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ToddBell Tue 07-Feb-17 01:35:35

Thinking of Brook for our son. Opinions?

ShoutOutToMyEx Tue 07-Feb-17 01:40:44

I do like the name and the meaning, but I'd assume Brook(e) was a girl. People will get used to it though.

SuperBeagle Tue 07-Feb-17 03:15:04

Brooke is such a well known girl name, that I'd automatically assume that a Brook was a female.

Brooks is a bit more masculine sounding?

mrsBeverleygoldberg Tue 07-Feb-17 04:01:51

I know a male Brook. Without the e is a boys name. Never been teased about it.

mrsBeverleygoldberg Tue 07-Feb-17 04:02:15

I know a male Brook. Without the e is a boys name. Never been teased about it.

Jooni Tue 07-Feb-17 07:37:29

I think I prefer it for a boy, actually. I don't think he'd be teased.

Jojo13 Tue 07-Feb-17 08:35:57

I actually prefer it for a boy too.

Soubriquet Tue 07-Feb-17 08:41:05

My niece is a Brooke

I really hate the name tbh

Pipilangstrumpf Tue 07-Feb-17 08:45:10

I know a male Brook. I like it and find it very masculine sounding. Easy to spell and say and not overused. Great choice!

Popskipiekin Tue 07-Feb-17 08:45:21

I've got a male friend who goes by Brooke because it's part of his surname. Tbh I think it's a masculine sounding name however you spell it, though I know we are getting more and more used to boys names for girls. You like it then use it for your son. Your family and friends will grow to associate it as a boy's name.

MollyHuaCha Tue 07-Feb-17 08:51:46

Not that keen, sorry...sad

JC23 Tue 07-Feb-17 09:09:19

Never heard of it as a boys name before but I like it!

ineedamoreadultieradult Tue 07-Feb-17 09:11:43

I would assume a Brook would be a girl. Have you considered Brock ?

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