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August 20th, 2013 05:45 PM #6
Wonderful list! Not too weird at all!!! The one I question is Warwick, which I personally just don't like the sound of much. Skyler and Jasper are a bit more common then the rest of your names, but that's ok, if you love them.
My personal favourite: Leif. I love this name...
My favourites with Griffyn and Azalia: Sterling or Peregrine. I actually like how Peregrine shares the 'n' ending with Griffyn and is longer/more syllables like Azalia. In my opinion it works.
I also like:
Leonardo, tho its maybe a bit much
Casparo, this one is cool!
Quillan and Stellan, but I also say these maybe match Griffyn too much with the 2 syllables ending in 'n'.
August 20th, 2013 05:59 PM #8Member
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I love the name Leif! (I think that is what you meant anyway--Lief isn't a name). It is simple and strong and masculine, but also seems to fit a little boy quite well.
I also like Peregrine, but prefer the nicknames "Pippin" or "Pip."
And I like Stellan well enough. I don't think it sounds feminine despite its similarity to Stella.
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August 20th, 2013 06:03 PM #10Senior Member
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August 20th, 2013 06:03 PM #12
[QUOTE=mvictorm;2032580]Mischa - you are right! I spelt Leif wrong. I wasn't trying to introduce a new spelling! Yeah family member said the same thing about Griffyn and the "en" sounding names being too similar. I am not sure what I think about the endings sounding the same. Too me it feels like they go more together, but its definitely something to consider.
Regarding Peregrine - I love the name and since it's three-syllables, it's not as matchy with Griffyn as the other two-syllable names ending in "n" like Stellan. Besides, if you call him Perry most of the time, then it's a non-issue.All the best,
August 20th, 2013 06:28 PM #14
I like Jasper(though it may be too popular for you), Lev(or Leo if that's a choice), and Warwick best from your list. Sterling is okay as well, it just doesn't quite seem to match with your other children to me. Have you considered Liev? That variation is sort of a mix between Lev and Leif, so it might be something that's up your alley. Like you said, you do have plenty of time left to decide. Good luck! =]Dominic James~ (Felicity : Julia : Rowena : Gabriel : Jude)