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Good middle names to go with Isaac?

(57 Posts)
JiminyCricket Mon 09-May-05 10:48:04

Our last name starts with O if that is any help... love Isaac but really stuck on a middle name, pls help me out (after everyone's help with the May/Mae debate)!

juniperdewdrop Mon 09-May-05 10:49:37

do you want a biblical name?

littlemissbossy Mon 09-May-05 10:50:04

do you have any relative names that you'd want to use - a grandfathers name for instance, something traditional

juniperdewdrop Mon 09-May-05 10:50:17

I love nathaniel but then I'm biased as DS1 has it for his middle name.

handlemecarefully Mon 09-May-05 10:50:38

Jacob
John

lockets Mon 09-May-05 10:50:45

Is there no family names that might go with it?

Do you want traditional, modern, celtic?

Frizbe Mon 09-May-05 10:50:58

Issac Ethan?

Kayleigh Mon 09-May-05 10:55:58

Isaac Joshua

RTKangaMummy Mon 09-May-05 10:57:33

JAMES

flamesparrow Mon 09-May-05 10:57:56

Jacob for me.

beansmum Mon 09-May-05 10:58:43

Daniel

biglips Mon 09-May-05 10:59:01

isaac Jake

suzywong Mon 09-May-05 11:00:36

whatever you do don't chose Umming

JiminyCricket Mon 09-May-05 11:01:29

Not specifically biblical, but happy for it to be (dh is christian)...no family names we want to use as they're all good ol' fashioned methodist names like 'Gordon', 'Ronald' etc or on the other side 'Roy' and 'Ernest'..nothing against these names, you understand, just not my choice for a babe..Like Nathaniel, Jacob & Joshua, all names we thought about for first names..Ethan is a really good idea, as DH suggested it for first name once - keep 'em coming !!

mancmum Mon 09-May-05 11:02:10

reuben?

Gobbledigook Mon 09-May-05 11:02:24

I like James too RTKM.

Is your surname monosyllabic or more? My first thought was that it would sound good with a name with a few syllables - so Isaac Anthony for example, but it depends on how long or short your surname is.

If it's short, e.g. Brown/Jones/Smith I'd have something 'like' Isacc Anthony Smith. If it's long then you could have a shorter one like Isaac James Butterworth.

JiminyCricket Mon 09-May-05 11:02:31

Erm, I posted that before Suzywongs

JiminyCricket Mon 09-May-05 11:03:24

Its two syllables - don't know where that leaves us?

soapbox Mon 09-May-05 11:04:16

Ben automatically sprung to mind - no idea why

Gobbledigook Mon 09-May-05 11:09:55

Ok so say the surname is Handforth I think Isaac Anthony Handforth or Isaac James Handforth both sound nice (they are just examples though with the syllables).

Personally my absolute fav boys name is David and I think that would go beautifully with Isaac!

Tinker Mon 09-May-05 11:10:53

Joseph?

suzywong Mon 09-May-05 11:11:16

did you?

smellymelly Mon 09-May-05 11:12:59

Ryan ?

Hulababy Mon 09-May-05 11:14:11

I like Jacob and Joseph lots

serenity Mon 09-May-05 11:17:49

My first thought was James too. It sounds right.

Isaac Alexander? (DS1's middle name )

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