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  1. #6
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    Thank you, rkrd.

    I feel Ford, Ash, Aspen, Finn, Winter, Rio, and Rock are too obvious. I do like Ash, Aspen (for a girl), Finn, Winter (for a girl).

    I have Roan or Reid, both meaning "red haired", on my top 5 to honor me.

    Ashford is neat. I love Asher and Asher Boone is on my list.

    I love Kai. It has been off and on my list. It does sound good with my son's name and with my favorites.

    I am not a fan of Winterson and Phineas.

    I am still hoping to find something that means river or rock. Calder "rocky water" fits and I love the name but unsure it works well with my son's name.

    Emmeline Azure o Annabel Waverly -- o -- Maebry Eloise o Story Anneliese
    Piers Lachlan o Charlie Hawthorne -- o -- Tadhg Emerson o Wilder Quinn
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    heart my son

  2. #8
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    Adler is also on my list so I was going to suggest that. Also love Glenn, meaning 'of the valley', but some might find it too old fashioned. Good luck

  3. #10
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    Quote Originally Posted by babyandbean View Post
    Adler is also on my list so I was going to suggest that. Also love Glenn, meaning 'of the valley', but some might find it too old fashioned. Good luck
    I went to junior high and high school with a boy named Glenn that ruined the name for me. Not sure how I would feel about the name if I never knew that person.

    Emmeline Azure o Annabel Waverly -- o -- Maebry Eloise o Story Anneliese
    Piers Lachlan o Charlie Hawthorne -- o -- Tadhg Emerson o Wilder Quinn
    ------------------------ o ------------------------ o ------------------------

    heart my son

  4. #12
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    Mar 2013
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    Here's some nature names that I think are rare. I couldn't find any for river or rock...

    Delta-?
    Dundee-?
    Caspian
    Ranulf
    Wulfric
    Kuma- bear in Japanese
    Granite
    Onyx
    Knox- round hill
    Sirius
    Jasper
    Benno- bear
    Holden- hollow valley
    Maxwell- stream
    Silas- wood
    Roscoe- deer forest
    Arden- valley of the Eagle and Shakespeare
    Adair- Oak tree
    Orson- bear cub
    Phelan- wolf
    Halcyon- Kingfisher bird
    Lupe- wolf

  5. #14
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    Thank you, kadybug.

    Dundee could make a fun middle name. Not sure of my thoughts of it as a first name.

    I do like Caspian. I feel like it is a strong, masculine name but I have never grown to love it.

    Knox would also make a nice middle name.

    I like Silas and Jasper.

    I can only see Beano, the gas drops, for Benno.

    I love Holden. Holden has gone off and on my list

    Emmeline Azure o Annabel Waverly -- o -- Maebry Eloise o Story Anneliese
    Piers Lachlan o Charlie Hawthorne -- o -- Tadhg Emerson o Wilder Quinn
    ------------------------ o ------------------------ o ------------------------

    heart my son

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