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  • Boring!

    2 11.11%
  • Dated

    2 11.11%
  • Fine, but I wouldn't use it myself

    6 33.33%
  • A lovely classic

    6 33.33%
  • Ready for revival

    2 11.11%
  • Other

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Thread: Sean

  1. #6
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    Nov 2009
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    Re: Sean

    Even if I wouldn't call my son Sean I don't think that it's too dated at all...

  2. #8
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    Re: Sean

    Quote Originally Posted by lamps
    Quote Originally Posted by charliehotsox
    I can definitely see it's appeal, it's short and sweet but friendly too and a name a boy can grow with. I have an uncle called Sean so it's hard for me to imagine it on a little boy but I think it might become popular again in the not too distant future...

    What was his mn lamps?

    -Charlie
    Charlie, his mn is Andrew (after his father).
    Hope you didn't think I was being nosey:) Sean Andrew is very handsome!

    -Charlie
    "Be the change that you wish to see in the world" - Mahatma Gandhi

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  3. #10
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    Re: Sean

    Quote Originally Posted by charliehotsox
    Quote Originally Posted by devinjes
    I flat out dislike the spelling. Im to literal of a reader for names like this. Sean says seen in stead od shawn and stephen says stefan instead of steven. I feel this name to be very dated, not to mention my brother has a cat named Shawn. Haha, i dont think its terrible, i dont like the spelling but there are worse.
    Sean is the original spelling. The name is Irish and any other spelling is just a variation.

    -Charlie
    I know that Sean is the original spelling. Its just not my taste. Im not much so irish names. I like literal spelllings for names. Im not quite sure why, but i just dont like it. I dont hate the name, i just dislike the spelling.

  4. #12
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    Re: Sean

    Quote Originally Posted by charliehotsox
    Quote Originally Posted by lamps
    Quote Originally Posted by charliehotsox
    I can definitely see it's appeal, it's short and sweet but friendly too and a name a boy can grow with. I have an uncle called Sean so it's hard for me to imagine it on a little boy but I think it might become popular again in the not too distant future...

    What was his mn lamps?

    -Charlie
    Charlie, his mn is Andrew (after his father).
    Hope you didn't think I was being nosey:) Sean Andrew is very handsome!

    -Charlie
    Not at all! I always like hearing the full name too! And I get so frustrated when people don't use a middle name (just seems like a waste of a good naming opportunity...)

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