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Thread: Water Names?
August 20th, 2013 08:41 AM #6Junior Member
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I think my preference for River on a girl comes from Doctor Who. I think I'm definitely gonna trash it as too close to Rigby for my tastes.
I'm loving all the suggestions especially Lake and Dylan (with the 'y' I'm afraid liviajoan ). Dylan is statistically way, way more popular than my tastes usually lean, but I've actually only run into one when I was in gradeschool and she was a girl.
I still like Calder/Caulder but the more I say it the more it sounds like cauter- you know cauterize?
I'm so picky! Please keep the suggestions coming!
August 20th, 2013 09:53 AM #8
I like Calder a lot. I met a guy once whose name was Caulder, so I'm not opposed to the spelling, although I do prefer Calder. While I like River for a boy, I like Rivers even more. I couldn't tell you why. Brooks is nice. What about:
Caspian (for the Caspian Sea. The Prince Caspian tie is pretty cool, too, I think)
Kai (means "ocean" in Hawaiian, I believe?)
That's about all I've got, and I'm sure both have been suggested. There's Oceane/Oceana for a girl, but I'm not sure there's a male alternative. I like the suggestion of Bay, too. I think that's sweet for a boy. Or Harbor/Harbour! How do you feel about Harbour? I think it's lovely, and like Harper, but with more masculine/nature ties... I think Bailey nn Bay is really fun, but most people don't share my love for Bailey on boys these days.
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August 20th, 2013 11:47 AM #10Senior Member
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August 20th, 2013 06:55 PM #12
sorry if any of these are repeats
Aberforth - from the river
Beck - stream
Calder - stream
Caspian - Caspian Sea
Conway - holy water
Dylan - son of the sea
Douglas - dark river
Hurley - sea tide
Lachlan - from the land of lakes
Laiken - lake
Marlow - drained lake
Mortimer - still water
Neptune - God of the Sea
Poseidon - God of the Sea
Kai - sea
Zale - strong sea
Marlin - fish
Finn - shark finn, dolphin finn, etc
Fontaine - Fountain
Nalin - flower that grows in muddy water
August 20th, 2013 09:03 PM #14