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December 4th, 2013 09:36 AM #1Senior Member
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Name inspiration needed...
Hiya, as of late I've been looking at my lists and the problem is while I like lots of names, in theory there's not many I would/could use in real life.
I live in the UK and a lot of names I like are quite common, I grew up as one of many Laura's and I'd like to give my child a name that's a bit different, whilst still being easy enough to pronounce & spell.
My favourite name is Saul at the moment. It was only number 515 on the top baby names in UK last year and I feel it meets what I am looking for perfectly.
The more common names I like are Louis, Oscar, Roman, Flynn. I love Cassian but my friend has a Kassius so this is out. I quite like Kingston but not sure if it's a bit too out there.
Any suggestions will be gratefully received!kingston james.
December 4th, 2013 01:58 PM #3
Very low on the UK chart (all below #250), but still easy to spell/say. Known, established names, nothing too cray. These ones I think are the most wearable:
Cormac (sounds so much nicer without my gross American accent)
I like Kingston a lot. I also like Kingsley, which is quite low on the UK list as well.
Miles is great, too. It's less popular on the UK chart (#185) than it is in the US.
December 4th, 2013 07:02 PM #5Senior Member
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Ian Casey sounds awesome and it is sort of like a chopped up version of Cassian.
I love the name Roman, I really like Flynn also.
Saul is not quite my style. Same with Oscar and Louis. If it is pronounced Lewis, I love it. Lou-ee not so much.
Kingston is very handsome and certainly not too out there.
Names you may like:
August * Augustan * Ashton
Kenneth * Kent * Kyler * Kylan
Kendrick * Rylan * Ryland * Jeffrey
Cyrus * Silas * Colby * Caleb
Tobin * Tobias * Kai * Cade
Blaine * Graham * Rhys * Edwin
Greyson * Patrick(pax as a nn) * Pax or Paxton
Harris * Harrison * Hayes * Maximus * Kendall
Davis * Adrian * Adriel * Ivan