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  1. #6
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    Jul 2012
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    Rafael and Malachy are definitely my favorites. Rafael is fiery, energetic, and artistic; Malachy is jovial, upbeat, and friendly.
    Emily, 19, Southeastern US.
    College student, name nerd, and generally geeky.
    ♂ | Samuel Edward George Arthur Ezra Gideon James
    ♀ | Jane Helen Anne Cora Phoebe Gwen Catherine

  2. #8
    Join Date
    Jan 2012
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    Love your names! (Only one I don't LOVE is Omar but only because I taught in an International school and it was very common-got sick of saying it-ha!).
    Do you fancy any of these?

    Dashiell
    Mikhail
    Quartz
    Rodin
    Hugo
    Anubis
    Silas
    Alphie
    Goliath
    Roderick
    Evander
    Sachiel
    current favorite names:

    Hugo/Zac/Eero/Reeve/Rafferty/Evander/Otto/Ralph/Otis/Rupert

    Hattie/Reeva/Matilda/Winnie/Priya/Lola/Indigo/Thea/Mela

  3. #10
    I only like Liev of these, and that's just because I like that actor. Rafael might work, but I definitely am not fond of Osiris or Cosmo - reserve those for pets! Omar just sounds ugly, & Malachy/Malachi sounds cool but villainous. Some of the above suggestions verge on awesome and some are just terrible:

    Cool!: Dashiell, Mikhail (but only if pronounced the Russian way, not just a silly "cre8tive" spelling of Michael).

    I like Silas, Hugo, Roderick and Evander but not for actual human beings. Fictional characters, but not people.

    Rodin, Anubis, Alphie, Goliath and Sachiel are utterly ridiculous - again, all good pet names but can you imagine a baby Anubis? A baby named after the jackal-headed god of the underworld?

    My personal favorite boy names tend towards the traditional, but here are some cool ones that are a bit more unusual:

    Leopold
    Augustin
    Bertram
    Johannes
    Thornton
    Asher
    Rowan
    Alexei
    Alistair
    Lucius
    Dermott
    Nikolai
    Leonidas
    Malcom
    Crispin
    Ludovic
    Armand
    Ewan
    Edmund

    Most of these are very dignified, most can be turned into a more casual nickname for a kid, and they've all got a touch of the historical that I enjoy in a name. I don't think I'll have kids but if I ever somehow have a boy, one of these may be his middle name (first name something like Daniel, Liam, Henry or Nathaniel)

  4. #12
    Join Date
    Jun 2013
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    Love Stellan! Sorry for any repeats. Lots of these are on my own list..

    Sylvan
    Levi
    Silas
    Cyprian
    Orion
    Sayer
    Orson
    Sylvie | Ronan | Genevieve | August
    [formerly nj003]

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