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    Keep the theme?

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    Too me, Finley Cameron is all boy. I'm aware that they are both unisex names but on paper, it sounds very masculine. I would suggest either using it as a boy option (alongside Miles Anderson, which is fantastic!!) or using a more feminine middle name.

    I don't mean to sound negative. I really do think you have a great naming style. xx
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    I'm not sure everyone would "get" the theme, especially since Owen is not technically Scottish, which gives you a lot of latitude. Miles is certainly an excellent match. Finley has some Irish as well as Scottish blood, so you're pushing the envelope again there anyway -- maybe your theme is "Celtic Lite"? How about Milo? Not authentically Irish but well-used there. Fun!
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    When I think Scotland I think:

    Lewis
    Iain
    Cameron
    James
    Donald
    Bruce
    Robert
    Alistair
    Jock
    Kenneth
    Stuart
    Scott
    Malcolm
    Callum
    Clyde
    Walter
    Kennedy
    Campbell
    Ewan
    Gregor


    Since my knowledge of Scotland is almost entirely based on Braveheart and Billy Connolly I would do some research but do any of these appeal? Actually Connolly could be cute.

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    My favourite Scottish names happen to be Hamish and Alasdair.

    I do think Miles sounds good with Graham and Owen. It might not be Scottish but the UK-all stars effect isn't as jarring as, I dunno, Matisyahu would be. And Alasdair is a bit close to Alexander anyway.

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