I cannot think of many baby names I like for some reason. I am looking for girl or boy names. I like unusual names, names that are not very common. If anyone can think of anything they like please let me know.
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replied October 28th, 2006
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If I have another boy im calling him .Jayden, its very uncommon in england and america I think? More popular in australia. So then its .Jay for short or .Jay-jay. Especially if you give him a second name beginning with .J. Aswell. Britney spears called her son jayden james ...So something like that is what I mean, then it can be j-j for short. (yeh I know i've mentioned britney twice today but I like the name ok)

sorry no idea for girls names....I want another boy lol little boys are the best!
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replied October 28th, 2006
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I have always liked alastor ronan for a boy but I also like liam viktor (i'm going to name my first boy the latter).

As for girls, I really like amelia isolde or amelia marcelle. But it seems like amelia is making a comeback, so it is more common. I also realllyy like sydney korin.
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replied October 28th, 2006
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Jayden is a very very very popular name here in .America, actually. Along with any other names that end with 'aiden'

i like the name .Mckaylee for a girl, not very common.
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replied October 28th, 2006
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I'm naming my daughter .Mc.Kinnley .Chase. I was gonna name her .Brantly if she was a boy..

(my friend and his girlfriend just had a little girl and named her .Mckaylee)
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replied October 28th, 2006
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I personally really dislike all the "new fashioned" names and all the "i'll spell it different" names.

Obviously 0liver was called 0liver .Reece. Had he been a girl he would have been named .Willow .Amber.

When we looked for names we looked at names that were slightly more "old fashioned" and so the child wouldn't be like .Mackenzie (or any variation on the spelling [mckinzie etc]) number 4 in their class or .Mackenzie .M

i went through a load of girlie names that I know i'd never have used - I just liked the name in the spur of the moment but i'd never have called my kid that in reality.

Boy names like .Craig .Ross .Karl
girl names like .Carly .Jade .Kelly
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replied October 28th, 2006
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Thanks everyone for the help, I really like some of the suggestions.
I came up with a list of a few names a while back....Just want to see if anyone likes any of them....
Boys girls
bronson journey
colton keziah
cooper arley
stetson
grady
reese
ely
tucker
charlie

I kind of like the country type names, since im from the south and my fiance is a country boy lol. Thanks everyone
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replied October 28th, 2006
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Honestly?

Charlie and .Reese are the only ones I like. Sorry
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replied October 28th, 2006
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I only really like cooper on your list, but I wouldnt call my child that cos its too uncommon over here, more a surname.
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replied October 28th, 2006
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I seriously love charlie. Did anyone read the book the perks of being a walflower?

Good book, super name.
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Im naming my lil boy reese william.. If he was a girl we were going to name him cidney marie
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My Fave Baby Names
Boys names:
sean
cole
caton
kaylen
hayden
ashton
ryan
kayden
shaye
christian
jack
charlie
bailey
harry

girls names:
kara
katie
kayla
tayla-grace
kaigan
tegan
leoni
shannon
kaya
jaylea
tami
kendra
daniella
lily
amber
leigh
kate
kadee

lots and lots of names hehe
hope you like!
Have fun chosing =d
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replied October 29th, 2006
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Re: My Fave Baby Names
xxmel16xx wrote:
boys names:
sean, cole, hayden, ashton, ryan, christian, jack, charlie, harry

girls names:
katie, shannon, daniella, lily, amber, leigh, kate


i like these one's Smile
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replied October 29th, 2006
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I agree with you, kia, the fashion for daft sounding names is just a bit, well, 'chavvy' in my opinion Laughing
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Re: My Fave Baby Names
xxmel16xx wrote:
boys names:
ashton
ryan
jack
charlie

girls names:
kaigan
tegan
leoni
lily


i like these names...My middle name is .Ashton, my uncle's middle name is .Ryan, my other uncle and my grandpa are both named .Jack...All good choices!
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replied October 29th, 2006
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thanks everyone for the help, I really like some of the suggestions.

I came up with a list of a few names a while back....Just want to see if anyone likes any of them....

Boys girls
bronson journey
colton keziah
cooper arley
stetson
grady
reese
ely
tucker
charlie

I kind of like the country type names, since im from the south and my fiance is a country boy lol. Thanks everyone


i am the same way as you--canadian version lol I absolutely love the names stetson and tucker...Who cares if ppl think they're 'chavvy'....If your country, be proud! Good luck love!
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replied October 30th, 2006
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cowgirl*love wrote:
who cares if ppl think they're 'chavvy'....If your country, be proud! Good luck love!


you'll find that comment was at the "alternative spellings of new-fashioned names to make it different"
please don't take it out of context. No one said anything about country names being chavvy and yes if you live in the country and like country then you will likely choose a country name, same as a person of indian ethnicity will likely choose and indian name or a french person will choose a french name.
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replied October 30th, 2006
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I still love .Alyvia Wink I think it's much prettier-looking (and sounding) than .Olivia.

<3 my alternative spelling~
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replied October 30th, 2006
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Aya I like how you spelt it too! Its better because olivia looks like the boy name oliver...But your way has no relation to it, thats why I prefere it.
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Thanks babe! Smile
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