Morris?

(43 Posts)
Polarbearcub Fri 12-Jun-15 21:12:30

Yay or nay? Any thoughts?

scarletforya Fri 12-Jun-15 21:17:00

I'm not really a fan of the name but I like the nickname 'Mossy'.

Is it sort of in the same era as Trevor, Derek and Brian etc?

SantanaLopez Fri 12-Jun-15 21:17:58

Tuesdays with.

Dunno.... kinda insipid.

Clueing4looks Fri 12-Jun-15 21:18:39

I prefer Maurice.

sebsmummy1 Fri 12-Jun-15 21:20:17

I like it!

TheCowThatLaughs Fri 12-Jun-15 21:27:56

Not keen, sorry

MumSnotBU Fri 12-Jun-15 21:28:38

If he's the younger son at boarding school he can be Morris Minor.

MumSnotBU Fri 12-Jun-15 21:29:16

Or when he's at a disco he can be Morris dancing...grin

ThroughThickAndThin01 Fri 12-Jun-15 21:30:31

Nay, horrible

Rhubarbgarden Fri 12-Jun-15 21:56:40

Nay.

sweetpeame Fri 12-Jun-15 21:58:22

Mmmm, no, not good!

Movingonmymind Fri 12-Jun-15 22:00:07

No!

LolaStarr Fri 12-Jun-15 22:36:17

I really don't like it, sorry!

SirVixofVixHall Fri 12-Jun-15 22:39:09

I was thinking if he was the younger he'd be Morris minor too. If he travelled with work or on a gap year Morris Traveller! Off to Oxford? Morris -, I think you get the gist.

Maurice could definitely grow on me.

Cherriesandapples Fri 12-Jun-15 23:05:19

I love Morris/Maurice but I had a lovely neighbour called that when I was little. He was lovely. Also my grandad was called Maurice.

BikeRunSki Fri 12-Jun-15 23:09:11

I like it

waxweasel Fri 12-Jun-15 23:10:29

God no. It's a really wet, drippy name.

WhyAspoonCousin Fri 12-Jun-15 23:10:30

I like it too! It's charming

MayDivorceBeWithYou Fri 12-Jun-15 23:11:48

My grandads and ds's middle name. Moss it crowd..luffs it. smile

GlitterTwinkleToes Fri 12-Jun-15 23:11:57

Nope, it's my families surname

Sophronia Fri 12-Jun-15 23:13:14

I like it!

purdiepie Fri 12-Jun-15 23:18:23

Ugh.

DramaAlpaca Fri 12-Jun-15 23:19:08

Nay, not good.

florascotia Sat 13-Jun-15 09:45:50

FWIW I believe actor Michael Caine was originally named Maurice. (The name is not my favourite, but prefer Maurice to Morris, which is usually a surname.)

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