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  1. #11
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    Jun 2011
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    I have always loved Neil! I think it is simply handsome and a name that can carry a man anywhere in life.

  2. #13
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    Apr 2014
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    I really like the names you've already shortlisted! These names may have some similar sounds with Indian names..

    Allan
    Alec
    Asher, Ashwin, Ashley, Ashton
    Chris (Christopher)
    Damon
    Damien
    Jay
    Kellan
    Celian
    Mark
    Ray
    Ruben
    Nathan
    Martin
    Tim (Timothy)

    Would love to hear what you decide on!
    Last edited by lee1981; May 24th, 2014 at 12:37 PM.
    Lee X

  3. #15
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    I really like Samir and Neil. I know an Indian American guy named Neil and so I have really positive associations. Not sure if this would be positive or negative for you, but Samir may get nicknamed Sam in the US.

    Here are my other favorite Indian cross-culture names:
    Ari - one who shows the right path
    Ashwin - brave knight
    Ira - wind god
    若兰

    I'm just a third-culture girl with an affinity for names.

  4. #17
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    Feb 2013
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    Quote Originally Posted by seema369 View Post
    I need help with boy name that sounds english but will go well with both cultures.
    I have looked at the popular one like

    Rohan
    Neil
    Samir

    But I want something that is not too common and unique. I am open to names from any origin.

    We like Aditya but it ends with A which in USA is usually for a girls name.
    What do you think of Aarav,
    My favourite is Rohan : )

  5. #19
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    May 2014
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    What do you guys think of Ryan. In sanskrit Rayan means little prince or person with authority.

    here are some variations of spelling - Raeanne, Rayan, Rayanne, Rayann, Rayaan, Rayyan, Ryan, Reanne, Rianne, Rhiann, Rhianna, Rihanna, Reyann, Rayyan, Rayin, Rian, Rayannah.

    Would it be alight to go with an alternative spelling, I like it spelled as Rayan, what do you guys think.

    Rayan and Rohan are coming out on top right now.

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