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    Hi ya'll,

    if you couldn't tell from the title to the hi ya'll I'm from the South. Specifically Texas.

    I have a Trapper Knox and a Crockett Barrow. I love their names and am proud of our weirdness.

    We know the girl name we'll be using. I need help on ideas for a boy. No matter what the middle name begins with a W. We have it picked. So I need some good Southern or outdoorsy sounding names. Texas themed is ok too!

    Send em my way.

    So far I love Boone, Steele, Briggs, Rowdy and Ryker.

    Keep in mind I'd like the first name to go with with me screaming out hey Trapper Crockett and (baby). Come get your dinner! Lol.

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    Little Laddies
    Asa Peregrine Jude
    Jasper Leo Augustin
    Bruno Sebastian Wilde
    Arthur Jules Hawthorn

    Little Lassies
    Sylvie Ada Juniper
    Thea Marigold Noor
    June Eliza Primrose
    Etta Wildflower Jane

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    Archimedes "Archie" Theodore 08/22/2016


    Oleander Sebastian?
    Dorian Alphonse?

    Vote on my boy names [here].

    Names we've ruled out:
    Viridian, Cornelius, Peregrine.


    Isadora Eponine? Cornelia Beatrice/Cornelia Odette? Octavia Marguerite?


    Vote on my girl names [here].

    Names we've ruled out:
    Euphemia, Beatrix, Philippa.


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    Trapper Knox, Crockett Barrow &

    Ransom (1 of my all time faves!)
    Forrest
    Gunner
    Slade
    Skeet
    Hale
    Beau
    Anson
    Foxx
    Sequoia
    Akton
    Wilder
    Flint
    Denver
    Hawthorn
    Sawyer
    Seely
    Cooper
    Ford
    Tindon
    Lankford
    Vox (met a little boy with this name & loved it)
    Trace
    Axe
    Last edited by summs; February 11th, 2019 at 06:01 PM.

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    Bear is also a name we've liked but all great suggestions. Seely is a town here in Texas (Sealy). I like that also.

    Hawthorne is cute, Throney was the man on Home is where the heart is. Loved that movie!

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    Sergeant
    Oakes
    Oakley
    Last edited by summs; February 11th, 2019 at 07:24 PM.

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    I like Boone and Briggs!

    I also like previous posters suggestion of Ransom and Sterling!

    Trapper, Crockett, & Quaide was the first thing that came to mind.

    Gatlin
    Hoyt
    Bear
    Destry
    Wiley
    Rooney
    Walden
    Winston
    Garrick
    Maverick
    Phoenix "Finn"
    Lang
    Vaughn
    Darby
    Montgomery
    Memphis
    Tennyson
    Lennox
    Channing
    Gunnar
    Remington "Remy"
    Dune
    Rhodes "Rhody"
    Wrigley "Riggs"
    Gibson "Gibbs"
    Bishop
    Dashiell "Dash"
    Cassius "Cash"
    Boyd
    Major
    Croix
    Bridger
    Karsten
    Kipling "Kip"
    Calloway "Cal"
    Colter
    Barrett/Everett "Rhett"
    Blaise
    Boaz
    Bradshaw "Brady" "Shaw"
    Breckin
    Buckley "Buck"
    Brantley
    Huxley "Huck"
    Sheppard
    Rafferty "Rafe"
    Ellis
    Quimby "Wim"
    Kelby
    McCoy "Mack"
    Dallas
    Axel
    Gauge
    Arrow
    Penn
    Indiana "Indy"
    Denver
    Dakota
    Laken
    Rivers
    Rio
    Talon
    Quill
    Nero
    Jennings
    Waylon
    Arlo
    Last edited by wilkie8709; February 12th, 2019 at 05:09 PM.

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    Mary | Felicity | Evangeline | Winifred | Elizabeth | Mae | Joan | Alice | Dorothy | Bernadette | Eleanor

    William | Johnny | Hugh | Conrad | Leonard | Ian | Lionel | Barnaby | Isaac | Hugo | Grover | Harvey

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    First of all Trapper & Crockett are excellent.
    I would suggest because of how these names hold in their own uniqueness that you avoid anything that seems too close to either sink -er or -tt names just for good measure and I would stick to keeping separate first initials...
    I do think that sticking with a two syllable name is key here.something interesting I noticed is th at the second letter in each name is r and the middle sound is pretty strong... So avoiding heavy p or k sounds should be key.
    I would avoid anything similar to the middles either because why repeat things or have rhyme things. I he great your middle is chosen so you can narrow down more comfortably...
    A
    D
    E
    F
    G
    H
    I
    J
    L
    M
    N
    O
    S

    Are the first initials I'd recommend looking at depending on your surname of course
    If you can find something two syllable with a r sound at the beginning and dissimilar suffix and have it be something you love I think you'll be seriously winning here for the names together but honestly choose what you love over them working together or a theme, these are just observations.

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