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August 5th, 2013 04:54 PM #1Junior Member
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Names for Our Bi-Racial (Asian/White) Baby
So, choosing a good name for our mixed race baby hasn't been the easiest, mostly because I'm just not sure what they will look like! My husband is Filipino and Japanese, and I am Scandinavian and Celtic. We both love our cultures and want to bring them into our baby name. We want a unique but not over-the-top name that is classic with a modern twist. Kind of a hard check list! We don't know yet if it is a boy or girl, and will likely wait to be surprised. These are my top choices, and we could use all the advice we can get!
Maleia Pearl (Leila for short?)
August 5th, 2013 05:12 PM #3
Isla Mei is pretty. Emi is a little cutesy for my comfort level (do you like Emiko Laine nn Emi?). Maleia Pearl would be my second choice. Kaito James is quite awesome. I love the name Silas. Have you considered Silas Kaito as a combo? I find Aiden Elizan too matchy with the "n" endings. I wouldn't worry about the looks of your child. Children have a strange tendency to grow into their names. Good luck!All the best,
August 5th, 2013 05:16 PM #5Mommy to...Maura Lucille
I had a baby today, I would name him/her...
Patrick Donley or Brigid "Birdie" ??? (Robinette... or Belinda... Girl middles are so difficult, too many honor-worthy ladies in my family!)
BOYS: Seamus Arthur, Niall/Neil/Neal James
GIRLS: Deirdre/Deidra "Dear" ??? (Ellen or Suzanne)
August 5th, 2013 06:16 PM #7Name nerd and TTC #1 with PCOS since June 2013
Josephine Louisa, Camille Sara, Eliana Kaye, Miriam, Cecilia
Spencer Duane, Reuben Kevin, Titus Raymond, Theodore, Silas, Jonah, Ezra, Simon
August 5th, 2013 07:03 PM #9Senior Member
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Maybe something like Mariko for a girl? It's Japanese, but definitely has a European flavor to it. Other Japanese girls' names that have that either-way feel (like the names you already listed) are Miya, Akira, Hana, Mika/Miki, Noa, Rin/Rina. For boys names in that category, I'd put Jiro, Ken (and related names), Ryo/Rio.