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January 13th, 2012 04:48 PM #6Senior Member
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January 13th, 2012 05:28 PM #8Senior Member
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What do you think of Mack? I've been liking it a lot lately, just Mack. According to Behind the Name, it's a Medieval form of Magnus, and I like it as a sort of alternative to the incredibly popular Jack. I guess I could see most people thinking that it's too nicknamey/insubstantial, but it's a current name crush of mine, and I just wanted to throw it out there for you.
Lazarus / Lazar
Saxony / Saxon
Ferrer / Farrar
Fyfe / Fife
Frey / Freyr
January 13th, 2012 05:36 PM #10
I say as long as it sounds good to you and it's not too out there, do it. Be original, or at least semi-original, there's way too many Henrys and Jacksons and it's boring (the Jaxson spelling is the worst). If someone doesn't like your choice just brush 'em off as uncreative or narrow-minded....walked through the hall of mirrors, left each one broken,
Found the windows to my soul, let each one open,
At that moment, everything outside died,
But since Beauty was inside, Beauty survived
January 13th, 2012 05:49 PM #12
You're getting some interesting suggestions in here. I'm going to keep haunting. Have you checked out any of the Nameberry blog posts? Many of those have quite a different flavor than what you find the forums.My March arrival:
We call her Daisy
in honor of my mom.
January 13th, 2012 06:07 PM #14
Wow! Thanks everybody, I'm loving a lot of these names and I've added a good bit of them to my list! @saracita- I've been looking everywhere I possibly can. So far, it's helped a little but not a lot. I'm going to look on other websites too! For the most part, I want something a little foreign. Preferably Scandavian/Eastern European. Even though that's what I like most, I'm still really picky with those names as well! I just know what I love when I see itCrushes: Casper & Isobel.