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May 15th, 2013 04:59 PM #1Senior Member
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We've settled on using the middle name Gregory if this one's a boy and we just need to find a first name.
What do you think of:
Or any other suggestions you think might work. Surname is J___son, and we don't want a surname-type name because our surname is used as a first name anyway.My two bundles of love, Dominic Joseph and Tabitha Faye
May 15th, 2013 05:24 PM #3
I love Sebastian but not with a surname ending in "son" (I would rule out William for its similar sound). The hard "k" sound in Isaac doesn't go well with Johnson. I love the name Theodore and Theo Johnson would sound great but I don't like the double "or" in the combo Theodore Gregory.
Felix Gregory (best flow and has the same "saintly" vibe of your older son Dominic Joseph).
Ezra Gregory (a little bit of a tongue twister but Ezra Johnson sounds pretty awesome)
Nathaniel Gregory (a little long but nice names. I would go with Nate as a nn rather than Nathan)
Linus GregoryAll the best,
May 15th, 2013 05:26 PM #5Senior Member
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May 15th, 2013 10:27 PM #9
I don't like having 2 3-syllable names in a row. It's quite long... Sebastian is nice, but I don't like Sebastian J?son. I love Theodore, if you switched up the mn. Nathaniel is much too common. Felix sounds like a cat (I have known many cats with this name). William is much too common, as is its diminutive form, Liam.
I'd say either Isaac Gregory or Ezra Gregory. Isaac Gregory flows better, but is less distinctive than Ezra Gregory...Currently exiled from the US
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