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  1. #1
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    I have a new favourite...

    Breccan.

    Why have I just heard this name today? What do you think? I like the idea of Breccan Wolf/Breccan Amos/Breccan Oscar.
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  2. #3
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    I think it is a very cute name! It has a modern feel.

  3. #5
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    I do like Breccan, it's got the same English/Irish charm as Declan, but with a trendy double "c." I'm a fan.

    Deccan is my favorite variant, though.
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  4. #7
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    Lots of Irish names with a similar feel have been popular in the UK for a while, including Declan - so even though I like the sound of it, it just feels overdone.

    Breccan just feels so earthy yet homely - like a cross of Brennan and Bracken.
    see my extensive name lists here & see my short film here
    alba honey / wilfred leander
    annabel briar / emmett cador
    billie fenella / wilbur jack
    rosemary iseabail / alec emmanuel
    thomasin faye / baez casper

    olivia, eighteen, future filmmaker and mama.
    i live in england with a fluffy black cat, shura

  5. #9
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    Breccan Oscar is really nice, however I also prefer Brennan. It's likely just my accent, but Breccan comes out sounding really phlegm-y when I say it.

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