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Redblackcar2 Sat 22-Jun-13 17:35:48

Thoughts on this please .

Madamecastafiore Sat 22-Jun-13 17:36:13

Love it. DH will not entertain it though!

Elizabeth22 Sat 22-Jun-13 17:39:12

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Mumblyboo Sat 22-Jun-13 18:16:22

i love J names for boys but this one just jarrs. can't work out why. prefer hugo. (not that you asked OP!)

natandmat Sat 22-Jun-13 19:58:50

I know this may be a stupid question but how do you pronounce it? In my head I keep saying Iago as in the baddie fr

natandmat Sat 22-Jun-13 19:59:21

From othello?

Sorry, pressed send too soon!!

Smudging Sat 22-Jun-13 20:02:11

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Smudging Sat 22-Jun-13 20:02:43

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I think it's a great name and really really does the little bit I know called Jago.

Think it's pronounced jay-go but I've only ever seen it written

Really really suits the little boy. ..

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ghosteditor Sat 22-Jun-13 20:13:52

It's jay-go. I know an awesome toddler called the same. In fact his mum will probably be along to comment soon grin

It's a bit different but a good sturdy Cornish name.

PollyPlummer Sat 22-Jun-13 20:14:10

I think its Jay go, the Cornish equivalent to Jacob. I love it.

ghosteditor Sat 22-Jun-13 20:14:22

Xpost cakes wink

Ablababla Sat 22-Jun-13 20:14:29

Everyone will pronounce it like othello ime. Really wanted this for DS but our family found it too bewildering. Happy we went for it as a second name only.

PollyPlummer Sat 22-Jun-13 20:14:33

x post ghost

hah. same little boy ghost knows I might add.

ghosteditor Sat 22-Jun-13 20:19:35

Gotta love MN quiches wink

perfectmummy Sat 22-Jun-13 20:32:13

yes Cornish as far as I'm aware. We loved it and our DS was nearly named it

GwendolineMaryLacey Sat 22-Jun-13 20:34:22

Love it.

Othello was Iago who was a sod

Mintyy Sat 22-Jun-13 20:37:57

I always try to like or love the names in the baby names thread.

But I'm afraid this is one of those I just cannot like, no matter what I do. It is toooooooo posh for me and therefore strays into Crispin and Annabel territory. Sorry.

Theimpossiblegirl Sat 22-Jun-13 20:47:03

If it is pronounced Jay-go, I love it.

I know a Cornish Jago (yes, Jay-go). Nice chap, quite posh. It's an ok name I think.

Smudging Sat 22-Jun-13 21:02:39

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bootsycollins Sat 22-Jun-13 21:08:12

Makes me think of Django

sundanceclaire Sat 22-Jun-13 22:30:42

My friends little boy is called Jago. Great name and full of character. It's pn Jay-go.

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