Boy name ideas?

I’m considering getting a new doll (it will be a boy) my current  dolls are named:

Madeleine Belle

Aoife Charlotte

Piper Olivia 

Harper Noelle 

Teagan Monet 

Noah Lennox 

some Names I like are Sutton, Grayson, Griffin, Fox, Bear, Lincoln, and Cade, but I am completely open to suggestion!

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November 3, 2018 3:26 PM

I like Cade with the other names 

others Grant, Ezra, Bryce, Cale, Dane, Zane, Brock, Beau, Callum, Dane, Blake, Flynn, Heath, Jude, Lucas, Rhys, Silas, Seth, Riley, Xander, Toby, Zayde, Todd

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November 3, 2018 3:03 PM

I've always loved Griffin and I like it with your "sibling" set, so that gets my vote. Do you have any other criteria? Do you have an idea of what he'll look like, for example?

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November 3, 2018 8:34 PM

The doll is a 14” micro-preemie. He has light brown painted hair. If you look up ‘berenguer boy doll’ on Amazon, youll find him. He has pale gray-blue eyes and a little smile. I really like Sutton Fox or Griffin Fox

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November 3, 2018 9:28 PM

Wow, those dolls are quite something! I've never heard of that brand before. If I could rationalize spending so much, my daughter would adore a doll like that!

Name-wise, while I like the sound of Griffin Fox, it's too much animal in one name for me.

Sutton Foster is my main association for Sutton, and that's probably contributing to why Sutton Fox both sound very right and like a first-last name combo. (I also know a few people with the surname Fox, which likely doesn't help either.) It's a very pleasing combination, I think.

Just curious, do your dolls have a surname or do you just give first and middles?

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November 4, 2018 10:31 AM

I just give my dolls a first & middle name. The doll I was considering is $29.99 USD on Amazon (my mom said the doll looks cheap). If my dolls were to have surnames, it would most likely be mine - Payne. I will most likely end up getting a different doll, so I will most likely need girl names a well

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November 4, 2018 8:34 PM

Apparently Google was trying to sell me the most expensive dolls (plus, everything is more expensive in Canada). I see now that there are different kinds of Berenguer dolls at different price points, but the three or four that I showed up at the top of my search were the anatomically correct "real" baby dolls and those were between $75 and $140 CAD. Those maintain that those high end, very realistic, totally posable, water-submergable dolls would be heaven for my daughter.

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November 4, 2018 3:46 PM

Cade, Zayde, Dane, Zane, Beau, Callum, Flynn, Rhys, Todd, Grant, Dean

 

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November 4, 2018 3:23 PM

Ok... my mom doesn’t like the doll I wanted (I’m 14, so my parents have the final say) I am a bit about it, but I decided to just ask for a doll for Christmas, and see what I get. It would be awesome if y’all could leave both boy & Girl name combinations! Thanks.

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November 4, 2018 3:44 PM

how about a name ending in n to match Teagan

Eden, Ellen, Caitlin, Evelyn, Carolyn, Braelyn, Jordyn, Jaden, Brooklyn, Emersyn, Gracelyn, Brynn, Erin, Gretchen, Kaelin, Kristin, Kirsten, Lauren, Lillian, Jocelyn, Raven, Rowan, Sherilyn, Yasmin, Susan, Peyton, Shannon, Vivian, Roslyn, Quinn, Kaeden, Sheridan, Jaelyn, Taryn

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November 4, 2018 6:29 PM

Given that you have some strong themes - British Isles/French choices and surnames as given names, it might be neat to sort of tie up the loose ends which is the unmatched Hebrew Noah and the Shakespearean invention Olivia. 

Here are my classifications of the names you've used:

Celtic: Aoife

Celtic surname-based: Teagan

Scottish surnam—based: Lennox

Profession surname-as-given: Piper, Harper

French: Madeleine Belle, Noelle, Charlotte

French surname-as-given: Monet

 

So my suggestions for Shakesperean inventions: Imogen, Miranda, Jessica, maybe Othello or Florizel on the male side? You might consider some other literary inventions, like Cedric, Vanessa, Wendy or Pamela, too. 

I might look at other old Testament/Hebrew names to see what fits your tastes.

I might look at other surnames as given names, too, particularly ones that might bridge some other style or geography categories.

I also want to suggest Montserrat for you!