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  1. #1
    Join Date
    Aug 2013
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    Hi, im new and looking for some advice

    hi all, im new to the nameberry forums but I am a fellow name love and enthusiast! I was hoping you could critique my name list and maybe even pair some middle names for me?

    Alexander
    Arthur
    Atticus
    Charles (Charles Raymond Alexander is set in stone)
    Finn
    Graham
    Henry
    Isaac
    Magnus
    Louis (loo-ee)
    Noah
    Phineas
    Roman
    Theodore
    Tobias
    Willard
    William

    I realise that some of these names may not be to other peoples taste, but thanks in advance for any feedback!
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  2. #3
    Join Date
    Oct 2012
    Location
    Northern Ireland/England
    Posts
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    Alexander - a strong and handsome classic
    Arthur - one of my favourite names, I love it
    Atticus - I've never bed a fan of this. I just see the word 'attic'
    Charles (Charles Raymond Alexander is set in stone) - Charles is another name I really love. Not fussed on Raymond, it just feels like an old man's name to me, but there's nothing wrong with it
    Finn - I like this
    Graham - NMS
    Henry - another love!
    Isaac - really like this too
    Magnus - NMS
    Louis (loo-ee) - meh
    Noah - I do like Noah. It's popularity is rather annoying though
    Phineas - not a fan
    Roman - I like Roman but prefer Rowan
    Theodore - love Theodore!
    Tobias - and I love Tobias!
    Willard - NMS
    William - much better than Willard

    Seems our style crosses over a lot, with some exceptions of course.
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  3. #5
    Join Date
    Feb 2013
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    Welcome to Nameberry!

    Alexander - I really like this name and a future son will have this as a middle name because it a family name.
    Arthur - This is one of my favourites and will be a middle name.
    Atticus - I'm not a fan of this name at all, I find it a little too posh sounding.
    Charles - I like this but I would only ever use it as a middle name.
    Finn - I do like this name but it prefer Finlay or Flynn.
    Graham - I not a fan of this name. I just find it a bit dated and I only now men in there fifties with this name.
    Henry - This is on my list but will probably be used as a middle name.
    Isaac - I have been thinking about putting this on my list lately but I'm still not sure.
    Magnus - I think of this as a dog name. Would be nice in the middle name spot.
    Louis - I really like this name but I would only use it in the middle spot.
    Noah - One of my all time favourites.
    Phineas - I don't like this at all as it quite tied to the programme Phineas and Ferb. It could be a long form for Finn.
    Roman - I do like this name but I prefer Romeo but I would only use either in the middle spot.
    Theodore - Not a fan of this. I like the Theo part but not the Dore one.
    Tobias - I don't like this either, it looks like To Bias.
    Willard - I don't like this either. It sounds really posh.
    William - I really like this, it's a family name so I would use it in the middle spot.

  4. #7
    Join Date
    Aug 2013
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    Quote Originally Posted by hanniekitt View Post
    Alexander - a strong and handsome classic
    Arthur - one of my favourite names, I love it
    Atticus - I've never bed a fan of this. I just see the word 'attic'
    Charles (Charles Raymond Alexander is set in stone) - Charles is another name I really love. Not fussed on Raymond, it just feels like an old man's name to me, but there's nothing wrong with it
    Finn - I like this
    Graham - NMS
    Henry - another love!
    Isaac - really like this too
    Magnus - NMS
    Louis (loo-ee) - meh
    Noah - I do like Noah. It's popularity is rather annoying though
    Phineas - not a fan
    Roman - I like Roman but prefer Rowan
    Theodore - love Theodore!
    Tobias - and I love Tobias!
    Willard - NMS
    William - much better than Willard

    Seems our style crosses over a lot, with some exceptions of course.
    Thanks for the feedback! The reason Raymond is in the combo for Charles is because it is the name of my grandfather who sadly passed away a couple of years ago and I really wanted to honour him.
    MaddieFleur, Name Lover, Someday Mummy

    For my little ladies: Evie, Tessa, Charlotte, Leah, Millie, Poppy, Cara, Juliet, Ottilie, Isolde, Rosalind, Martha
    For my dashing gents: Finn, Charlie, Isaac, Louis, William, Rory, Roman, Arthur, Leopold, Nicholas, Alexander, August

  5. #9
    I like a lot of your names. Overall as a sibset I think they wouldn't match, but I like the names.

    Alexander - Handsome, and Alex is cute
    Arthur - Nice as a middle
    Atticus - Makes me think of an Attic
    Charles (Charles Raymond Alexander is set in stone) - I looovvvve Charlie
    Finn - Handsome
    Graham - LOVE! Very handsome sound and look
    Henry - I like this a lot. It is a very well-aging name
    Isaac - Handsome
    Magnus - A little odd, yet has a nice feel to it
    Louis - not my style, but not bad
    Noah - really like this
    Phineas - Not my style at all. I really don't like it
    Roman - my cousin's name It's pretty cool
    Theodore - I love the choice of nicknames! Theo, Ted, Teddy, Tad, Teo, Terry, Thad, Bear, Beaver, Dory, Odo, etc
    Tobias - Not my style at all
    Willard - kind of awkward sounding, no offence. It makes me think of ducks. (Mallard)
    William - handsome, and a good royal connotation

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