Chloe, Henry, Isaac, and ???? Help me name # 4 (boy)

Hi -

 

Our kids' names are:

 

Chloe Madelynn

Henry Matthias

Isaac William

 

We are expecting a boy.  We both tend to like more classic styled names.  Chloe has a modern flair to it (but is in the Bible, definitely not a new name).... I like names that are current but classic... 

Here's a few we like:

Eli

Wyatt

Harrison

 

What do you think of those names with the sibling names?  Are there others you think might go better with the other 3?  

 

Thanks for your help!

 

Replies

1
February 22, 2014 10:49 PM

Congratulations! Chloe, Henry, Isaac, and Wyatt. They all have two syllables and five letters. :)

Other names (from the site):

Peter

Asher

Jonas

Lucas

Ethan

Riley

Louis

Mason

Gavin

Jacob

Logan

Micah 

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February 22, 2014 11:10 PM

Um, Harrison means "son of Henry", so I'd nix that one.

Wyatt is a bit surnamey compared to Henry and Isaac, but it fits the letters-and-syllables pattern of your brood.

Eli seems a bit unfinished to me, but how about Elias? You could still call him Eli for short.

Other current-but-classic boy's names, off the top of my head: William, Simon, Oliver, Julian, Lucas, Miles, Nathan, Nolan.

3
February 23, 2014 7:12 AM

Benjamin was the first name that sprang to mind to go with the others.

From the names already suggested, I think Asher, Simon and Lukas/Lucas go very well also.

Best wishes!

4
February 23, 2014 12:48 PM

I have twin great-nephews names Isaac and Eli, so Eli seems like a natural fit to me.  Wyatt is also nice.  Harrison seems a bit off to me though.  There is the whole "son of Henry" thing.  It also has a surname vibe that the others don't share and it doesn't have the same kind of simple/sweet/vintage feel as the others.

Some other suggestions, Levi, Leo, Ethan, Owen, Abel, Milo, Myles, Simon & Lucas.  If you don't mind repeating initials, Caleb also seems like a nice fit.

5
February 24, 2014 8:04 PM

Harry is a nickname for Henry, but Harrison means son of Harry, not son of Henry. I like the name. It sounds lovely with the names of your other children. The nn Harris is nice too.
 

6
February 24, 2014 8:02 PM

Other names similar to Wyatt that would work… Emmitt, Truitt, Elliott (similar to Eli and Wyatt, could nn Eli)

7
February 24, 2014 8:10 PM

I wouldn't use a biblical name this time. Chloe (Chloris) and Isaac are biblical, but Henry is not. I wouldn't want Henry to be left out of the theme.

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By AEH
March 7, 2014 3:28 PM

I think Grant is a very classic strong name :)