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  1. #1
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    Favorite "Western" names for boys?

    I've been super into Western baby names lately - rugged names for cowboys and lumberjacks, with some overlap from Deep South naming traditions. So far, I really like:

    Wyatt
    Corbin
    Zacharias
    Bronson
    Clint
    Tex
    Carson
    Jesse

    There are some that I should like, in theory, but sound too dated to me. Does anyone have any favorite names in this category that I've missed? I really want to redo my boys list, and need some outside inspiration! Thanks in advance!
    Lilibeth Pearl - Odette Lysandra - Allegra Snow - Zinnia Ophélie - Hera Magdalen
    Emery Lawrence - Viggo Augusten - Johan Irving - Anders Maël - Jules Quincy - Magnus Luther

  2. #3
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    Oh wow, I think my favorites would have to be Maverick, Sawyer, and Destry. They all give me a hipster-y, western, cowboy vibe!


    loco for rococo


    loves: Vespera, Venus, Thisbe, Zula
    Napoleon, Percival, Tavish, Sverre, Vega


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  3. #5
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    I've always loved Zane. It feels pretty cowboyish to me. There's also Booker, Boone, and Grayson, and even Judson, Jackson, or Jax, which all seem to have a semi cowboy vibe. Zane's my favorite, though.

  4. #7
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    Phoenix....arizona
    Stetson.....looks like a cowboy hat
    Prescott....arizona
    Austin...Texas
    Marshall...a caretaker of horses
    West
    Weston
    Winslow....another arizona town, don't like it much for a name, but it could work
    Portland
    Salem
    Denver
    Dallas
    Houston
    Francisco
    Berkely

  5. #9
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    Shane and Levi come to mind!
    From our ancestors come our names, but from our virtues our honors. ~ Proverb

    Caroline Grace, Luke Donovan

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