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April 6th, 2014 04:14 AM #11Senior Member
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- Jan 2014
I apologise if I'm too harsh at times-
Aiden- Prefer Aidan. Nms, but definitely the best (and original) of the -ayden trend.
Aeson (ace-in)- Ace in sounds like a poker term or something.
Axel- Reminds me of a car.
Andrew- Okay, bit boring now.
Angus- Reminds me of the cat from a book I read.
Ansel- Hansel and Gretel, not a fan.
Anthony- I know someone called Anthony! It's quite a nice name.
Aramis (air-uh-miss)- Love this, just reminds me of The Three Musketeers. But I'd say A (as in Apple)-ruh-miss.
Aras (air-us, or r-us)- Instinctively I'd say A (as in Apple)-russ, but if I heard the other pronunciations more, I could come round to them.
Artemas- Love this. Glad you used the Artemas spelling. I wouldn't use Artemis, as (despite Artemis Fowl), it's not only a girls name, but the name of a goddess. As far as I know Artemas/Artemus means gift of Artemis, so can be male (or female).
Asher- Not a fan, Ash hasn't got great connotations for me. I prefer Archer, or Archie.
Ashton- See above. Ashton actually sounds like a ton of ash.
Atticus- I have a friend whose name is said like Attica (but spelt differently), and I just can't bring myself around to liking Atticus.
So, my faves are:
ArasWholocked, history and chemistry loving teenberry (16).Hoping to be a mummy in the very distant future. Dreaming of...♥ Pandora Valencia Fae ♥ Evanthe Lyra Annabeth ♥
♥ Little Misses ♥
♡ Caspian Sherlock Walter ♡ Phoenix Arthur Blaise ♡
♡ Mister Men ♡
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