jan 2011
On the plus side, I like Wylie, it's a logical combination with Hayes. On the downside, Wylie sounds a lot like Riley which is quite popular (for both boys and girls). And if he goes through a normal development of speech with Rs sounding like Ws for a while, people really will think he is Riley. All in all, an OK choice. Wylie sounds great with James.
River is less my style but reasonable. The natureness of it will make Hayes's name seem more like Haze. It's much more hippy than Hayes. Wouldn't be my pick, but it's not something I can advise against or anything.
Lincoln and Hayes concerns me because there was a president Hayes, so you've got two presidents, and one a lot more memorable than the other.
Wilder is pretty cool but it begs the "than what" comments. Upshot of Wilder is it sounds less like Riley and you could do Wilder nn Wylie.
Roman, Everett, and Cole are great but I think have a better shot at skyrocketing up the charts?
Really liking Brooks for you.
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August 3rd, 2013 10:40 AM #14