Heath or Kyle? Or Hadrian?

(40 Posts)
Nataleejah Tue 12-Nov-13 21:13:08

70% is Heath, 29% is Kyle, 1% is Hadrian... and middle name is David

CountingStars Tue 12-Nov-13 21:14:14

I quite like Hadrian.

Heath makes me think more of a girl because it seems like a shortened version of Heather, but maybe that's just me.

Ihatepeas Tue 12-Nov-13 21:25:11

Love Heath. Not keen on the others.

CarryOnDancing Tue 12-Nov-13 23:47:02

Always Heath! There aren't enough. I love Heath, like Hadrian and hate Kyle.

Home and Away fan? grin

ShreddedHoops Wed 13-Nov-13 00:00:53

Heath is lovely, the others are awful.

MrsBungleScare Wed 13-Nov-13 00:01:07

Heath.

phoolani Wed 13-Nov-13 00:06:36

Kyle - makes me think of vampires, dunno why. Hadrian is pretty awesome. Underwhelmed by Heath.

Mutteroo Wed 13-Nov-13 00:18:23

Heath sounds good as does Hadrian. Not keen on Kyle

Spaghettinetti Wed 13-Nov-13 07:56:22

Heath reminds me of Heath Ledger, Kyle reminds me of Southpark...They both scream 'American' at me and are a bit 'trendy' in my mind. I much prefer Hadrian, which makes me think of the (usually seen as good) Roman Emperor. All the best with your decision :-)

MoonHare Wed 13-Nov-13 11:45:18

Interesting selection of options!

Of the 3 I'd choose Heath though as someone else said it does feel a bit American.

Really dislike Kyle.

Hadrian would be an unusual choice, might spend his whole life saying "No, HHHHadrian not Adrian!"

squoosh Wed 13-Nov-13 13:53:10

I love Heath.

Not crazy about Kyle.

I'd imagine someone called Hadrian to look and sound like Brian Blessed.

halecromp Wed 13-Nov-13 14:16:55

Really like Kyle, don't mind Heath, not keen on Hadrian at all

floatyflo Wed 13-Nov-13 20:16:28

I'm sorry, I'm not keen on any of them!

BelleOfTheBorstal Wed 13-Nov-13 20:18:57

Hadrian is a most excellent choice, followed, but not closely by Heath.

curlew Wed 13-Nov-13 20:21:01

Or you could actually give the poor child a name?

Raddy Wed 13-Nov-13 20:22:28

Hadrian sounds like Adrian, not a good thing.

Kyle I think is one of those names.

Heath, I like.

PenguinsDontEatPancakes Wed 13-Nov-13 22:10:17

They aren't my personal taste, but from that list definitely Heath. It could sound pretty cool with a family/traditional middle name too - Heath William or something has a ring to it.

I am probably very shallow and predictable, but when I hear 'Hadrian' I mentally add 'Wall'.

Kyle. Just not as keen as Heath. Can't really explain it except that I don't like the sound of the word as much.

sleepingbeautiful Thu 14-Nov-13 00:20:29

I love Heath. It was in our top 3.
2) Hadrian.
3) Kyle (I used to like but in recent years I think it's become the kind of name the Rooneys might pick for kid #3).

Theonlyoneiknow Fri 15-Nov-13 08:38:10

I like Kyle. It is a strong Scottish name meaning straight of water.

(Trying not to take notice of all the anti Kyle comments as it is DS'S name)

killpeppa Fri 15-Nov-13 08:39:16

aw heath was in my top 3grin

babyfedleaning Fri 15-Nov-13 17:05:25

Kyyyyyyyyyolllllllllle! Makes me think of south park. Sorry

nicky2512 Fri 15-Nov-13 17:06:16

Love Kyle (I have one).

SirChenjin Fri 15-Nov-13 17:08:17

Heath at a push - not so keen on the other 2. Hadrian is too much like the wall or Adrian (which is a name that should stay in the 70s imo).

mummylin Fri 15-Nov-13 17:16:00

Kyle

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