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  1. #36
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    Apr 2014
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    Louis (pronounced with french accent). I agree with some of you who said that Frederick is an awesome name - I'd pick it as my second favourite. I also like Logan a lot, as well as Milton and classic John.
    M. A. H. 22.

    ♀ Aria * Cecilia * Francesca * Saga * Lavender * Valentina *

    ♂ Noel * Louis * Frederick * Bernard * Edgar * Claude * Heath * Tristan * Keats *

  2. #38
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    May 2014
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    I've been liking Wyatt lately. I love the meaning of it and that it isn't too common (at least where I'm from)
    Not expecting...yet! Just love names!
    Lyric | Ophelia | Shiloh | Delilah | Everly | Leilani | Fianna | Seraphina | Journey | Meadow | Raina | Noelani
    Jasper | River | Ezra | August | Ace | Dominick | Abel | Lincoln | Jett | Kavanaugh | Silas | Lucien

  3. #40
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    Sep 2012
    Location
    Brisbane
    Posts
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    I tend to like classic and irish names when it comes to boys so my current favorites are Benjamin(even though it's really popular), Tristan, Killian, Aidan and Nathaniel


    Ophelia|Athena|Freya|Melanie|Morgana|Cassandra|Imo gen|Noelle|Vanessa

    Benjamin|Tristan|Alexander|Dominic|Aidan|Killian|Z acharias|Oliver|Felix

  4. #42
    Join Date
    May 2014
    Location
    California
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    I had fun reading these.

    If I had to choose my top 3 boy names, they would be Abel, Boaz, and Wolfgang

    Abel - This is my son's name. I think it's one of the best and underused Bible names. (I'm not complaining about the "underused" part - so happy my boy has an uncommon name). Yes, I know that Abel was the first murder in the Bible, but he was also the first to show true faith. (As described in Hebrews 11). One of the things I really like about this name is that I can picture any "type" of man with this name. Both my husband and I have short and tall people on either side, so his genes could go either way. I can picture a big strong man named Abel, but also a "smaller" guy named Abel too.

    Boaz Another OT name that I LOVE. Boaz from the Bible made me fall in love with the name. Not sure if we would use Abel AND Boaz though. They go together well, but maybe a little TOO well.

    Wolfgang
    - This has been my #1 boy name since I was 10 years old. Such a strong name and one that most people like, but not many are ballsy enough to use, ha! A big name. I LOVE the nickname Wolf/Wolfe or Wolfie. I was fully intending to name our first son Wolfgang but chickened out. I'm crushing on the name again - big time, so we will see if we end up using it next time around, if we have a boy.
    | Mama to Abel Benjamin |
    & looking forward to baby number two
    I can't kick this baby name fever.
    Olive | Opal | Eloise | Birdie | Posy | Claire | Mabel | Frances
    Abel | Bay | Boaz | August | Jethro | Francis | Felix | Wolfgang
    [guilty pleasure names abound]

  5. #44
    My favorite boy name is Houston Callahan...no specific reason other than I just like the way it flows.

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