3rd Boy Name Suggestions Needed!

I am not yet TTC but thinking of boy names to try to head off the inevitable struggle my husband and I will go through if we have a third boy. :) 

We have DS8 Jude Patrick and DS3 Seth Edward. Middle names are family names that fit our style. I'd LOVE a third Biblical 1 syllable or 4 letter name, but I've been through every  option that fits those criteria and none my DH and I agree on completely. 

The only names we both like (but don't love) are James, Evan, and Beckett. Hubby likes Ewan but I think the "ew" teasing factor is too high, and Ewan might be more unusual than I want to go. 

I'd love some fresh suggestions that you think fit our style! Even if not Biblical or 1 syllable. Thanks!! 

 

P.S. For reference our girl names are Evelyn, Gwyneth, and Elliot.

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April 12, 2017 7:23 PM

Do you not like Luke?  It seems very much in the style of Jude, but different enough not to be mixed up.  Other 4-letter Biblical names that seem like especially good matches are Joel, Levi, and Noah.

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April 12, 2017 8:14 PM

Unfortunately we aren't fans of Luke. :/ I like Levi but DH doesn't. Other Biblical names I like but DH has rejected = Ezra, Boaz, Abel, Paul, Malachi, Abe (Abram), Josiah, Silas, Nathan, Nathaniel. And many more, lol. 

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April 12, 2017 9:09 PM

I think Eli is cute with your boys' names, although two syllables. 

Some more to add to the pool: Joel, David, Samuel, Adam, Gideon, Owen, Eric, Caleb, Joshua, Cole, Micah, Gavin

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April 16, 2017 11:45 AM

You could expand the pool by finding a name you like that contracts to a four-letter nickname. Michael becomes Mike, Nathaniel becomes Nate, Nicholas becomes Nick, etc.

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April 17, 2017 10:31 AM

Evan fits well- it is a version of John, a four letter BIBLICAL name!!

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April 18, 2017 2:16 AM

Why is Elliott on your girl list but not your boy list? 

 

Zeke?  Short for Ezekiel - which imho is a bit much!  But I do like Zeke.

Zack, short for Zachary or Zachariah?  I agree that there is so much potential for 4-letter nicknames from longer biblical names.

Agree that Owen is an excellent alternative to Ewan.  And I agree that "ew" could lead to some unpleasant teasing.  Other alternatives: Eamon (pronounced AY-mon), Rowan, even Raymond....

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April 22, 2017 6:24 AM

Jude, Seth and Joel, Cain, Mark, Luke, John, Paul, Jair, Zair or Saul

 

not 1 syllable but 4 letters - Ezra, Abel, Amon, Boaz, Noah, Enos, Adam, Amos, Esau, Levi, Joab, Zion