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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?
I dont really like any of them. I'd go for Griffith if I had to choose
If you have Welsh connections, the Welsh spelling is fine. If not, Griffith. Quite like Griff, actually.
I like Gruff/Griff too but it seems a bit short and I'm not sure about Griffin.I am Welsh, live in Wales, etc. but am not at Welsh speaker.
Griffin is a mythical creature.Griffith is the easiest spelling. It's like the ruaridh/rory debate - griffith is easily recognisable in England and Wales and ok to pronounce. Griff is a great nickname.
It reminds me of strange creatures, gruff voices and the three billy goats gruff.
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