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MrsWolowitz Thu 20-Jun-13 10:29:43

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Littlecherublegs Thu 20-Jun-13 11:41:00

I see Texas and Quinn more as boys names.

Names I like but wouldnt be brave enough to use include Amos, Cornelius and Linus which some would say aren't even really 'out there' but I like to play it a bit safer!!

AnotherLovelyCupOfCoffee Thu 20-Jun-13 12:00:42

Wow. What is it that you like about those names? confused

I think they are more suited to a boy. 'tex' rhymes with Rex, I like Rex, and that'd be a name I'd have thought about if I'd been braver. I also liked Julius.

Onesleeptillwembley Thu 20-Jun-13 12:10:27

This is a joke, right? Please say it is. I wouldn't even use those on a pet.

tammytoby Thu 20-Jun-13 12:10:34

Quinn is a great name for boys! Sounds so masculine, like Finn.

Texas, I'm not sure I like, sorry. But I love Linus and Cornelius!

We've used names for our kids that we love, thankfully.

ArabellaBeaumaris Thu 20-Jun-13 13:52:40

There is a great book about a kid called Texas, or Tex for short. Boy though.

TheMagicKeyCanFuckOff Thu 20-Jun-13 19:18:41

Quinn is a masculine name to my ears, like Flynn, but I LOVE it for a boy!

Texas is okay, again, I'd say as a boy. Tex or Texie as a nn.

I know girls called Dakota (Tia), Indiana (India), Montana (Tanna), and Junea (not from same families, spread over, mainly American, families I know) and boys called Arizona (Az) and Colorado (Rad). It's possible, I guess.

I love Indigo, Raven (yes, fkr a boy), Sky, Storm, Cairo, Phoenix, Grey, Adler and Orion for a boy.

And Larkspur, Winter, Luna, Lyric, Harmony, Ember, Echo, Raeanna for girls.

ExitPursuedByABear Thu 20-Jun-13 19:21:17

October for a girl. And my DD was born in October so I could have used that. And Malachi for a boy. Or Titus.

TheMagicKeyCanFuckOff Thu 20-Jun-13 19:48:32

Juneau not Junea.

jalapeno Thu 20-Jun-13 20:27:28

I love Octavia but feel we'd need more money to carry it off!

tammytoby Fri 21-Jun-13 11:57:24

Octavia is a gorgeous name. I know a few and have never associated having money with the name - how odd? Octavia also sounds great in most languages so will 'travel' well. Lovely name imo!

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