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April 6th, 2014 04:14 AM #6Senior 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:
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April 6th, 2014 04:52 AM #8Senior Member
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- Dec 2013
- New Zealand
Aiden: I like it, but IMO way to trendy now with all the spellings of Aiden and the rhyming names like Kayden, Brayden, Hayden, Jayden etc
Aeson (ace-in): Don't like it sorry
Axel: I quite like Axel
Andrew: I like it. It's a nice classic with some great nickname options.
Angus: I like Angus.
Ansel: I don't like name Ansel. Not my taste.
Anthony: Anthony is an okay name.
Aramis (air-uh-miss) Don't like it. Not my taste
Aras (air-us, or r-us) Don't like it. Not my taste
Artemas Don't like it. Not my taste
Asher I love the name Asher.
Ashton: I love the name Ashton
Atticus I love the name Atticus. One my favourite character names.My top ten names for each gender always subject to chance
Elodie, Willa, Imogen, Isadora, Adira, Lyra,Emmeline, Aya ,Delaney, Alexandra
Lachlan, Callum, Breccan, Torin, Rafferty, Calder, Tavish, Finnian, Archer, Paxton
April 6th, 2014 09:47 AM #10Senior Member
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- Feb 2014
Aiden - Nice. Will probably end up being very dated in the next 10 years or so, though.
Aeson (ace-in) - Dislike
Axel - Handsome, but I don't like the Axl Rose association
Andrew - Not my favourite classic, but a good solid name
Angus - Very Scottish. Like a cartoon Scotsman name. Quite handsome, though.
Ansel - I've never heard this before, no opinion really. Ansel and Gretel jokes could get annoying.
Anthony - Very handsome, although I don't like the usual shortenings
Aramis (air-uh-miss) - Ever so slightly pretentious, but nice enough
Aras (air-us, or r-us) - Noooo! Sounds way too much like arse, especially as r-us. He'd have to stay away from the UK and Ireland.
Artemas - Wasn't Artemis a goddess? This looks like a misspelling of Artemis, so I think it's a slightly strange name for a boy?
Asher - OK
Ashton - I don't like surname names, but it's OK
Atticus - OK
In conclusion, I think we have pretty different styles! My favourite is probably Anthony, and least favourites Aeson and Artemas.Emil - Ingimar - Kjartan - Matthías - Óskar - Róbert
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April 6th, 2014 10:56 AM #12Maebry Eloise o ? ? o ? ?
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April 6th, 2014 11:00 AM #14