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November 19th, 2012 11:14 AM #6
Hugo and Joseph/Joe are my favorites. My own son's name is Joseph and called Joe, after my dad but also because I love the name. In fact, I love the name so much I have actually hired people mainly on the basis of being named Joe!! The one thing I'll say is that my son Joe, who is a pretty distinctive guy, thinks it's a bit boring -- I think he'd rather have his middle name, which is Leopold. My opinion is that in this world of ever-fancier names, Joe is refreshingly straightforward and down-to-earth while having some history and strength. But I love Hugo too! Just perhaps more fashionable, for better and worse.Pam Satran
November 19th, 2012 11:49 AM #8
November 19th, 2012 12:09 PM #10Senior Member
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November 19th, 2012 12:13 PM #12Junior Member
Favourite boys' names: Arthur (John) Thomas; James (Nicholas) Peter;
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- Sep 2012
Favourite girls' names: Elizabeth Kathryn (Anne); Martha (Julia) Grace; Lydia Mary (Joanna);
Other girls' names I'm thinking about: Charlotte; Beatrice; Matilda; Margaret; Madeleine; Rosanna
Other boys' names I'm thinking about: Douglas; Lawrence; Alistair; Christopher; Edward; Alexander; William; Frederick; Matthew; Robert; Andrew
November 19th, 2012 12:25 PM #14
I like Hugo best from your list. It's got a spunky sound, goes well with Eva, is common enough that everyone will recognize it but unique enough that he is unlikely to be one of 5 in his classes, has a great meaning and there is a great movie by the same name.
Your other choices are more popular, especially Gabriel & Joseph.
Other Gabe options could be Gabin or Gable -both are surnames that have also been used as given names.
Other name options:
I like pp suggestion of Theodore
Simeon or Simon