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February 13th, 2014 10:34 AM #1Senior Member
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Which do you prefer?
I'm trying to cut down my list a little, so I've been grouping names with similar sounds.
What do you think of these names? (be honest) Which are your favourites?
Which do you think are usable/unusable/middles only?
Brennan, Calen, Nolan
Caspian, Darian, Finnian/Phinean, Sebastian
Finnegan, Gilligan, Hartigan
Devin, Peregrin, Severin, Thorin, Torin
Auberon, Ecthelion, Endymion, Gideon, Solomon
Thanks in advance!Victor | Ephraim | Phineas
Trudy | Marceline | Freda
February 13th, 2014 10:41 AM #3
Brennan, Calen, Nolan - Calen is my favorite. Brennan is outdated and my least favorite.
Caspian, Darian, Finnian/Phinean, Sebastian - I like this list really well. Sebastian, Finnian and Caspian are all great.
Finnegan, Gilligan, Hartigan - Finnegan is literary and amazing.
Devin, Peregrin, Severin, Thorin, Torin - This isn't my style. Very mythic sounding.
Auberon, Ecthelion, Endymion, Gideon, Solomon - Again, very mythic and heavy for an adult to wear.
February 13th, 2014 02:56 PM #5Piers Lachlan Wilder
Charlie Bennett Wolf
Oliver Henry Birch
George Emory Tobias
Finlay Radford August
Crispin Everett Gray
Sophie Elizabeth Fable
Grace Margaret Birdie "Birdie"
Emma Jane Magnolia
Lottie Clementine Beatrix/Beatrice
Evelyn ? Dulcie "Evvie"
Alice Madeleine Waverly
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my name list - please vote
February 13th, 2014 03:13 PM #7
Usable First Names (my faves are bolded)
Usable as Middle Names
Auberon - I love this name but he was King of the Fairies so it would be hard for a boy to pull it off as a first name.
Endymion - this would be difficult for a plain boy to bear as a first name
Finnegan - better as a spunky middle name
Hartigan - too surnamey for my taste
Peregrin - spelled this Tolkien way it's better in the middle spot. Peregrine is better as a first name.
Dislike these names...
Calen -lacks substance, I wouldn't use it
Darian - see Calen
Ecthelion - unusable
Gilligan - too connected to the 1960's dim-witted TV character on "Gilligan's Island".
Severin - dislike the meaning
Thorin - only if you're a Tolkien Dwarf.
Last edited by mischa; February 13th, 2014 at 03:16 PM.All the best,
February 13th, 2014 03:16 PM #9Senior Member
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My list of Honor Names, Favorites, and
Just names I find interesting:
GIRLS: Alda, Aldina, Bernice, Carolina, Esmeralda, Glenna, Glennora, Josephine, Lillian, Oliviera, Rosemarie, Valentina
EITHER: Augustine, Harley, Harlen, Ocean, Perry, River, Rowan
BOYS: Alden, Brooks, Euan, Ezra, Gable, Glenwell, Isaac, Jasper, Julian, Mattias, Oliver, Oswald, Wells