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    The Hypothetical Siblings

    What do you think of Fabian (is it FAHbien or FAYbien, anyway?), Cornelius, Ashley (b), and Charley as a sibset? NOTE: THIS IS HYOPTHETICAL. DON'T WORRY THAT I'LL ACTUALLY USE THESE NAMES.
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    I pronounce Fabian Fay-bien. I think the sibset isn't very cohesive, IMO.
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    I know a Fabien (FAY-bee-in).
    I would split this sibset into 2.
    1: Fabien and Cornelius
    2. Ashley and Charley

    Why Ashley for a boy? It's a girls name!

    Beatrice Flora Jane, Clara Felicity Kate, Rosalie Linnea Tess, Alexa Coralie Eve, Emmeline Alaska Sophie,
    Charlie Jay, Gideon Bruce, Henry Liam

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    Adeline, Avalon, Eliza, Greta, Imogen, Isla, Leora, & Winnie.
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    Ashley and Charley stick out like sore thumbs. They are more dated/trendy while Fabian and Cornelius are uncommon and posh. I could see Fabian and Cornelius working in a sibling set. Both Fabian pronunciations are correct. I use the FAH one. Fabian has three different pronunciations according to BehindtheName.

    FAH-bee-ahn (German, Dutch), FAH-byahn (Polish), FAY-bee-ən (English)

    http://www.behindthename.com/name/fabian


    Is Charley for a boy or girl? If it's a girl, what about Charlotta, Charlotte and Charlize nicknamed Charley or Charles for a boy?

    I think Asher would be nice with Fabian.

    @waverly123
    Ashley isn't a girls name. It was originally a boys names, but became popular for girls in I believe the 80's. It's considered unisex now, but like the OP I prefer it for a boy.


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