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August 4th, 2013 09:17 AM #26
August 4th, 2013 11:56 AM #28
The only two M names on my list are Murphy and McCart. Huh. I guess I needed this thread too. Both of my M names are family names.
I met a little guy named Malachi at the park recently. It really is a cool name, and it's even better when you meet someone who wears it well. Mordecai, Morgan, Merrick, and Marco are a few more I like. I went and looked at my lists of boys' names with <200 and <100 uses in 2012. (These aren't all of the M names, just the ones I liked the best.)
MurrayHelen ♢ Georgia ♢ Daphne ♢ Alice ♢ Jane
Edward ♢ James ♢ Theodore ♢ Kieran ♢ Samuel
August 4th, 2013 03:32 PM #30
Murray - I've got Scottish heritage and for me this name Murray just highlights this. I honesty think Murray sounds so wholesome and has this adorable Scottish sound. I love how wholesome Murray is. I think Murray is brilliant.
Memphis - Feels really rock n roll I'm unsure as to whether I like Memphis but still I might as well suggest it.
Milo - I know an adorable little boy named Milo, he has a younger sister named Matilda and he's such a sweetie his father is mixed race (half black and half white) thus Milo has gorgeous dark features he's such a handsome little boy. Milo is a lovely name.
Morgan - has a lovely sound with lovely beach/sea associations.
Miller - surname names are really popular and I think Miller works as an unusual twist on the trend.
Moses - my mother is Jewish and Moses, obviously in Judaism, is a very important figure. I love the name Moses he sounds very lush, and soft I also love the religious connotations of Moses.
Malachi - Family name I like it : )
Merlin - I know twins named Jasper & Merlin their sixteen and I think their names are really cool.
Marshall - I like the timely American vibe of Marshall. The name is really handsome.
August 4th, 2013 09:36 PM #32Member
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August 4th, 2013 11:56 PM #34Junior Member
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