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You could do a Scottish middle name to honor Scott. Alick, Broden, Cailean/Cailin, Chalmers, Clyde, Drew, Edan, Forbes, Jock, Kester, Manas, Morogh, Nairn, Rae, Seocan, and Seumas are all Scottish/have ties to Scotland.
Were they serious or were they kidding?
Ha ha! I thought it was odd that two people mentioned Maiwen in a span of only about a month. Sorry about that!
As a fellow Star Wars fan, I'm happy to help you. How about Skye or Walker if Skywalker us too much (not saying it is)? You could do Hans (after Han Solo), Rey (could work for a boy), Poe, Quinn (a combination of Quigon and Jinn), of course Anakin, Rebel, or Mace. I'm assuming you are wanting to avoid Kylo Ren.
That sounds right.
There is a considerable amount of information on a recent forum post regarding someone who gave this name to their daughter as a middle name. You may be interested in reading it.
Maybe Emery? What if she went by a nickname like Emmie?
Some Celtic girls' names with boyish nicknames...... Aisling (ASH-ling) nn Ash, Bronwyn nn Bron, Cameron nn Cam, Davina nn Dav, Finley/Finola/Fiona nn Finn, Glenda/Glynis nn Glen, Mackenzie nn Mack, Tamsin nn Tam/Tom
Also, have you considered just using a boy name? There are plenty of great androgynous names: Carter, Emerson, Peyton, Tracy, Wren.....
Some Celtic boys' names that could be used as girls' names..... Baird, Bevan, Cadogan, Camden, Cameron, Carson, Cathal, Colwyn, Dylan, Emlyn, Gallagher, Glyn, Innes, Keir, Lachlan, Logan, Morgan, Quinn, Rhys, Riordan, Rowan, Ryan, Shannon, Shea, Torin, Wynn
Okay, now I have time for my boys' list. Beckett, Bennett, Byron, Charles, Daniel, Elliott, Emmett, Fabian, Grayson, Jackson, Jacob, James, Layton, Logan, Mathias, Matthew, Oliver, Owen, Prescott, Quinlan, Reuben, Rowan, Samuel, Shawn, Theo, Thomas/Tomas, Vance, Vaughn, Wade, William, Xander, Zachary
Girls: Brynna, Maeve, Pippa, Thea, Wren. Boys: Colton, Felix, Judson, Owen, Paxton
Wow!! What a tradition. I'm assuming it has something to do with their religious culture?
Beatrice, Cambrie, Camille/Camilla, Cecily, Charlotte, Diane, Eliza, Emily/Emilia, Emmeline, Faith, Frances, Gracelyn, Isabel/le, Isabella, Kailey, Leah, Maia/Maya, Melody, Nora, Olive, Penelope, Peyton, Raelynn, Rose/Rosie/Roselyn, Rylie, Sidney/Sydney, Tessa, Viola, Violet, Zara Sorry these aren't organized.Congratulations on your baby!
Yes very true.
Amadeus is a guilty pleasure of mine. The musical associations, the elegance, the liquidy sound that just rolls off your tongue!
If you like Linnea, you could possibly use a name ending in -lin/lyn/lynn with no prominent nickname from the front (such as Caitlin--Cate) and have her go by Linnea. I'll also suggest Anneliese, Lise, Sabina, and Meadow.
FWIW, I think sisters whose names all ended with -a would be adorable. And even if you feel obligated to stick with that pattern, there are thousands of -a names for girls in many different styles. You would have a wide selection.
No problem! Funny how it's almost always someone who has the name then posts about it, even though it's over a year later.
That's true, I'm not familiar with any alphabet other than English and Latin. If someone named their child Ess, that would be a different story.
Wow! Henry Wilberforce Seewald. That's a lot of name for a little baby.
See, I think of Aleph as an old-fashioned, clunky-type (think Arthur or Theodore). So I can see Aleph working with something like Jacob.