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Brodie or Brody?

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AngusAndElspethsThistleWhistle Mon 11-Nov-13 00:43:10

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FortyFacedFuckers Sun 10-Nov-13 13:08:53

Brodie for me. Ps love the name grin

Marli1980 Sun 10-Nov-13 12:55:16


LittleBearPad Sat 09-Nov-13 21:59:58

Nope. Brody is a terrorist in Homeland.

How often will you use a middle name anyway. Picking a masculine one won't make any difference.

soontobeslendergirl Sat 09-Nov-13 21:56:56

I'm Sottish too, it's Brodie.

strawberryswing Sat 09-Nov-13 13:48:29

I'd go with Brody, I absolutely love it.

Coupon Thu 07-Nov-13 20:55:52

Brody for a boy.

Brody John
Brody Charles
Brody Luke
Brody Matthew
Brody Harrison
Brody James
Brody Nicholas
Brody Oliver

CordeliaRose Thu 07-Nov-13 20:51:45

I'd go with Brodie - as in the surname, clan name and castle.
Probably because I'm Scottish and pedantic.

jobwoes Thu 07-Nov-13 17:26:06


FloatingHandle Thu 07-Nov-13 16:14:24

I would say Brody for a boy. How about William, George or Alexander for middle name?

rileylaila5 Thu 07-Nov-13 15:57:28

thankyou yes i would like something strong and masculine for middle name.

rileylaila5 Thu 07-Nov-13 15:54:50

i wanted something quite traditional for a middle name.

cranberryorange Thu 07-Nov-13 15:54:05

I would pick a strong masculine middle name so that he is easy to identify as a boy when written.

Its a bit of an issue with a unisex name as we have found out!

ShowOfBloodyStumps Thu 07-Nov-13 15:52:08

I don't suppose it makes much difference. It's really not to my taste at all. Do you like surname type names in general? Would you want another one in the middle? Or do you have a family member or friend you'd like to honour? Or a meaning you'd like to include. What other names do you like?

givemeaclue Thu 07-Nov-13 15:51:22

Neither, I am thinking homeland connection with terrorist

cranberryorange Thu 07-Nov-13 15:49:59

Brody for a boy, Brodie for a girlsmile

rileylaila5 Thu 07-Nov-13 15:46:37

i didnt ask for an opinion on the name!!thanks for your reply caz05.

Onesleeptillwembley Thu 07-Nov-13 13:31:13

I agree - neither. Awful.

YDdraigGoch Thu 07-Nov-13 13:16:32

Neither (sorry - not what you're asking I know sad)

caz05 Thu 07-Nov-13 13:15:25

I would say Brody but also also like it spelt Brodie (although will probably constantly get "is that Brody with a y or ie!!!)

rileylaila5 Thu 07-Nov-13 12:53:34

which spelling is best for a boy? and any middle name ideas? thanks

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