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    I need Distinctive but not at all Odd.. Any Ideas?

    Husband and I have completely different taste in names! I like distinctive names. Names not in the top 1000 preferably, but no less than 500. Hubby likes common, trendy names.. He veto's every single name I suggest. Is it possible to find something that fits both criteria ?

  2. #3
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    What about a distintive name that shares some of the more popular nicknames? some suggestions:

    Archibald nn Archie
    Dashiell nn Dash
    Leonard (#687) nn Leo
    Leander nn Leo, Anders
    Caspian nn Ian
    Winston nn Win, Winnie
    Wallace nn Wally
    Kingsley (#625) nn King
    Augustin nn Auggie, Gus
    Roscoe nn Russ
    Edmund nn Ed, Eddie, Mondo
    Eleazar nn Eli, Zar

  3. #5
    When I think distinctive, but still familiar...
    Wilder, Evander, Calder, Merrick, Langston, Ezekiel, Nash, Bowen, Truman, Emrys, Soren, Henley, Finnegan, Grayer, Thompson, Jago (jay-go, Spanish version of Jacob), Justus, Vance, Grady, Pax, Radley, Jameson, and of course Callen/Callan, my chosen name.

    Not sure about the popularity of some of these, but hopefully this helps!
    18 | Name lover | No babies, just planning.

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  4. #7
    I like Abram :-) Simon, Selwyn... What category are you looking at, English names?

  5. #9
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    Last edited by nooshi; July 6th, 2014 at 05:08 PM.
    Momo Flora
    Dossie Roland

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