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Hector, Caspar or Hugo?

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Sprucegoose Mon 30-Sep-13 11:32:08

For our second DS, born at the weekend. DS1 is Reuben, DD is Clara.

littlealien01 Mon 30-Sep-13 20:27:53

caspar is a ghost to me too.

MorphandChas Mon 30-Sep-13 23:14:03

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YouHaveAGoodPoint Mon 30-Sep-13 23:24:01

Casper or Jasper

SlinkyB Mon 30-Sep-13 23:38:04

Caspar. Or Caspian?

SoonToBeSix Mon 30-Sep-13 23:51:06

Caspar just makes me think friendly ghost ( even though spelt differently) sorry. And Hugo is very posh kind of trying too hard.

YouHaveAGoodPoint Mon 30-Sep-13 23:51:57

Caspian is fab!

NorthernObserver Tue 01-Oct-13 16:32:35

Hugo will just get called Shug

SlinkyB Wed 02-Oct-13 22:45:00

Well op? Does your ds2 have a name yet?!

Playboxpony Thu 03-Oct-13 07:53:26

I know a toddler Kasper and just held a baby Hugo yesterday and they are both gorgeous! I like them equally. I think Caspar goes best with your other children's names (in my opinion).

mynameisnotmichaelcaine Thu 03-Oct-13 08:00:26

I have a baby Casper who is just coming up for 3 weeks old. Reactions have been mixed. Lots love it, but most of the boys in my form (age 13) have said it's a posh ghost's name. I love it though smile

Prefer Hugo to Hector.

Suzieismyname Thu 03-Oct-13 11:22:25

Just wanted to point out that Hector means defender originally. It was Achilles in Greek mythology who tormented the Trojans after slaying Hector. Hector was brave and a good father, son and brother...
...and Eric Bana was the only good reason for watching the film Troy!

aoife24 Thu 03-Oct-13 17:58:28

'Hector' from the Greek does not mean to harry or bully.

aoife24 Thu 03-Oct-13 17:58:50

and, btw, it's a great name!

bananamummy Thu 03-Oct-13 18:42:15

But in current English the verb 'to hector' means to bully, to torment. Just googled it.

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