Boys name inspiration needed! A sibling for Cosmo ……

(96 Posts)
Anjou Thu 22-Nov-12 14:24:47

We?re due in late Jan/early Feb and we?re pretty sure (although not 100%) that it?s a boy. My husband and I agree on girls names 100%, but with boys ? not so much! Our little 18 month old boy is Cosmo, so we want a name that goes well with this. On my shortlist, (not necessarily my husbands though!) are:

Etienne
Stellan
Constantin
Iggy
Wolfie
Luca

Does anyone have any ideas of a good, kind-of-unique, strong name that would suit? I?ve gone through all sorts of lists looking for inspiration but feel I?ve looked EVERYWHERE now! All ideas are welcome!

Thanks.

showmethetoys Tue 27-Nov-12 23:26:55

Oh my god, I just had a coffee all over the keyboard moment at 'Pretentio'! grin

showmethetoys Tue 27-Nov-12 23:39:08

And I am sorry but this:

Zbigniew is pronounced Zpigg-nee-eff. Zbysz (Zpish) for short. It has visual impact.

Seriously?

Bessie123 Wed 28-Nov-12 00:01:41

showmethetoys I'm starting to think we're alone in this - the others might be serious shock

mathanxiety Wed 28-Nov-12 01:23:27

ehem, you do know that Luca (Luke) and Jude are in the Bible?

mathanxiety Wed 28-Nov-12 01:24:11

How about
Slava
Goran
Darko

monsterchild Wed 28-Nov-12 01:31:14

Kramer?

Cosmothedog Wed 28-Nov-12 10:21:37

My dog's name is Cosmo Kramer.

EldritchCleavage Wed 28-Nov-12 13:17:44

Crispin?

bigbluebump Wed 28-Nov-12 13:39:35

I'd avoid another C name as it could get confusing (post etc).

I think that Cosmo sounds great with
Marcus
Roman
Quentin
Amos
Fabian

Alisvolatpropiis Wed 28-Nov-12 14:00:56

Aurelius/Aurelian?

QueefLatina Wed 28-Nov-12 14:09:57

My dogs name is Wolfie. It's strange to think of kids with that name, is it popular?

evamummy Wed 28-Nov-12 15:34:23

Wolfie is quite popular amongst 60+ year old men in Germany, short for Wolfgang. Not sure I like it that much... Fine for a dog though smile.

I think Cosmo is lovely and that Etienne, Quentin/Quinn and Stefan go well.

mathanxiety Thu 29-Nov-12 01:14:08

Darius
Oisín
Ferdia
Fergus
Sholto
Setanta
Aneurin

BOFingTheDude Thu 29-Nov-12 01:48:22

Iggy is my fantasy boy's name. But that's short for Ignatius, which is a) my grandad's middle name, and b) a good traditional Catholic name, and c) Iggy sounds great with the surname I'd use.

Sadly, I can't have any more. Consider it my gift to you.

grin

amazingmumof6 Thu 29-Nov-12 02:00:25

Rocco?

amazingmumof6 Thu 29-Nov-12 02:11:53

Xavier?

amazingmumof6 Thu 29-Nov-12 02:14:40

Amadeus?

amazingmumof6 Thu 29-Nov-12 02:16:29

Titus? Tristan? Ivan? Zefir?

amazingmumof6 Thu 29-Nov-12 02:20:54

go to http://www.thinkbabynames.com/meaning - list of baby names from A-Z

EldritchCleavage Thu 29-Nov-12 12:32:42

Like Setanta but you can't use it any more thanks to the sports channel.

MrsWolowitz Thu 29-Nov-12 12:38:05

Is this a thread for a child's name rather than a puppy?

Ziggy?
Spike?
Wolfie?

Please don't.

Stellan is the best of a (IMO) a very questionable bunch.

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