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August 18th, 2013 02:24 PM #6
Ludovic Zen (nice one)
Armand Valentino (if you want something really romantic!!!)
Cyrus Etienne (oh, I love this one!)
Silvan IgnatiusAll the best,
August 18th, 2013 02:44 PM #8Senior Member
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Only doing combos with my favorite firsts...My favorite of all of your first name options is Marius. I like Léo, but fear that, even with the accent, it will be misspelled and mispronounced as Leo (lee-oh) often.
Felix Barnaby, Felix Blair, Felix Crispin, Felix Emile, Felix Irving, Felix Lloyd, Felix March, Felix Pascal, Felix Rainier, Felix Shion, Felix Valentino
Kendrick Etienne, Kendrick Blair, Kendrick Shinobu, Kendrick Emerson, Kendrick Emile, Kendrick March, Kendrick Orlando, Kendrick Zen
Léo Everest, Léo Ignatius, Léo Irving, Léo March, Léo Oberon (though Léo Auberon would sound much better), Léo Pascal, Léo Rafferty, Léo Rainier
Marius Arthur, Marius Blair, Marius Henry, Marius Indigo, Marius Irving, Marius Lloyd, Marius Lorcan, Marius Oskar (prefer Oscar spelling), Marius Rainier, Marius ShionAmedeo Ariel Dmitri EnjolrasArtemis Cicely Elisabeth Evangeline Mirabelle Ophelia Rosalie Titania
August 18th, 2013 07:26 PM #10
sorceress: Thank you I like all of those combinations!
atom_reed: Thank you for answering my topic. I really like: Cyrus Barnaby, Cyrus Gideon, Cyrus Shinobu, Magnus Lloyd, Magnus Arthur, Silvan Pascal, Hollis Arthur, Hollis Oberon, Ludovic Milligan, Ludovic March, Ludovic Henry, Alfred Irving, Alfred Lorcan, & Hugh Ignatius.
dovah: Thanks so much! I like Alfred Shinobu, Alfred Sebastian, Felix Oberon, Felix Ozias, Foster Ignatius, Foster Shinobu, Kendrick Oberon/Ozias, Ludovic Henry/Oskar, Magnus Etienne, and Silvan Dominic/Everest/Orlando
rkrd: I like the names but I'm not sure it flows well as they both end in -O?
mischa: Thank you. I like many of these. I agree that Armand Valentino has a very romantic feel to it Cyrus Etienne is gorgeous as well.
bibliophile: No worries, there's a lot of names there so I don't expect everyone to go crazy on making combos. I've pretty much accepted that Léo may have some issues, but I adore this name for my son, so I think I'd be willing to roll with it in his case. He'll be raised with French. You put together some amazing combinations. Regarding Auberon, I just can't get past the Au- which is visually unpleasant for me when it begins a name; thus the Oberon spelling for my list.