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Thread: Felix, Silas, or Duncan?
September 15th, 2013 05:38 PM #1Member
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Felix, Silas, or Duncan?
What do you think of these names? Honest opinions appreciated
September 15th, 2013 05:42 PM #3
Felix- I have always liked Felix. I think it has a cool, different and I love names with X in them. I love how it means Happy and Fortunate as well.
Silas- I am a sucker for this name. If names ending in S could work with our last name I would so have this on my list. Its cool vibe, strong, mysterious and wearable. This is by far my fave.
Duncan- I honestly dislike this name. I just dont see it as a name for humans. More so on animals or it could be because whenever I hear this name I think of that movie about the monkey "Duncan Checks Inn" The apes name was Duncan. I much prefer the other two names.
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September 15th, 2013 05:57 PM #5
I love all three, but I think I'm liking Duncan the best right now. It's so friendly sounding. They're all on my list, though.Trying, trying, trying
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September 15th, 2013 06:00 PM #7Senior Member
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We have a similar name style. Silas is my son's name. I love it. It has a very special meaning to us. Some people don't know how to pronounce it, though. Felix was a top contender, too. I think the meaning is just wonderful, but my husband didn't like the cat connection. I am ambivalent towards Duncan.
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