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November 6th, 2013 06:08 AM #6Senior Member
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- Jul 2012
- London, England
Well... I didn't expect you to go for Ironside, it's just too awesome not to mention! I will try again... and again and again.
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November 6th, 2013 07:06 AM #8
Just wanted to throw Lysander in the ring - it's a long-time favourite of mine and I love the legend. Similar sound to Alexander, which I see you like, and I think it would be lovely with Persephone!
Here are some other suggestions (apologies for any repeats!):
Atlas (I just love this)
Heathcliff (too Wuthering?)
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November 6th, 2013 11:10 AM #10
Yes, it's very awesome, but not first name material :P
Some likes and comments:
Absalom -- He's the rebellion leader in my novel :P
Ambrose -- Cody said "If not for Kvothe" It's the Patrick Rothfuss book Name of the Wind. He was TERRIBLE
Aurelius -- Guy who has the ability to turn to gold and is burned to death in my novel >.> (I ruin lots of good names :P)
Cassian -- He'd also like to add Caspian
Paladin -- you keep suggesting it and I keep trying to get him to let me use it but he keep saying no *pouty foot stomp*
Prospero -- middle
Sherlock -- middle
Vladimir -- He said maybe. The issue he's having, and I guess I'm agreeing right now is that he loves Vladimir and he loves how it connects to Dracula (he really love Dracula despite the real Vlad's history) but right now, he's hung up on Putin. And I guess I'm sort of turned off for the same reason. BUT I'm going to work through it and try to bring him around. Vladimir is too much of an awesome name.
Jem, thanks! Lysander's actually been on and off the list before, as has Lysandra. We like:
Caspian -- added it
Cassius -- He just loves all the Cass names (I'm serious. He likes Casanova too but we're not using that)
Dante -- We already have Damien and feel Dante and Damien are too much together, but we have it in the middle - Alexander Dante Griffin
Barnaby -- This one is in our Virgil combo -- Virgil Barnaby Rook/Archimedes which is too awesome to break up :P
Apollo -- we have Apollonia on our list
You feel free to keep going. He has a habit of doing the same thing Otter's husband does and sort of flopping around before settling.Mother, Hellenic Pagan Priestess, and Resident Greek name expert ^_^ Call me Dantea or Remy
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November 6th, 2013 11:15 AM #12Member
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- Jun 2013
- São Paulo, Brasil
Thank you for the welcome! I've been lurking for almost a year now and just decided to join the discussions. It's nice to know you liked the names I'm going to try again, but I'm not sure how you're going to like theses ones:
Orson (are the O names too close to Osiris though?)
I ended up including some of my favourite word names, even though I don't know if that's what you're looking for (I see that one of Persephone's middles is Willow, so I assumed it was ok, at least for a middle. She has a beautiful name, by the way).
November 6th, 2013 11:28 AM #14
The only things I can really come up with are:
Castiel - well, you said Cody likes Cass- names :P 'Supernatural' might be an issue or a blessing
Tiberius - an awesome name, plus it has nerd cred! (and I mean that in a good way, haha)
Peregrin(e) - I know you considered Samwise as a middle...
Arathorn - ditto Peregrin
Theodred - a name I adore (also from LOTR), but I'm nowhere near brave enough for
Ferdinand - maybe too common for you?"I have found the one whom my soul loves"
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