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  1. #6
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    Jul 2012
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    Vivian matches their names great! I really like the fact they all have 'V's in!

    Boys' names with a 'V' in:

    Calvin*
    Vaughan*
    Kevin
    Evan
    Victor
    Vincent
    Harvey
    Everett
    River*
    Ivan*
    Gavin
    Vance*
    Travis
    Bevan
    Trevor
    Alvin

  2. #8
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    Mar 2012
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    Quote Originally Posted by boyandgirl View Post
    Love Vivian! Think it goes great! I am not a fan of Jethro. How about Jed?
    Since our last name is one syllable I want to stay away from one syllable first names
    Proud Mama to Levi 8/21/10 and Eva 12/5/12

  3. #10
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    Mar 2012
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    Quote Originally Posted by beau123 View Post
    Vivian matches their names great! I really like the fact they all have 'V's in!

    Boys' names with a 'V' in:

    Calvin*
    Vaughan*
    Kevin
    Evan
    Victor
    Vincent
    Harvey
    Everett
    River*
    Ivan*
    Gavin
    Vance*
    Travis
    Bevan
    Trevor
    Alvin
    I was thinking of using the middle name Steven if the baby is a boy, so I want to stay away from names that end in "n". I'm also just not sure if I like any other boys names that have "V" in them. Ugh...
    Proud Mama to Levi 8/21/10 and Eva 12/5/12

  4. #12
    Join Date
    Feb 2012
    Location
    UK
    Posts
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    Dani, (U.K Mumma) Love my kidlets Bailey & Liberty {step mum to angel Calium 17/4/02-25/06/02} <3 K.P.T <3

    Crushes: (B) Phoenix, Elijah, Zeke, Logan,Vincent, Talon, Castiel, Kye, Auron, Levi, Xavier, Harley, Orion, Gunner, Marley, Blaine, Aeydn, Aaron, Roman, Zephyr, Kingsley, Niklaus, Jensen
    (G) Peyton, Ashealia, Madalynn, Ksenia, Genevieve, Isabeau, Talia, Marnie, Wynter, Sofia, Emery, Aria, Avalon, Nova, Luna, Elyse, River, Myka, Bonnie, Gracelyn (combo mine & my mums name)

  5. #14
    Join Date
    Mar 2012
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    Levi, Eva, and Vincent ties well for me - not just the V, but the number of syllables and being fairly classic.
    Levi, Eva, and Victor works too, but most people don't like Victor as much as I do.

    I love the name Vivien but it feels long compared to Levi and Eva. Violet has a 2-syllable sound I think works better. I am really hung up on matching syllable length though, more than a lot of other people are.

    I do think Jethro works. Levi and Jethro have a similar flavour, and of course the length is good with both Levi and Eva.

    Levi and Jethro are two of my favourite boys' names.

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