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Thread: Renaming Riley

  1. #6
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    Re: Renaming Riley

    I've already used a bunch of the names suggested! I love the name Reagan, but I can't bring myself to use it for a sci-fi story. (I can't get the old TV and movie "ray guns" out of my head!) And I went to school with a guy with the last name of Regan, so that's out.

    I started playing around with syllables and combining them from different names (I think there was a name game like that at some point.) The ones that hit me were Readan/Readen (Ray-dan), Reidan/Riedan/Reiden/Rieden (Ree-den) and Rydan/Ryden (Rye-den.) Do these look/sound too made up? Any favorite spellings?

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    Re: Renaming Riley

    Yeah, to be honest, those look too made up. Why not just Reid, or Rylan (a more popular made-up name)?
    Abigail, Beatrice, Cecily, Elise, Hazel, India, Matilda, Scarlett, Svea

    Isaac, James, Jasper, Julius, Lyle, Nicholas, Sebastian, Thomas, William

  3. #10
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    Re: Renaming Riley

    Yeah, to be honest, those look too made up. Why not just Reid, or Rylan (a more popular made-up name)?
    Abigail, Beatrice, Cecily, Elise, Hazel, India, Matilda, Scarlett, Svea

    Isaac, James, Jasper, Julius, Lyle, Nicholas, Sebastian, Thomas, William

  4. #12

    Re: Renaming Riley

    Piggy-backing on the post before.

    Or Ryder. It's unisex, but usually used for men and uncommon enough to not be a very common name.

  5. #14
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    My son's name is Rydan, so that gets my vote

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