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  1. #16
    Join Date
    Nov 2011
    Fredrick is probably my favorite from your list, but I think Soren, Sterling, Percy, and Fletcher are pretty cool.
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  2. #18
    Soren is the only one I like

  3. #20
    Join Date
    Nov 2012
    I really like Etienne and Soren and have a soft spot for Percy. Augustus is very nice, but I think August would be easier to wear. I knew a girl named Sterling growing up, so that name lost it's masculine flare for me, which I find very sad. Fletcher it my DH's name, and he gets compliments on his name all the time!
    After two years of trying and one miscarriage,
    Due July 26 2017 with #1

    Eulalie • Cecily • Beatrix • Paloma • Cordelia
    Ivo...a bit stuck...

  4. #22
    Join Date
    Dec 2012
    United States
    Wow Sufjan! I love that guy. That said, that's not my favorite from your list. I really love Soren and Sterling. I love Sterling because I feel like it's this erudite little name that is mainstream enough to have been heard of, but isn't common. I imagine a sweet little boy. I love Soren for the scandinavian feel, the hip sound (-en ending), and the connection to Kierkegaard. I think I like it slightly better because Sterling has an edge of money-grubbing and pretension to it.
    Names I enjoy:

    Girls: Lucy, Elena, Lake, Sylvie

    Boys: Jack, Eamon, Sylvan, Theo

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  5. #24
    Join Date
    Apr 2010
    I love...

    Augustus - strong, dignified, masculine and majestic
    Etienne - A wonderful French name
    Sterling -many British people first think of their money but I think of "a person of sterling qualities". I love it!

    I like...

    Percy - An aristocratic surname or a nn for Percival. Not bad but I knew one growing up who was teased constantly.
    Fredrick - I prefer the Frederick spelling but it's a fine name.
    Soren - Ok but the sound is trendy (eg. an/en/in etc).
    Lionel - A name from the Middle Ages that means "lion".

    I don't like...

    Dudley -Personally, I would avoid any name with the word "dud" in it.
    Irving - this man is playing bridge with his friends Orville and Milton in a Florida retirement home.
    Fletcher - a dated occupational name
    Sufjan - the meaning "comes with a sword" is a little too violent for my comfort level.
    All the best,

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