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Unusual but proper boys names

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KittyBreadfan Sun 06-Jan-13 20:45:02

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Locketjuice Tue 22-Jan-13 13:32:30

Finley
Frankie
Malachi
Maverick
Hugo...
I have picked my next ones name if it's a boy but can't bring myself to tell yet as I have never heard anyone else use the name

NAR4 Tue 22-Jan-13 09:39:41

Reuben
Simon
Lawrence
Nathan
Hector
Dominic

wiltingfast Mon 21-Jan-13 08:46:50

Cathal is caw hul but the caw part is pronounced quite quickly.

rainbow2000 Sun 20-Jan-13 22:54:45

Rian
Padraig
Cian
Daithi
Senan
Finlay
Fionn

lucywiltshire Sun 20-Jan-13 20:07:03

Jago - Cornish for James/Jacob (my DS middle name)

Sholto - Scottish, hoping to call next DS it

weegiemum Mon 07-Jan-13 16:04:53

No! George Osbourne is officially Gideon!

I couldn't!!

DonkeysDontRideBicycles Mon 07-Jan-13 12:41:12

Just heard of a 'Gideon'.

bananaramma Mon 07-Jan-13 11:53:25

Victor
Gregory
Dominic
Quentin
Tristan

are all lovely, classic boys names that aren't overused at the moment.

DonkeysDontRideBicycles Mon 07-Jan-13 11:49:19

Dara - my only Irish suggestion
Caspar
Felix
Jude
Stephen (not unusual but haven't heard it as a baby's name for ages)
Was going to suggest Gabriel but Fergus beat me to it
Thought of Keir too but amck5700 got there yesterday

AnathemaDevice Mon 07-Jan-13 08:43:58

I'm planning on using Rory if DC3 turns out to be a boy. My DS is called Nicholas. A proper name, but one you don't hear an awful lot.

Failing that, how about Patrick?

overtheseatocalais Mon 07-Jan-13 08:23:01

Lachlan Stirling Toreson Ike

Rhubarbgarden Mon 07-Jan-13 08:03:31

Dominic
Owen
Euan

DessieLou Mon 07-Jan-13 02:09:35

Phoebus? Errol? Emmett? Lorne? Gregor?

weegiemum Mon 07-Jan-13 02:06:33

If you like Gaelic names what about Aonghas (Angus), Domhnall (Donald - pronounced Doh-all), Malcolm, Tormond, Aidan, Columba, Ninian, Mungo, Murdo, Struan, Brodie, Innes, Cailin (Ka-line), Cameron, Munro, Lewis, Cashal, one of the various spellings of Calum, Ryan, (trying to think of more but it's late - these are all ones I've heard associated with my children's Gaelic school).

I'm only really much use with Scottish/Gaelic type boys names!!

FergusSingsTheBlues Mon 07-Jan-13 01:56:41

Gabriel, raphael

OkayHazel Mon 07-Jan-13 01:49:47

I'm interested to know what Lennon and Conor's middle names are - so we can go for that level of weird?

I'm dying to use Cosmo!

KittyBreadfan Sun 06-Jan-13 22:48:07

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amck5700 Sun 06-Jan-13 22:37:45

UnnamedFemaleProtagonist - No, Conor is the name of one of the OPs boys.

pinkandyellowbutterfly Sun 06-Jan-13 22:36:49

lurrrrve Rory my chosen name if I have a boy

Nospringflower Sun 06-Jan-13 22:33:01

I know a Hal

tinkerbelllisa Sun 06-Jan-13 22:22:12

Cathal - i think that how its spelt - pronounced Ca'harl
I am sure I will be corrected if wrong by our friends across the water !
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Are my eyes deceiving me or has someone said Conor is unusual? shock

Starfishkiss Sun 06-Jan-13 22:06:08

I know a Cabhan pronounced Cavan

Passthesaltdear Sun 06-Jan-13 21:59:18

Caleb
Madoc
Torin
Chester

PrincessMononoke Sun 06-Jan-13 21:46:39

Otis,
Milo,
Sol,
Theon (may not like this if your a GoT fan)

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