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James, Hugo or Alistair?

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AJH2007 Tue 25-Feb-14 11:21:31


Alisvolatpropiis Tue 25-Feb-14 13:03:04

James is the nicest

squoosh Tue 25-Feb-14 13:03:42


HyvaPaiva Tue 25-Feb-14 13:04:24


Onyabike Tue 25-Feb-14 13:04:30


BlueChampagne Tue 25-Feb-14 13:04:35


charleybarley Tue 25-Feb-14 13:05:12

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BlueStarsAtNight Tue 25-Feb-14 13:05:32

Hugo, then Alistair, then James.

Leeds2 Tue 25-Feb-14 13:58:59

James, then Alistair.

mandbaby Tue 25-Feb-14 14:50:44

James or Hugo.

SuperWifeANDMum Tue 25-Feb-14 17:43:25

Hugo or Alistair. James is too common.

MummyGreen11 Tue 25-Feb-14 17:45:24

All nice, Hugo James for me! smile

AJH2007 Tue 25-Feb-14 17:52:41

Thanks all - I've always liked Hugo but have had some negative feedback (sounds try hard, type of thing) and DH likes Alistair. So do I but not sure about Ali/Al as inevitable short forms. Lastly James is a lovely "safe" choice but very popular. Argh...

findingherfeet Tue 25-Feb-14 18:20:34

Oohh I like Hugo grin

BirthdayMuppet Tue 25-Feb-14 19:18:45

Alistair! Ds1 was this for two days, and then we switched to Alexander for two days, to see which we liked best. Alexander stuck, but I do have a soft spot for Alistair too.

StrawberryCheese Tue 25-Feb-14 19:33:18

I'm going to be biased here as my DH is called Alistair smile a few of his friends call him Ali, this makes me cringe so I understand why you're not sure. It just doesn't suit him. 90% of people use his full name though.

Orangeboat Tue 25-Feb-14 20:01:46

James - love
Hugo- ok
Alistair- dislike

Summerfever Tue 25-Feb-14 20:03:37

James and Hugo - lovely names. Both were on my list (dh vetoed Hugo sad) but we ended up with a dd anyway.

SacharissaCripslock Tue 25-Feb-14 20:07:29


I have one. I'm in Scotland where it's always in the top 10 and there's meant to be loads but we don't actually know any other child James'.

I can't say Alistair without saying it with a dreadful 'posh' Scottish accent so I'd choose Hugo as my second favourite.

CPtart Tue 25-Feb-14 20:21:06


Passthesaltdear Tue 25-Feb-14 20:25:08 love love it!

florascotia Tue 25-Feb-14 20:34:46

Alasdair is the Gaelic for Alexander. It's good name; strong and substantial. (Alistair is an Anglicised spelling; the Gaelic avoids the nickname 'Ali', if that ,matters to you.) James is classic - short, elegant. Hugo is nice, too.

Whichever you choose among the three will be fine.

justhayley Tue 25-Feb-14 21:08:02

Hugo with James as a middle name grin

Theonlyoneiknow Tue 25-Feb-14 21:09:46

I like it spelt Alasdair as above. Not keen on the nn though which is unfortunately inevitable!

bouquetofpencils Tue 25-Feb-14 23:14:19

James Alistair.

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