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Is 'your' baby name popular? What does it mean? And what does Mumsnet's (not-so-serious) Baby name finder predict?
Strong and classic? Or other?! Opinions please ladies. Thanks in advance :-)
we wanted to call our son Rupert James Thomas this but had to go with Robert instead because it is a family name and it was a bit political. I love it - do it. As for Rueben, Ruaraidh or Rudiah, sorry BebopdingALing - I hate them all.
Really like it. As well as the shortening to Roo. All the Ruperts I've known have been lovely
Love the whole name, Love Roo, Rudy and RJ.A winner!
Agree that Rupert is MUCH nicer than Rudolph (Rudy = Rude-y to me), Rudiah or Ruaraidh (however that is pronounced...).
Ruaraidh is pronounced Rory, or thereabouts. Much stronger than Rupert, that does make me think of a very posh chinless wonder, unfortunately, sorry. Rupert the Bear?
Not keen on Rupert, sorry. Sounds a bit wet to me. And also reminds me of Rupert the Bear. Love James though.
LOVE it! Especially Rupert, unusual yet easy to say and spell and so strong.
I LOVE it! I may have to steal it.... ;-)
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