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  1. #11
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    A shame that you're hesitant about using Ramses - that one is practically my definition of a good, strong name. I really love it so much But I do agree that "...s S..." sounds between the first name and the surname can be tricky.

    Aragorn
    Aurelien
    Balder
    Cosimo
    Freyr
    Magne
    Maximilian
    Njord
    Odin
    Stellan
    Storm
    Thor
    Vincent

    I also generally think that most names from the Norse mythology are strong and feisty (and some of them are very unusual).
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    Exporting old Danish names as well as Greenlandic names and sibling names
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    Cosima Ingrid Zenobia "Mimi" • Anna/Matilda Ivalo Galadriel • Asta Catherine Françoise • Anna/Gaia Margaret Undómiel

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  2. #13
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    The first ones that come to mind (and I like Perrin!):

    Levi
    Damian
    Leo
    Craig
    Blake
    Law (Lawson, Lawton)
    Magnus
    Dean
    Kurt
    Riordan
    Lorcan
    Niall
    Jude Casimir-Raphael Benedict-Eli Augustin-Christian Ignatius

    Catharina Elisabet-Lucia Magdalene-Genevieve Ophelia-Marguerite Leonor

    Yelena-Leonor-Solène-Afton-Eamon-Anders-Percy-Lorenzo

  3. #15
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    here's some less common names I really love, perhaps 1 or 2 might fit your style:

    Leon
    Cael
    Odin
    Beckham
    Wyatt
    Walter
    Oakley
    Miller
    Zion
    Heston
    Heath

  4. #17
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    Last edited by iamamiam; September 22nd, 2013 at 02:56 AM.
    Personal Favorites: Mira Cairdeas and Darrow Paine

    Best Wishes To All

  5. #19
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    Quote Originally Posted by shvibziks View Post
    A shame that you're hesitant about using Ramses - that one is practically my definition of a good, strong name. I really love it so much But I do agree that "...s S..." sounds between the first name and the surname can be tricky.
    Ramses is my husband's first choice right now, it may end up being the one because I agree, it is definitely the epitome of a strong name to me as well! Thanks for the affirmation about that!
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