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Tinydancer85's baby name shortlist

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Tinydancer85 Wed 14-Sep-11 14:39:14

Here's the shortlist of baby names I'm considering that I generated with Mumsnet's Baby Name Finder. Let me know what you think.

Boys
Elias
Eliott
Ellis
Etienne
Lucas
Noah

MelinaM Wed 14-Sep-11 14:53:57

Elias - Like.
Eliott - Lovely but prefer the spelling Elliott.
Ellis - No.
Etienne - Love, but not so sure as it would work in the UK.
Lucas - Very popular at the moment, how about Louis?
Noah - Again very 'of the moment', already sounds tired to me.

Meteorite Wed 14-Sep-11 14:58:30

Elias - like
Eliott - like
Ellis - not so keen
Etienne - dislike
Lucas - OK
Noah - OK

Rhubarbgarden Wed 14-Sep-11 16:30:02

Etienne is the only one I like here.

Bert2e Wed 14-Sep-11 16:40:44

Eliott!

lieseylou Wed 14-Sep-11 16:53:47

I have an Elliot so obviously love that
Like Elias as well but not so keen on the others

brodanbell Wed 14-Sep-11 17:59:36

Elias - sounds a bit too street corner preacher man to me.
Eliott - like this.
Ellis - nah
Etienne - ok it you are French
Lucas - like this.
Noah - ugh. awful.

Offspring Thu 15-Sep-11 01:36:49

I like Elias a lot, don't mind Lucas. Not fond of the rest.

Actually, I don't mind Ellis come to think of it but from what I've seen it's being used more for girls than boys atm.

Moominsarescary Thu 15-Sep-11 02:20:22

Were thinking of Noah

Tinydancer85 Thu 15-Sep-11 16:26:35

Thanks ladies!!! My favourite is Elliott, but it's not got a great reception from my family so far; I'm French so wanted a name that worked for both, and Lucas is my 2nd choice, but I'm worried I'll get bored of hearing it all the time; Ellis was a compromise from Elliott but worried it's too girly!!!

I can't decide, it's driving me mad lol!!!
Looks like Elliott is a hit with you ladies too, so that gives me more confidence smile

Tinydancer85 Thu 15-Sep-11 16:28:25

I do, I've always like that name!! But it's not the easiest one to carry, hence Elliott, which I've found out is a diminutive of Elias.

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