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    Lucian Malachi

    What are your thoughts on this combination?

    Hypothetical brothers: Alaric Matthew, Henry Marcellus, Sebastian Rhys and Roland Theodore
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    I like it, especially if you're saying Loo-see-uhn. And it goes well in the sibset, although Lucian and Sebastian might be a bit matchy (if you say it like I do), but they're great names so I wouldn't be bothered.
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    I really like it. It's handsome and unusual. I will admit that it doesn't sound that innocent to me (probably because of Malachi from Children of the Corn combined with a 'Luc' name, which slightly reminds me of Lucifer). That's just me though.
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    Thank you both for your thoughts!

    @myosotis
    I'm stuck between pronunciations. I like both of them, but the Loo - shen pronunciation is more instinctual to me.I seem to be very drawn to -ian names and sounds. I'm trying to decide which one to keep, but I love them all. Julian, Lucian, Sebastian, Gideon, Damian...

    I also have the same problems with Al- names. Alaric, Alasdair, Alexander are some favorites of mine, but I just can't use them on siblings.

    @lerenard
    Oh! It's kind of funny that you said that because I had Lucian Balthazar as another combo choice, but I thought it sounded a bit too 'evil'.
    Considering Beatrix Illyria or Beatrice Illyria...





    Edmund Leander | Peter Orion| Alaric Casimir
    Aleksander Perseus/Perseus Aleksander | Sebastian Rhys | Silas Theodore
    Caspar Frédéric| Gideon Arthur | James Nikodem

    Luna Elisabet Fleur | Isabel Marian Eve | Helen Rosalind
    Lydia Primrose | Charlotte Amara | Freyja Hermione Jade
    Gemma Viviane Lois | Beatrix Lyra | Lilith Seraphine
    Adalind Fox | Katarina Ivy | Maren Annika Lux | Sage | Daisy




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    I like it. I prefer loo-shen, otherwise it kind of ends up sounding like "lucy and malachi".

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