Dylan Rhys's favorite names!

My list tends to change quite a bit, but generally it can be summed up as ordinary and easy for a kid to live and grow with, plus an added touch of class and vintage. For boys, I like handsome, strong sounding (not too strong like Brody or Axel) names that suit all ages but aren't used to the point of being redundant and overused. My girl names are feminine and pretty while still being classic. I don't really care for masculine or unisex names on girls, since the names I like are more girly, but I adore them for boys. For either gender, I do not cater to misspelled or made up names. They'd sound tacky on a grownup. - Created by DylanRhys

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  • Aaron

    A handsome, strong, classic name that will never go out of style.

  • Andrea

    Strong, feminine, intelligent, and classy. It would sound great on a job application.

  • Annabelle

    Really pretty. A favorite of mine. If I used Noelle, I would not use this name and vice versa (because of the "-elle" endings).

  • Avery

    I've always loved it. It's so handsome.

  • Bennett

    I love it! It sounds nice and it's so cute.

  • Bethany

    Very pretty and familiar but not too overused.

  • Camden

    I really like the sound to it.

  • Claudia

    I've always loved it. It's strong sounding and feminine.

  • Eloise

    Cute, perky, and girlish yet classy.

  • Hugh

    A simple, classy, intelligent sounding name.

  • Jared

    This had been on my favorites longer than any other name.

  • Leland

    Really cute.

  • Lena

    I like the sound to it and the Lena Dunham association.

  • Lyle

    Some people don't like it, but I do. It sounds nice and is familiar.

  • Marie

    I'll admit I hate it as a middle because it's a useless throwaway filler, but it sounds pretty as a first name.

  • Noelle

    Cute and feminine. I'd probably use it if she was born close to Christmas, but that's not the only reason I'd use it in that case.