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Thread: Peregrine

  1. #1
    Join Date
    May 2019


    What are your thoughts on the name?
    What nicknames possibilities are there?
    What middle name could you see with it?
    Casper Edwin Michael
    Hermione Dawn Elspeth
    Sybil Ruth/Mae Georgiana

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Nov 2016
    I love Peregrine! It feels rugged and wise.

    For nn, I'd consider Pip, Perry, Perin, Pippin, Riggs, Penn

    For middles:
    Peregrine Jude
    Peregrine Horatio
    Peregrine Isaac
    Peregrine Leo
    Peregrine Toby
    Peregrine Judah
    Peregrine Lorcan
    Peregrine Davis
    Peregrine Oscar
    Sarai Matilda|Mabli Charlotte|Una Adele|Scout Elodie
    Sholto Felix|Tristan Rafferty|Percy Evander|Bram Atticus
    Thinking about...
    Tyra Mabel|Skye Miriam|Lois Winter|Anya Ottillie
    Quinn Barnaby|Silas Peregrine|Teddy Linus|Klaus Raphael

  3. #3
    Join Date
    Oct 2012
    I like Peregrine. It's nature-y, strong, masculine and fun. It's probably a bit too out there for me to use in reality, but I love to see it used, as a first or middle name.
    A more down to earth middle like John, Thomas, Andrew, Richard could really ground the name. Or you could go with more wild names if that's the style. It depends on the vibe
    Girls Names
    Liliana Juliet Sylvia Marcella Rosalie Evadne

    Girls Middles/Honours
    Juliet Margot Vera Celia Rosalie Eleanor

    Boys Names
    Griffin Elliot 'Otto' Caspian Jonas Elias Chester

    Boys Middles/Honours
    Daniel Charles Bennett Piers Thomas

  4. #4
    Join Date
    Apr 2015
    I love Peregrine, and it's on our list (as my signature will attest to haha). To me, it's a mix of strong and handsome, with nature and whimsy.

    My favourite nicknames are Pip or Pippin, but you could try things like Perry, Reggie, Rinny, etc as well.

    I think there's a pretty vast selection of middle name options. We went with unique, timeless, and naturey middles, because that's our style. I think you could also go classic, such as Peregrine Theodore, or trendy like Peregrine Blake... it's a very flexible name to my ears.
    Now posting as @thelittlefairywren!
    ...felt the need for a fresh user...

  5. #5
    I'm not a fan of it personally. Just sounds bland.

    But if you do want to use it, its definitely unisex and would choose Peregrine Blake as a first and middle.
    Delete this account, dont like my username.

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