Clasic but not dull.. Help me find a boys name please.

(28 Posts)
specialknickers Sat 19-Jan-13 17:31:18

I need help.... Currently only 16 weeks pg but it was such a mare finding a name for ds that both dh and I could agree on that I thought I'd do a bit of research beforehand. I think we're after something short and snappy but classic. Don't want anything too popular (probably not top 10) but don't particularly care about being wildly original.

Not going to find out the sex beforehand and just to start you off, if this one's a girl we're pretty sure we'll call her Dora. Help!

specialknickers Tue 22-Jan-13 10:31:00

Thanks for all your great suggestions. Particularly like lester (as in lester bangs twobuttons?) Edward (teddy nn when little, ahh) and Zach...

Rhubarbgarden Mon 21-Jan-13 13:23:28

Guy

DessieLou Mon 21-Jan-13 06:01:09

Nicholas? Antony / Anthony ?

StupidFlanders Mon 21-Jan-13 05:05:46

Jem

Twobuttonsaway Mon 21-Jan-13 04:57:15

How about these?

Felix
Jasper
Jonjo
Flynn
Fenton
Hector
Hugo
Kit
Lester
Otis
Wilfred

LPplusOne Mon 21-Jan-13 04:51:03

I wouldn't see any issue with having a Luke and a Vic - they are very different names and both have very distinct, individual beginning consonant sounds. A lovely pair!

pinkandyellowbutterfly Sun 20-Jan-13 15:49:44

If you like Victor how about Vincent?

CPtart Sun 20-Jan-13 15:48:23

Adam
Evan
Zachary
Dominic
Marcus

R2E2 Sun 20-Jan-13 15:39:48

Matt(hew). Not really popular but very classic.

bigbluebump Sun 20-Jan-13 15:33:05

Quentin
Reuben
Tristan
Marcus
Gregor
Dominic

shockers Sat 19-Jan-13 23:23:40

My favourite boys's names are Jude, Edward (Eddie, Ed) and Toby.

I know one of each, I liked the names before I met them, but the boys are all lovely, which makes me surer of the names.

(none of them are my children!)

Bowlersarm Sat 19-Jan-13 23:08:27

Just to say love love love Dora!

specialknickers Sat 19-Jan-13 22:58:00

Thank you everyone. Some great names here - including Ds's (and DH's and db's for that matter!).

My faves so far: Nate (vetoed by dh), Sam (ditto, but doesn't really go with our surname unfortunately) and Victor.

I love victor, but am likely to shorten to Vic... Already have a Luke. Perhaps too similar?

Would love to hear any other suggestions.

Jux Sat 19-Jan-13 22:26:58

Harbottle is a classic - Elizabethan.

MustafaCake Sat 19-Jan-13 19:42:14

Dora is gorgeous!

How about:
Henry
Nate
Flynn
Freddie (frederick)
Jude
Ethan
Eli (Elijah)
Emil
Hugo
Noah
Max
Zac
Jude
Isaac
Theo

DessieLou Sat 19-Jan-13 19:32:13

Peter (Pete)
Philip (pip)
Gregor/y
shane/sean
Daniel (love Danny for a boy)
Rudy (too)
Mark/marcus
Zachary (zac)
David (Davy)
Christian (chris/kit)
James

Completely random suggestions! I like dora, good choice. :-)

sookiesucksvamps Sat 19-Jan-13 18:38:53

I have 3 ds liam jack and brandon dp is marcus

MyNameIsSuz Sat 19-Jan-13 18:34:10

Victor? We were going to use this, loved how grown up the full version is and then there's the shorter punky Vic, but when ds was born it really didn't suit him! Still love it though.

meditrina Sat 19-Jan-13 18:28:18

Alexander (nn Xander)
Marcus
Fergus
Benedict
Dominic
Angus

SunbathingintheRain Sat 19-Jan-13 17:49:31

Kit (short for Christopher)
Ben(jamin)
Francis
Reuben
Marcus
Oscar
Adam?

ArthurandGeorge Sat 19-Jan-13 17:49:19

Luke
Zeke
Hugh
Ralph
Otto
Bennet
Elliot
Archer

Seth, Joel, Adam.

eilonwy Sat 19-Jan-13 17:42:36

Wil
Dale
Reg

specialknickers Sat 19-Jan-13 17:40:37

Sorry, forgot to say that anything Scottish or Irish is probably out... Dh is Irish, so dc are too... They'll no doubt have Irish middle names to honour family members, and they'll have Ds's surname (which looks very Scottish, but isn't). Tis a minefield.

SnowLeopard27 Sat 19-Jan-13 17:34:25

Rory
Damien
Giles
Hamish

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