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  1. #16
    Join Date
    Jun 2014
    1. Clayton - adorable name!
    2. Everett - I think this is going to be super popular but I do love it.
    3. Clark - Maybe as a middle name? I don't like it as a first.

  2. #18
    Join Date
    Nov 2013
    For you, I would pick Clark because I think it is the most unique. I have never met an Everett though, and it's one of my favorite names. As a 22-year-old Californian, I have met several Claytons, all around my age, none of whom made a good impression, so I am biased against that name and don't see it as unique.

  3. #20
    Join Date
    Nov 2011
    Ontario, Canada
    My order of preference, for you:

    1. Clark - simple, strong, unusual (plus...Clark Kent!!). I've never met anyone with this name. If you want something that stands out, choose Chark.

    2. Everett - handsome, strong, but rising in popularity. I've net 2 in the last year. It's a fantastic name though.

    3. Clayton - I don't love the "Clay" part. I don't think it's a very nice nickname option. It IS unusual though, I'll give it that.

  4. #22
    Join Date
    Nov 2013
    I adore Clark. Love love love. I think it is incredibly handsome, strong yet gentle. I think of Clark Gable: it has a lovely Old Hollywood aura to it. It is familiar: everyone can spell it and say it, but it is not commonly used.
    Girls: Vesper Noble, Anouk Minnie, Yuki Beloved, Momo Flora, Constance Nellie, Esther Opal, Nanette Camellia, Bertie Alma, Bernadette Frances, Prudence Bellamy, Paloma Valentine, Shalom Galilee, Mary Valentine, Agnes Gardenia, Mercy Susannah.

    Boys: Dossie Gardener, Bertram Beloved, Morris Basil, Reginald Noble, Gerald Dove, Humphrey Kip, Amadeus Andrew, Abraham Lou, Thaddeus Palomo, Bernard Prosper, Ernest Francesco, Enzo Raphael, Shalom Valour, Moses Lou, Solomon Thaddeus, Shepherd Andrew.

  5. #24
    Join Date
    May 2012
    Clark is interesting and dignified but has a bit of hipster to it.

    Everett is very nice, but definitely getting more popular.

    Clayton feels unnecessarily long to me, like Clarkson or Coleman. I love the name Clay and adding the -ton feels like you're naming a town rather than a person.
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