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    WWYN a child with the surname Wind?

    As the title says, what would you name a child with the surname Wind (pronounced like the wind in the willows)? Boy or girl, or both.

  2. #3
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    It really depends on your naming style! I think that the surname is quite accommodating of most names but some of my favourites would be longer names for girls:
    Juniper Wind
    Filomena Wind
    Genevieve Wind
    Aurora Wind
    Josephine Wind

    And for the males a strong name would be the best imo:
    Atticus Wind
    Arthur Wind
    Caspian Wind
    Louie Wind
    Bennett Wind

    More clues on your style would help and then I will revise my list X
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    Well, I would go for something nature so the name would sound romantic...
    Rosalie Wind
    Raina Wind
    Juniper Wind
    Peony Wind

    Florian Wind
    Amory Wind
    River Wind
    Harbor Wind
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    Word last names are tough. I have one and it makes me sad that I can't use a lot of word names that I love. Even the regular flower names would sound funny.
    I wouldn't use any word names with the last name Wind either. Stick with something that is strictly a name and nothing with a W. Something with more than one syllable would likely sound nicer too.

    Names like Evelyn, Amelia, and Arianna all sound good with the last name Wind.
    For boys: Tristan, Ethan and Logan

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    Yikes, that is a challenge. Definitely rules out all the word names.

    It's nice that it's a single syllable, though--you can use long, elaborate first names.

    I'd use...

    Ailsa Wind
    Aurelia Wind
    Coraline Wind
    Gemma Wind
    Isadora Wind
    Phoebe Wind

    Felix Wind
    Julian Wind
    Leander Wind
    Maximilian Wind
    Sebastian Wind
    Gwen
    College student, bookworm, terrible influence.
    Owner of a cat: Minerva "Minnie"


    Current favorites:
    Mazarine Cosima Odette Ailsa Celia
    Prosper Finn August Malcolm Zephyr

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