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March 15th, 2014 12:13 AM #1Senior Member
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boy list#2Butter ball or pumpkin due November 2014
Married my best friend 05-11-13
Riley Bean went to be the Lord Summer of 2013...almost 2 months
March 15th, 2014 12:27 AM #3Senior Member
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- Ontario, Canada
March 15th, 2014 12:44 AM #5
Augusten (prefer August or Augustus)
Ellison (sounds too much like Alison)
Sutton (this is a popular girls name in the south)
Zia (this means "aunt" in Italian)
I've pretty much tossed everything that's surname sounding or names I think are a bit pretentious.
Move these to your middle names list:
Audrey - Beatrice - Clara - Daphne - Jane - Margaret - Susannah - Violet
Arthur - Barnaby - Edward - Frederick - Henry - Rupert - Theodore - Walter
April 8th, 2014 02:00 PM #7Senior Member
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Zacharias - Love this one! It sounds very studious yet strong and handsome.
Grey - I like the uniqueness of Grey or Gray. I also love color names.
Huxley - Very cute and the simple Hux is an adorable nn.
Roark - Has a strong handsome sound.
Remington - Very cool! Reminds me of a 007 character.
Thomas - Love Thomas! It is one of my favorite classics. It is a family name for me which makes it more special.
Sutton - I like Sutton better on a girl. JMO
Joseph - I love Joseph! Also love Joe for a nn
Moses - I personally love biblical names and Moses has so much strength!
Solomon - Again, such strength!!! One of my favorites!
Hudson - Great name! It signifies nature, community an history. I love it!
Autry - Very handsome! It has softness and strength all in one!
Wylder - Again, like Autry is very handsome! I love it!
Ace - It sounds very cool! However, I can't get Ventura out of my head or some reason.
Balthazar - I'd definitely use this for a mn. Very cool!
These are my favorites from your list. You have some very cool names here. Good Luck making it shorter!
April 9th, 2014 03:07 AM #9
4. Augusten - I prefer the Augustin spelling.
Balthazar - I absolute adore Balthazar, but I'm not sure how usable it is as a first name. It would work great as unexpected middle.
Henri - I don't think most people would know that Henry and Henri are pronounced differently unless the language is spoken predominately where you live. If you live in a place Quebec I could see it working.