Orrin

(17 Posts)

Boys name,I really like it...any reason why I shouldn't? grin

Zynnia Tue 09-Jul-13 23:56:26

I knew one once. Not keen. It's a bit too close to the sin of onen ! Or maybe again I'm being too harsh! you'll wish I'd go away.

BeQuicksieorBeDead Tue 09-Jul-13 23:59:55

I love it. Did you know it means ' little green one'?! Cute!

Yes,it's a lovely meaning isn't it!

I've no idea what the sin of onen is,but thanks for the heads up wink

lljkk Wed 10-Jul-13 08:31:01

Cringe, my first thought was "Oriface". I wouldn't go there.

pictish Wed 10-Jul-13 08:31:47

Really nice yep.

katolla Wed 10-Jul-13 08:41:35

Orrid

itsnothingoriginal Wed 10-Jul-13 11:32:54

I love it! Hadn't ever heard of the name until after ds born but would have been on my list. It's Cornish isnt it?

squoosh Wed 10-Jul-13 11:47:16

'orrible. Reminds me of 'orace.

Justfornowitwilldo Wed 10-Jul-13 12:29:09

Nice. I prefer the spelling Oren.

CravingOlives Wed 10-Jul-13 17:32:06

I like it, but prefer Torin wink

My mother said that reminded her of torrid though. You can't please everyone!!

BettyBi0 Wed 10-Jul-13 18:40:09

Sounds like Orinoko to me. Is that Enya? bleugh

HeartOfDixie Wed 10-Jul-13 18:49:52

My DSis was going for an Orin but all the ages aunts : grandparents kept saying Orange! So she now has an Owen.

Rhubarbgarden Wed 10-Jul-13 19:03:28

I don't like it. It reminds me of the character in Howard's Way <old gimmer>

yellowsnownoteatwillyou Wed 10-Jul-13 19:35:04

I know a 10 year old orhan, he suits it I liked it when I heard it as its the sign on the book the never ending story.

BumpKitty Wed 10-Jul-13 19:37:44

I quite like it, I thought of the neverending story too but I think that is Auryn.

andadietcoke Wed 10-Jul-13 22:40:40

I know an Orrin, named after the river in Scotland.

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