A bit torn between

(44 Posts)
IneedAsockamnesty Sat 08-Jun-13 11:40:39

Oskar and blaize.

Both would have fairly meaningful reasons for choice but neither has more meaning than the other and I'm stuck help.

hippyhippo88 Fri 14-Jun-13 22:38:56

i like Oscar spelled with a c instead of a K.

evelynj Fri 14-Jun-13 19:07:36

Oskar is good!

ChippingInWiredOnCoffee Fri 14-Jun-13 18:55:04

Feel free to read the thread timetoask.

Will join you on the new thread smile

IneedAsockamnesty Fri 14-Jun-13 18:32:00
Timetoask Fri 14-Jun-13 18:10:08

I prefer Oscar. I don't like Blaise. If you are planning on living in the UK, then I woudl spell it with a c.

ChippingInWiredOnCoffee Fri 14-Jun-13 18:06:02

Well - you really can't go wrong with Chipping you know smile

Start a new thread with some names you 'kind of like' and we'll try to suggest some others. Link from this thread though or I'll we'll miss it.

lilstar Fri 14-Jun-13 17:22:35

Oskar yes...blaize sounds like a character that should be in a video game.

IneedAsockamnesty Fri 14-Jun-13 15:15:03

Chipping girls names are almost making my head explode I'm now rather lost about the matter and not even sure where to go for ideas

amazingmumof6 Fri 14-Jun-13 12:50:11

socket no harm done!grin

I love Oskar. with a K

I have a name that is spellt with a "c" in English but "k" in Hungarian.
I've been reminding/correcting people for almost 16 years.

it's fine.
I always check that my name is spelt correctly official reasons -applications for passport, driving license etc and very importantly for filling in medical papers .

did you know that if your name is misspelt on the little tube they take the blood samples in and therefore it doesn't match with other papers they won't test it and you'll need a new blood test?

anyway, I'd still go for Oskar.

Mockingcurl Fri 14-Jun-13 08:37:10

Neither. Blaize is awful.

ChippingInWiredOnCoffee Fri 14-Jun-13 08:33:40

I mean, I know why you were doing it, and you weren't doing it to be 'different' but it would look like you were - just like spelling Caitlin - Kaytlyn or Tracey - Traycee.

ChippingInWiredOnCoffee Fri 14-Jun-13 08:31:53

Problem solved the baby's going to be a girl. grin

So what names have you thought about for a girl?

As a general rule, I think if you are going to bring a child up in a country X you should spell the name the way it would be spelt in country X - they're the ones that will have to spend their lives correcting people and frankly, it just looks like you trying to be 'different'.

IneedAsockamnesty Fri 14-Jun-13 08:28:26

Sorry mumof6 I should have said Austria-Hungary but as that hasn't existed for some years I didn't.

amazingmumof6 Fri 14-Jun-13 02:07:58

op Hungarian spelling is actually Oszkar

IneedAsockamnesty Thu 13-Jun-13 21:10:26

Problem solved the baby's going to be a girl.

IneedAsockamnesty Tue 11-Jun-13 12:53:19

Squoosh like the st the family member was also a docter.

And I've just had this chat with one of my sons who thinks neither of them but I should pick Borris Johnson or Augustus gloop I'm rather glad I didn't tell him to pick the name grin

squoosh Tue 11-Jun-13 10:29:16

Go for Blaise, I'm a bif baffled by the 'girl's names' comments, seeing as he was a male saint.

I know a Blaise and he's lovely and v handsome.

Oskar is a bit tired.

raisah Tue 11-Jun-13 02:48:32

Oskar

Blaize reminds me of house fires, not good.

squeak2392 Mon 10-Jun-13 00:06:35

Oskar.

Blaize stands out to me, but not in a good way. Used to know a girl with this name and she was horrible anyway, but the name just made her sound plain obnoxious.

bananaramma Sun 09-Jun-13 13:06:14

Blaize/Blaise is a lovely name. Oscar is a little dull/overused in comparison and I'm not keen on nicknames Os/Ossie.

lollypopsicle Sun 09-Jun-13 11:43:58

FWIW I see Blaise/Blaize as a boy's name primarily as St Blaise was male. Also, I know a boy Blaise. Don't think there's anything wrong with a name that could be either sex.

socks if the spelling has meaning for you then I agree that should be the spelling you go for.smile

NatashaBee Sat 08-Jun-13 23:59:28

I would assume Blaize was a girl, don't like it for a boy although it's great for a girl. Oskar/ Oscar is lovely for a boy.

Myliferocks Sat 08-Jun-13 23:55:09

She's a lovely

Myliferocks Sat 08-Jun-13 23:54:40

I know a Blaize.
She's lovely little girl.

IneedAsockamnesty Sat 08-Jun-13 23:47:18

Lolly with my family Oskar is the traditional way Oscar is just the English way.

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