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February 3rd, 2014 12:09 PM #6
They are all OK as a middle names.Edmund, Edward, Beowulf, Arlo, Robin, Thorin, Emil, Erik, Lysander, Magnus, Percy, Orpheus, David, Edgar, Roland, Gaspar, Wesley, Thierry, Gustav, Joshua, Ludwig, Lucius, Harley, Godfrey, Ansel, August, Harold, Hugo, Amadeus
Rosalyn, Griselda, Dorothea, Charlotte, Cecily, Anastasia, Dulcie, Elaine, Freya, Seraphina, Bethany, Aurora, Amoret, Blanche, Georgina, Cvijeta, Millicent, Melody, Valkyrie, Lenore, Juliet, Celestine, Bridget, Sunniva, Nimue, Madelief, Isabella, Helena, Flora, Isolde
February 3rd, 2014 05:39 PM #8Member
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Personally, I don't like any of these names, and would never use them, even for a middle name.
February 4th, 2014 06:35 AM #10Senior Member
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Castle - nice!
Lucky - it's a personal gp
Dove- beautiful and uncommon bird name
Glacier - nice!
Night - love it and for a boy I like Night/Knight
Rosepetal - my mom has a cousin named Rosebud
Barrow- Male, Middle Name
Cinnamon- there's a newscaster (female) here named Cinnamon. Cimarron feels slightly more masculine
Amity - it's OK. I don't get the hype
Peace - only as a mn; it doesn't sound right as a fn. Pax or Paz would be better
Chartreuse - only as a mn
Fantasia - sounds tacky
Texas - not into state names but Texas feels masculine. There is an actor named Texas Battle and the nn Tex is pretty common in the South. If she's on the chunky side she'll hear a lot of 'everything's bigger in Texas' jokes.
Moonchild - seems like a faux hippie 'try hard' name
Fox * Rohan * Jade * Shea * Eden * Blaise * Greer
Lotus * Noor * Tallulah * Jasper * Linden * Arden
February 4th, 2014 01:50 PM #12Senior Member
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Maximilian "Max" Chase | Nikolai Michael | Leo Anderson
Amara Juliette | Stella Mae | Marina Louise
February 4th, 2014 02:15 PM #14
Castle - No. I don't even think it makes sense as a name.
Fantasia - Stripper
Lucky - Dog
Dove- Maybe cute as a middle. Otherwise no
Glacier - Again, I don't even think this makes sense as a name
Night - No
Texas - No. So many Texas jokes made already, I can't imagine if some poor child was named Texas
Amity - I like it. I knew an Amity when I was a teenager.
Peace - Maybe as a middle.
Temperance - Too Puritanical for me
Venice - NO. Not for a boy. I know 2 girls named Venice (one as a fn, one as a mn). It's 100% feminine to me
Rosepetal - Ew
Moonchild - Ew. Come on now. That's no better than Moon Unit or Diva Thin Muffin Pidgen.
Pegasus - Dog
Compassion - No
Chartreuse - Terrible
Periwinkle - Have you thought about yelling the name "Periwinkle" out on a playground?
Valley - Pretty word, but it doesn't work as a name.
Earth - No
Atlantis - - I prefer Atlas. But Atlantis could work, only as a middle
Cinnamon - DOG
Poseidon - Middle only, perhaps. I think it's too grand of a name to slap on a child, though.