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1
October 10, 2019 09:50 PM

I say oh-RAY-lee-uh. Great name.

2
October 10, 2019 09:48 PM
In Response to Naming our third son

Bear works better as a nickname or a dog name.

I like Brooks better, but Blake goes better with your other two (Brooks and Brody repeat the Br- sound). Cruz is nice but obviously breaks the B pattern if you're okay with that.

3
October 3, 2019 07:03 PM

Raphael

Ulysses

Theodore

Cassius

Maurice

Roman

Lorenzo

Phineas

Jericho

Silas

4
September 27, 2019 10:13 PM
In Response to Too similar?

Yes, I do think they're too similar.

I knew sisters named Natalie and Veronica.

Other options:

Natalie & Vanessa

Natalie & Victoria

Nadia & Valerie

Natasha & Valerie

Naomi & Valerie

5
August 7, 2019 10:32 PM

Yeah, Chase Tripp is pretty bad, sorry.

Linden

Forrest

Cedar

Briar

Sage

?

6
August 7, 2019 10:18 PM
In Response to Which name?

agreed- amazon kind of ruined the name Alexa

7
August 7, 2019 10:14 PM

Alexander

Asher

Sean

Leo

Dexter

Tobias

Silas

Elliot

Everett

Miles

Rowan

Calvin

Rory

Julian

Max

Brandon

Declan

Jonah

Jonas

Oren

Jude

Benjamin

Atticus

Archer

8
August 7, 2019 10:07 PM

Alice Isobel

Tessa Madeline

9
August 7, 2019 10:06 PM

My first instinct was A.

10
August 7, 2019 09:59 PM

I like Phoebe and Emmett! It may rise into the top 100, though.

Other options:

Elliot (probably more popular than Emmett, though)

Everett

Emmanuel

Evander

Ezra

Elijah

Desmond

Dexter

Andrew

Samson

Asher

Lawrence

Calvin

11
August 7, 2019 09:54 PM

I really don't think "I moan" backwards is an issue. Really.

 

But of these spellings I like Naomie the best (the way actress Naomie Harris spells her name). None of the others look right to me.

12
June 19, 2019 10:31 PM

I think Iris and Angus is too singsongy.

From your list, I like Griffin, Felix, Leo, and Theo.

Other ideas:

Milo

Otto

Owen

Dexter

Emil

Everett

Julian

 

13
June 18, 2019 09:32 PM

I like the sound a lot, but I have to agree, it's unusable.

I did once live with a black cat named Lucy who we nicknamed Lucifer. I think I'd even name a pet Lucifer. But a human, no.

14
June 18, 2019 09:20 PM

I think they are too close. There are also SO many names with the same sounds that are popular right now: Aiden, Cayson, Grayson, Brayden, etc. 

What about:

Landon

Logan

Loudon

Lincoln

Lachlan

Lennon

Lawrence

Linden

15
June 18, 2019 09:13 PM

A quick google search shows me that there is already a romance author, as well as a porn star, named Ruby Steele. What about Ruby as a middle name instead?

 

Julianna and...

Claudia Ruby

Hazel Ruby

Francesca Ruby

Georgia Ruby

Harriet Ruby

Lillian Ruby

Matilda Ruby

Camilla Ruby

 

Middle name ideas for Julianna:

Julianna April

Julianna Autumn

Julianna Audrey

Julianna Aubrey

Julianna Ariel

16
June 18, 2019 09:02 PM

I would really like us all to think harder about why a "girl's" name on a boy is embarrassing and unnacceptable, while a "boy's" name on a girl is edgy and cool.

Also, I know both male and female Rowans.

17
April 14, 2019 05:51 PM

Combos:

Evan, Noah, Lily

Evan, Noah, Oliver

Harriet, Lorelai, Oliver

Harriet, Lily, Robin

Harriet, Lily, Petra

 

California themed names: there are so many Spanish names used for cities i.e. (San) Francisco, Diego, Jose, Mateo, Rosa, Barbara, Luis... I also like Callie/Cally.

I would probably not name a baby after a TV show.

18
April 14, 2019 05:38 PM
In Response to Baby girl

I've met female Kyles. But, I do think it's too much of a burden for this child to bear. Are there any other family members you'd want to honor? If you do want to put it somewhere in her name, maybe the middle name Kyla.

19
April 14, 2019 05:36 PM

I don't think it makes sense to use Alivia to avoid the popularity of Olivia- they're essentially the same name.

My favorites from your list are Harper, Cameron, and Graham.

Others you might like:

Rowan

Rowena

Collin

Hadley

Mallory

Myla

20
April 14, 2019 05:27 PM

Another Jew chiming in to say naming your kid Cohen is offensive!

 

The spelling does not matter - it's a transliteration from Hebrew letters anyway, so you will find various spellings in English. Jews with the last names Cohen, Kohen, Cohn, Kohn, Kohan, etc are all descended from Kohanim (Cohen's).