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  1. #1
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    Sep 2013

    Long "o"

    Hi. I am looking for names that contain a long "o" sound as in Owen or Monroe. I want to use either Roy (or Troy) or Wallace as middles (or possible firsts) to honor my father (possibly Roy Michael as a double middle). Last name is similar to Deal. My style is all over the place, so any suggestion is welcome. I am really loving Bodhi or Rody right now, but I am not sure how well they work with my middle choices or my surname.

    For now, I have chosen Wallace Monroe, but want to consider others.


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