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  1. #12781
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    Jun 2018
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    I love the name Henry! It sounds like the name for a happy adventurous little boy. Alistair is also awesome it's serious while still seeming modern. Orson's meaning is so cute, i'm just not sure how well it sounds after Alistair. Alistair ends with an R sound and Orson starts with an R sound. Overall I really like this, it sounds serious while still being fun.
    I also love the name Louis, it's so cute. I prefer the Louie pronunciation over the Lewis pronunciation but they are both nice. Forest is also awesome, it brings up lots of nice imagery. I also like Jem. I love James and this is a nice nickname with literary connections. My only complaint with Jem is it's similarity to a gem which I think of as being more feminine. All 3 names sound awesome together!

    I don't really like the names rio or lark separately but together they sound really cool. Do you think Riolark is an acceptable name or not?
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    vote here

  2. #12783
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    Jul 2013
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    Riolark is just too cringy & I would honestly think Gracemarie/Rosebeth/Annelouise to be better choice.
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  3. #12785
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    Feb 2014
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    Riolark seems a little made up for me. I do like a lot of modern word names but Riolark is definitely a bit much, sorry.

    What are your thoughts on Henry Lucius? If you're not a fan, what other middle names would you suggest?
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  4. #12787
    My first reaction reading Henry Lucius was: "wow, Draco really had an obsesion with Harry" but I'm a HP nerd. I do love the name Henry (number 2 in my top 3 names) and Lucius has a nice meaning. It's a safe name with an unexpected twist. I like it.

    Henry Lorcan
    Henry Lysander
    Henry Louis
    Henry Leander
    Henry Lucien/Lucian


    Do you think Clio is useable?
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  5. #12789
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    Jul 2013
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    Yes, Clio is usable, but Cleo may be better choice

    What do you think of Saga and would it be pronounced Say-ja outside of nb like totally unrelated name Sage? It's pronounced with hard g like Gaia and Gabriella. How many of berries do you think would have known that?
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