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Kieran or Cameron?

(40 Posts)
emmajanem Wed 15-Mar-17 20:57:06

Thank you smile surname is Michaels.

Sophronia Wed 15-Mar-17 21:08:17

Kieran (prefer Ciaran spelling though)

mum2be2boys Wed 15-Mar-17 21:42:25

Another vote for Kieran :-)

Purplebluebird Wed 15-Mar-17 21:58:11

Kieran smile

1horatio Wed 15-Mar-17 22:03:44

I really like Cameron. It's a lovely name smile

MelinaMercury Wed 15-Mar-17 22:07:22

I prefer Cameron as a name but Kieran goes better with your surname.

therootoftheroot Wed 15-Mar-17 23:20:51

cameron

Sugarpiehoneyeye Wed 15-Mar-17 23:24:04

Cameron.

user1489672271 Thu 16-Mar-17 13:58:21

Kieran... Cameron is still nice though!

Wolfiefan Thu 16-Mar-17 13:59:30

Kieran goes better with your surname. Easier to say together.

Awwlookatmybabyspider Thu 16-Mar-17 14:31:49

Kieran Michaels just rolls off the tongue

BarInSpace Thu 16-Mar-17 16:41:29

Kieran (preferably with a C)

MiniAlphaBravo Thu 16-Mar-17 16:43:00

Another vote for Ciaron if that's an option smile

ThroughThickAndThin01 Thu 16-Mar-17 16:43:29

Cameron

Rockaby Thu 16-Mar-17 16:55:46

Cameron

NoncommittalToSparkleMotion Thu 16-Mar-17 17:00:09

I like both but I know a Cameron Michael so am compelled to vote for that. wink

teabagsmummy Thu 16-Mar-17 17:07:52

We thought about Cameron but it had a strange meaning think it was bent nose?? It's a lovely name though

Footle Thu 16-Mar-17 20:45:32

Doesn't the name Cameron have negative connotations for anyone except me?

MaisyPops Thu 16-Mar-17 20:49:22

Footle
Does for me too. Must just be the people we know called Cameron.

Personally I like Ciaran over Kieran too.

have to be careful saying you judge or have assumptions based on your experiences with names because theres another thread where people claim they never do it and people who do are mean

SumAndSubstance Fri 17-Mar-17 09:18:23

Doesn't the name Cameron have negative connotations for anyone except me?

Do you mean, it makes you think of David Cameron? First thing I thought of!

BarInSpace Fri 17-Mar-17 09:51:13

Doesn't the name Cameron have negative connotations for anyone except me?

Yes, our ex-PM.

lljkk Fri 17-Mar-17 10:00:54

2 syllables in forename does work better, but both are good names.

EasyBoySleazyJet Fri 17-Mar-17 10:11:13

Both are nice but Cameron is just too much associated with David Cameron now and that ain't a good thing

WankersHacksandThieves Fri 17-Mar-17 10:59:27

I prefer Ciaran but Cameron is nice too. Both go well with your surname.

I'd not associate Cameron with David Cameron at all, probably because I'm in Scotland and it's a popular first name and has been for many years so I associate it with the Camerons I know rather than DC.

Ciaran means the little dark one - I have a Ciar instead as he wasn't and isn't little. We have that name as when it came to the last two names on our list, DH wanted Ciaran and I wanted Keir. We compromised.

ButterflyOfFreedom Fri 17-Mar-17 13:44:14

Kieran - but prefer the Ciaran spelling.

Cameron is nice too though.

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