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  1. #6
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    Quote Originally Posted by natural View Post
    stripedsocks: Dryw, is a new for me. How would you pronounce it?
    Like Drew, but it's not short/kreative for Andrew, it's unrelated and Welsh.

  2. #8
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    Bellamy
    Calloway
    Willoughby
    Hadley
    Bramley
    Sawyer
    Sylvan
    Sylvanus

    Sorry for any repeats.
    Two small people, Mila Arden and Cato Bennett.

    If I had a baby tomorrow...
    Atlas Adair or Lyra Sylvie

  3. #10
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    stripedsocks: Yay, I guessed right!

    Thank you, milasmama!

    Does anyone have any more boy names? The girls are starting to really over power the list.

    Thank you once again.


    aspian Atlas Locke ▪ Ƶephyrus Alan Psalm
    Oberon ▫ Raphael ▫ Sebastian ▫ Orion ▫ Phoenix ▫ Edmund ▫ Jasper ▫ Solomon

    Łiliana Adelia Claire ▪ Ɲoemi Adlumia Fable
    Chrysanthe ▫ Juniper ▫ Isabeau ▫ Camellia ▫ Galilea ▫ Yara ▫ Chloe

    "Ci.eℓ."

  4. #12
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    Yosef, Yeshua, Yakov, Yehochanan/Yochanan, Yuval - Pretty much all Hebrew J names for boys that appear in the Bible are Y names, as Hebrew has no J. I left them off before because I wasn't sure you wanted EVERY Y name so I kept to my top Biblical 4 faves before. These are Joseph, Joshua, Jacob, John, and Jubal in English but the Y forms are legit in Hebrew and used in Israel.

    Yechezkel and Yesha'yahu seem like mouthfuls. Dryw doesn't look so hard now, does it?

    How about I abandon Hebrew for a moment to suggest: Clancy, Yancy, Yarrow, Rory, Gryphon and Gruffydd, Llewellyn...?

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