Boys name, one syllable, one vowel, Welsh or English

(97 Posts)
stopprocrastinating Sun 29-Sep-13 21:15:12

As per rules above, these are names that have been considered, but are not "the one".

Ben
Huw / Hugh
Lloyd
Sam
Jack
Zac
Max
Tom
John
Pete
Phil
Carl

What names have we missed?

hamptonedge Sun 29-Sep-13 21:18:25

Rhys
Finn (or is that irish?)

Beehatch Sun 29-Sep-13 21:19:47

Bryn

AuntPittypat Sun 29-Sep-13 21:20:06

The only two I can think of are Rhys or Drew.

crazy8 Sun 29-Sep-13 21:20:44

Ross

miffybun73 Sun 29-Sep-13 21:22:14

Dan

stopprocrastinating Sun 29-Sep-13 21:22:49

Needs to be strong sounding. Can't begin with an R. Sorry to be pedantic, but needs one vowel, and Bryn has none!

Joe
Josh
Gus
Paul
Stan
Mick
Brad
Joel

jkklpu Sun 29-Sep-13 21:25:06

Quite a few of these are shortened versions of full/other names, so not clear whether you'd consider more, eg:
Don
Doug
Mike
Dave
Dai
Jim
Rob
Matt
Luke
Bryn
Tim
Neil
Kit
Chris
Joe
Abe
Frank
(yes, I know some of these have 2 vowels but they're still monosyllabic - and so has Pete)

LaTrucha Sun 29-Sep-13 21:25:30

Sion
Matt

stopprocrastinating Sun 29-Sep-13 21:26:23

None so far, but I am very fussy.

DH changed his mind on Lloyd, and close friends have used the name Hugh.

stopprocrastinating Sun 29-Sep-13 21:27:50

Joe - two vowels. Please keep to brief. wink

LeMousquetaireAnonyme Sun 29-Sep-13 21:28:57

Nick
Yann
Rick
Al
Bert
Mat
Seb
Nat

snice Sun 29-Sep-13 21:29:32

Guy?

jkklpu Sun 29-Sep-13 21:29:58

OP - As I said, Pete on your list has 2 vowels. 'y' acts as a vowel in Bryn, so it does meet the brief. Don't get picky with us!

stopprocrastinating Sun 29-Sep-13 21:33:05

Hehe. One syllabl, as in only e's. you have a point on Bryn. I don't like Bryn, Gwyn, Glyn, Wynn names

stopprocrastinating Sun 29-Sep-13 21:33:43

Sorry for spelling mistakes. On mobile.

Celt
Rhys
Finn
Wyn

LeMousquetaireAnonyme Sun 29-Sep-13 21:35:13

Frank
Mark
Dan
Don
Stan
Rob
Bob
Jim

FloresCircumdati Sun 29-Sep-13 21:35:25

Brook
Dai
Matt
Joe
Wyn
Trev
Tom
Pete (What are the Welsh equivalents?)
Mike
John
Mark
Bob

Or Sue. Who would argue with a Sue?

Just out of curiosity - what's wrong with more than one vowel?!

Wyn
Sorry , cross post

FloresCircumdati Sun 29-Sep-13 21:37:15

George

(If Lloyd is a no go...)

Being pedantic - Rhys actually starts with a Rh and not a R (Rh is a letter in Welsh) Also y is a vowel in Welsh. grin

Ian
I know , but the Welsh way to say it is Yan

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