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  1. #1
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    Carden?

    What do you think of Carden O'Leary for a boy? It's either of English or Celtic decent meaning wool carver in English and of black fortress in Celtic. We have one son named Aiven.
    Other names we have considered are:
    Weston
    Caimin
    Brayden
    Connor
    Carter
    Rylan
    Grayson
    Aiven is so different that some of the names I am afraid to go with because they are so popular. Thanks for you help!

  2. #3
    I really Like Carden. It goes well with your son's name too.

    My favorites from the rest of your list are Weston and Connor.

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    Carden is interesting, although I do admit I prefer Weston and Connor. But it does go with your son's name, I like the contrast of the hard consonants compared to Aiven's vowels. Good luck!
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  4. #7
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    I wouldn't have picked Carden out of the name book, but it does sound nice with your surname and seem like a good choice after Aiven. I definitely like it best of your options.

    You might enjoy searching for other obscure English and Celtic type names over at Baby Names Pedia .com .

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    I like it. Carden is a fresh choice, and it goes nicely with Aiven.
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