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January 9th, 2014 07:15 PM #11Senior Member
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- Jan 2013
I have always loved Paul! I am happy to hear I am not alone. I went to school with a handsome guy from Brazil named Paulo (swoon!) That probably increased my admiration for the name.
I don't know if I could ever convince my husband to use it. He thinks it sounds like someone's elderly uncle (sigh).
Go for Paul or Paulo!
January 9th, 2014 07:22 PM #13Senior Member
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- Mar 2012
It was my granddad's English middle name (Hebrew name was totally unrelated, just a P name) and I really cannot warm to Paul at all. When I think about naming for him, I think Pascoe or Peregrine or Patrick. Or amusing him in heaven - he was a joker - with something like Peacemaker.
Paul feels too Christian for me, really. It seems like a trying-to-pass name to imagine putting on my own kid. I think it was, in the '30s when my granddad was born - I'm not really with that. It doesn't go back any further in my family tree then that, either.
I do like Saul. Could all just be a matter of what you're used to.
I kinda like Pax - so I can see gravitating towards a one-syllable name with more history. I can understand Paul's draw for some, it just doesn't quite work for me. Maybe I need to focus on images of a young Paul Newman?
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January 9th, 2014 07:47 PM #19haley / twenty-one / engaged
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