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KLG3101 Mon 30-Nov-15 10:32:58

Thoughts on Falconer for a baby boy?Falconer was my late fathers first name.

I have before so apologies for anyone I'm boring to tears. We are really struggling with boys names as friends have used names we love.

Other options

George
Harris
Harrison
Innes
Leo

Middle name is James

Girls names were a breeze!!!!

squoosh Mon 30-Nov-15 10:35:30

I've never head of it being used as a name before but the family link would be nice. Suppose it's not that much different to other occupation names like Cooper or Fletcher.

I prefer Leo though.

poorincashrichinlove Mon 30-Nov-15 10:38:04

It's a very strong name and not one I've heard before. I kind of like it and expect it's a 'grower' and the connection to your late father makes it more endearing.

Your other options are good 'safe' names with the exception of Innes

celtictoast Mon 30-Nov-15 10:46:53

First thought was Lord Falconer. I haven't heard of it as a first name before but agree the family link is a nice thought.

I like Leo, George and Harrison best of your other choices.

Sophronia Mon 30-Nov-15 12:42:27

I'd prefer it as a middle name. Leo Falconer or James Falconer would be nice.

hobitty Mon 30-Nov-15 12:43:41

I think it would work well and has a lovely association for you. Falco would be a cool nickname.

serin Mon 30-Nov-15 16:25:50

I like Harris.

GothJoose Mon 30-Nov-15 17:30:02

It sounds like an old money American but that's not necessarily a bad thing.

I like Leo/Harris and Harrison

GothJoose Mon 30-Nov-15 17:31:27

Forgot to say that I think it would be nice to name ds after your father

IoraRua Mon 30-Nov-15 17:45:31

It sounds a bit too modern American surnamey for me. I think it would make a lovely middle name though.

BrienneofQarth Mon 30-Nov-15 17:47:26

I think it's great! What's your dd name? (Assuming you have one, as girls names were a doddle!)

CakeRattleandRoll Tue 01-Dec-15 16:15:05

Really like Falconer. Reminds me of Robert Falcon Scott, so sounds brave and adventurous.

Also like your other names, although Innes seems more feminine as it makes me think of Ines. (Really like Angus though.)

twirlypoo Tue 01-Dec-15 16:19:42

I know a guy who's surname is falconer, but who always gets called Falco and he is the coolest dude ever - I really like it, and it had a lovely sentiment behind it. It's a yes from me!

sleepyhead Tue 01-Dec-15 16:21:14

Yes, being called Falco would be v cool smile

squoosh Tue 01-Dec-15 16:21:49

If I met a Falco I'd have to force myself not to sing 'amadeus, amadeus, amadeus, rock me amadeus'.

AnchorDownDeepBreath Tue 01-Dec-15 16:23:40

Falco reminds me of the footballer who flopped for Man Utd last season (Falcao?)

I like Falconer, though.

hellhasnofurylikeahungrywoman Tue 01-Dec-15 16:26:29

My son is a falconer, he would've loved to be named Falconer too. It's a great name smile

squoosh Tue 01-Dec-15 16:32:29

Is he a falconer by profession? How cool!

enderwoman Tue 01-Dec-15 16:37:40

I think it's one that would grow on me despite not really being a bird person.

hellhasnofurylikeahungrywoman Tue 01-Dec-15 17:28:49

Yes squoosh he is, much to the consternation of his science teacher who once told him he would amount to nothing! DS took great delight, at the age of 19, in going back to his old school with a bloody great big owl on his arm to do a display that had been arranged for a Leaver's Day. The look on his science teacher's face was a picture apparently.

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