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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.

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    Bellamy
    Calloway
    Willoughby
    Hadley
    Bramley
    Sawyer
    Sylvan
    Sylvanus

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

    All done but still dreaming of
    Atlas Bram, Abel Octavian, Abel Roscoe
    Lyra Blythe, Delphi Winter, Elowen Sage, Inka Blythe

  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.

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  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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