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Opinions on the name Noah Teddy?

(26 Posts)
FrostyApple Sun 28-Aug-16 15:21:58


SleepFreeZone Sun 28-Aug-16 15:24:15

Noah Edward sounds better I thibk

SleepFreeZone Sun 28-Aug-16 15:24:25


TheGreatDessert Sun 28-Aug-16 15:32:58

Noah is fine. Don't like Teddy. It's a very "soft" pairing...

PotatoBread Sun 28-Aug-16 15:34:47

The names are fine individually but don't go together IMO

ILostItInTheEarlyNineties Sun 28-Aug-16 15:37:19

Is that a bear?... Noah Teddy.

Lilaclily Sun 28-Aug-16 15:37:36

Agree I prefer Noah Edward

In my view Ted/ Teddy are nicknames not names but that's just my opinion

HoratioNightboy Sun 28-Aug-16 16:39:28

Sounds awfully twee to me. Sorry, OP.

user1471501988 Sun 28-Aug-16 17:32:37

Noah Edwin

OlennasWimple Sun 28-Aug-16 17:35:24

Noah is a hard name to pair, IMHO - ideally it needs a name beginning with a strong consonant to follow it, otherwise they all just blur together. Maybe not an issue, if you never really intend to use the full name other than formal occasions.

Having said that, I don't like "Noah Teddy", as I don't like Teddy full stop. Ted, maybe, Edward is better. "Edward Noah" is good, Ted for short?

YoungGirlGrowingOld Sun 28-Aug-16 17:40:10

Teddy is a nickname. Noah Edward is okay.

MrsGsnow18 Sun 28-Aug-16 17:40:45

Sorry OP I'm also not a fan of Teddy.
I like the above suggestion of Edwin though, that's a lovely name.

If you really like something though, don't be put off by the opinion of others!

crje Sun 28-Aug-16 17:43:21

No aagghh Teddy !!!!

It doesn't work

RiverTam Sun 28-Aug-16 17:44:05

I really like Teddy but I don't think this pairing goes, Edward would be better. Or Theodore.

Cozytoesandtoast00 Sun 28-Aug-16 17:45:20

Just no.

Sandsnake Sun 28-Aug-16 20:23:34

I quite like both names but I don't think they go together. Also, both names are very popular at the moment so I would probably look to pair Noah with something a little more timeless eg Noah Alexander, Noah James. smile

candykane25 Sun 28-Aug-16 20:26:06

Noah Theodore flows better.

Sophronia Sun 28-Aug-16 23:37:41

It sounds like "know a teddy"

twinjocks Mon 29-Aug-16 10:28:44

I don't like Noah but really like Teddy/Ted - great for child and adult imo.

roseteapot101 Mon 29-Aug-16 10:38:51

teddy is the nickname for Theodore i think Noah Theodore is a nicer pairing

ohidoliketobe Mon 29-Aug-16 10:42:38

Sophronia - oh yeah, I can't shake that now. 'I know a teddy bear. . . Blue eyes and curly hair.' Sorry OP.

I do like Teddy as a nickname but would go for full name e.g. Edward or Theodore.

CancellyMcChequeface Mon 29-Aug-16 14:02:20

No, a teddy.

I only like Teddy as a nickname, and the combination with Noah doesn't sound right to me. Noah Edward?

bloodymaria Mon 29-Aug-16 14:20:36

Have I got deja vu or have you posted this before op?

FrostyApple Mon 29-Aug-16 20:45:36

bloodymaria - no, I haven't posted it before. Why?

GinIsIn Mon 29-Aug-16 20:48:10

As PPs have said - Teddy is lovely, but it's a nickname for Edward or Theodore, not a name!

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