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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.
    olivia, seventeen, vegan film student and owner of fluffy black cat Shura!

    dreaming of sublime little darlings...
    Emmett Nicholas Nancy Lilith Huey Caspian Rosemary Una Emmanuel Baez Lettie Bluebell Wilfred Alec Fenella Bea Rufus Jack Annabel Briar Virgil Eoghan Maud Evangeline Amos Elm
    ...the smell of springtime air, freckled knees, damp hair.


  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.
    What's in a Name? That Which We Call a Rose by Any Other Name Would Smell as Sweet.
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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.
    olivia, seventeen, vegan film student and owner of fluffy black cat Shura!

    dreaming of sublime little darlings...
    Emmett Nicholas Nancy Lilith Huey Caspian Rosemary Una Emmanuel Baez Lettie Bluebell Wilfred Alec Fenella Bea Rufus Jack Annabel Briar Virgil Eoghan Maud Evangeline Amos Elm
    ...the smell of springtime air, freckled knees, damp hair.


  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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