Can you help me settle an arguement about this name please

(19 Posts)

He drinks far to much (partly why he's my ex) maybe it's addled his brain grin

stifnstav Wed 05-Dec-12 22:42:57

Does he like a drink, your DH? I'd like to have a beer with him and he can teach me new nicknames!

Yep Patsy shock he says his granda was nicknamed Patsy so I couldn't laugh out loud to his face but I did in my head!

poppy283 Wed 05-Dec-12 22:39:08

Patsy! Hilarious!

shock Patsy??

Patrick nn Paddy yes but Patsy??

sweetkitty Wed 05-Dec-12 22:33:22

I know quite a few wee Murrays.

Hahaha, I like your DH but would never, ever let him name any child of mine

These are his better suggestions. He was obsessed by Paidraigh (par-drik) for ages - nickname Patsy or Pob.

ChippingInAWinterWonderland Wed 05-Dec-12 22:08:59

Fergus - OK, but a tractor really smile

Finbar - not my taste really.

But Jesus Wept - even Stanley is better than Murray!!

I appreciate that by DS4 names are harder to come by, but bloody hell, if this is what he's coming up with, best you find some soon!! grin

I like Gus as a shortened version, I hadn't thought of that.

Murray.

Love Fergus and Angus, basically anything that I can use Gus for

QODRestYeMerryGentlemen Wed 05-Dec-12 22:03:43

I like fin, and I like Murray

His latest suggestions are Finbar and Fergus.

At least he's taking an interest I suppose smile

CatchingMockingbirds Wed 05-Dec-12 21:55:00

Go with Murray, or your son will forever be called Muriel.

Yep like the Murray mint smile

Even with a fada Muríel isn't pronounced Murray is it? He would get teased at school and people would assume he was female if they didn't know him. It's like a boy named Sue!

gallicgirl Wed 05-Dec-12 21:46:29

Like Murray mint?

IveBeenGoodSantaIPromise Wed 05-Dec-12 21:45:00

Murray is a boys name. Def has an a in it. Fairly common in Scotland. I like it

And now he's saying Murragh - that's not even close is it?

Ds4 is due in 8 weeks and exp and I have been discussing names.

He has just text me and said he has found a name he loves.... Murry.

I said I like the name but that it is spelt wrong. I'm not 100% on the correct spelling but Murry just doesn't look right. So I googled and the most common version seems to be Murray.

(Or Moray, Muiredach, or Murrey as versions of the same name)

He says its Muríel (with a fada over the 'i'

Which to me is a girls name (Muriel's Wedding) and sounds nothing like Murray.

Any thoughts?

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