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Thread: Can you think of names like...
July 16th, 2014 03:44 PM #1
Can you think of names like...
Teague, Ewan and Nolan?
A lot of my favorite boys names are in the top 100 and my husband does NOT want a common name as he grew up with one. I really like Teague and Ewan but am looking to add some more names to my list for when we start trying to conceive in a few years. His favorite names are Owen and Nolan but like I said, they are too popular for our liking.
So please tell me what names you think fit our style but are not super common? Thank you, thank you!
husband approved list::
Jude | Nolan | Brody | Asher | Nathan | Owen | Ezra | Trevor | Dylan | Zane
Jane | Alice | Naomi | Fiona | Evangeline | Gwyneth | Delilah | Thea
Aviva | Shea | Bridget | Rosalind | Zora | Geneva | Cordelia | Betsy | Elena 'Lainey' | Evadne | Faye
Lars | Otis | Rhett | Kieran | Teague | Neil | Evander | Quinn | Abram | Eamon | Ari | River
Carly & Zach :: expecting #1 late April 2016!!! It's a boy 💙::
July 16th, 2014 04:30 PM #3Senior Member
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Well, they all seem pretty Celtic. Irish, Scottish, Welsh, so you could look for other names in that area. They are also quite short and simple, so I'm guessing nothing too extravagant? Maybe:
Lewin (not Celtic, but has a similar vibe, not common and ends in n, which you also seem to like)
Hope you like some of thoseFreyja Elísabet - 4 June 2015Possible future brother: Benedikt - Elías - Emil - Jóhann - MatthíasPossible future sister: Elsa - Elva - Inga - Salka - SóleyOther loves: Erlingur - Ingimar - Kjartan - Óskar - Róbert - Ingunn - Rósa - Sólveig - Svala - Ylfa - Þórunn
July 16th, 2014 04:35 PM #5
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July 16th, 2014 05:00 PM #9
I love Teague and Ewan.
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