Stanley Louis?

(14 Posts)
Dumdiddlydum Thu 11-Feb-16 09:36:31

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gruffallofriend Thu 11-Feb-16 10:12:21

I would choose a first name you love and not worry about the first middle combo as they so rarely are said together.

I like Stanley and how about
Dominic
Rufus
Quentin
Edmund
Clement
Theodore

mathanxiety Thu 11-Feb-16 18:46:18

Stanley Louis does sound a bit silly -- too many Ls running into each other and the names have the same EE ending. Louis Stanley would have the same rhyming drawback.

I like Louis as a first name - Louis Arthur imo sounds better than Arthur Louis.

I love all of Gruffalofriend's suggestions, especially Dominic and Clement, with Louis as either a middle name or first name pairing.

thebiscuitindustry Thu 11-Feb-16 20:46:00

Arthur Louis sounds good but I think with Stanley Louis the repeated L and ee sounds don't work well.

Sidney
Vincent
Charles
Tristan
Benedict
Edwin
Alfred
Jasper
Sebastian

Jasmyn123 Thu 11-Feb-16 20:57:25

Not keen on Stanley, but I really love Louis!

Stanley Louis doesn't flow that well, anyway smile

Arthur Louis is better.

Louis Arthur even better!

SpidersFromMars Thu 11-Feb-16 20:59:23

Lou-ee or Lou-iss?

astronomy Thu 11-Feb-16 21:00:23

super cute

Dumdiddlydum Thu 11-Feb-16 21:25:18

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Dumdiddlydum Thu 11-Feb-16 21:26:03

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AuntJane Sat 13-Feb-16 10:49:01

Dumdiddlydum - My grandfather was Sidney Louis.

AgentCooper Sat 13-Feb-16 10:52:10

Stanley is very nice indeed.

Gracey79 Sat 13-Feb-16 10:55:10

Like Louis but with Lewis pronunciation, not keen on Stanley it seems one of the more 'try hard' old man names to me.
If you like hector what about Henry/Harry

mathanxiety Sun 14-Feb-16 05:10:37

Some more names:
Benjamin Louis
Peter Louis
Otto Louis
David Louis
Alexander Louis
Ezra Louis
Victor Louis
Albert Louis
Alistair Louis
Frederick Louis

mathanxiety Sun 14-Feb-16 05:13:26

There is also Stanislas Louis if you like Stan as a nn.

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