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OnNaturesCourse Sun 26-Mar-17 14:37:00

Boy... Jaxson Philip R. Girl... Taliah Beth Lynn R (tah lee ah) (also considering Bethlyn)

GuinessPunch Sun 26-Mar-17 14:38:36

Are you appearing on the next American teen mom?

OnNaturesCourse Sun 26-Mar-17 14:43:38

Wow, no need to be rude

OnNaturesCourse Sun 26-Mar-17 14:43:58

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

LottieL Sun 26-Mar-17 14:48:14

I'm not so sure about the spelling of Jaxson, and Taliah isn't a favourite of mine either.

Chathamhouserules Sun 26-Mar-17 14:52:14

Don't like jaxson. Wouldn't like it even if it was spelt right. Taliah is quite nice. I know a Saliha (pronounced same way) It is a Muslim/Pakistani name I think. It's really nice but she is always having to tell people how to say/spell.

OneSecondAfter Sun 26-Mar-17 14:52:22

Jaxson doesn't make sense to me because the name only needs the s if you're spelling it Jackson. If you're using an x, the s is totally unnecessary and really confusing. So I'd go for one or the other - Jackson OR Jaxon.

Chathamhouserules Sun 26-Mar-17 14:52:52

Don't like jaxson. Wouldn't like it even if it was spelt right. Taliah is quite nice. I know a Saliha (pronounced same way) It is a Muslim/Pakistani name I think. It's really nice but she is always having to tell people how to say/spell.

OneSecondAfter Sun 26-Mar-17 14:53:07

P.s. I like Taliah (presuming it's pronounced Tal-ee-uh.

Chathamhouserules Sun 26-Mar-17 14:58:30

Sorry didn't mean to post twice. Actually it's pronounced Sa Lee ha.

Loyly Sun 26-Mar-17 14:59:59

I don't like them, sorry.

AssassinatedBeauty Sun 26-Mar-17 15:08:42

What sort of thoughts are you after? If you like the names then it doesn't matter what other people think.

crapfatbanana Sun 26-Mar-17 15:35:57

Not ever so keen. I like Jack Philip and Beth Lynn.

OnNaturesCourse Sun 26-Mar-17 16:01:11

Thanks to those with constructive thoughts. After all this is a baby name forum!!!

We originally thought of Jack but my DP prefers Jaxson (he says Jacks Sin more than Jack Son) and means I can use Jax (jacks) as a nn. Again Taliah is his choice which is growing on me!

LottieL Sun 26-Mar-17 16:58:49

Can you not just spell it Jaxon? Or Jackson?
The Sons of Anarchy character nicknamed Jax has the proper name of Jackson so it clearly doesn't effect the NN possibility 🙂

Gallavich Sun 26-Mar-17 17:01:36

Jaxson confused
Jax had the s sound, jaxson is just unnecessary letters. It looks horrible and also illogical.
You can use jax as a nickname for Jackson. Jackson is a nice name! Don't ruin it.

florascotianew Sun 26-Mar-17 17:03:16

OP - I don't want to criticise. This is not about your choice of names - that's entirely up to you - but about spelling . As previous poster says, 'x' is used to spell the sound 'ks' or 'cks'. So 'Jaxson' = two separate sounds, 'jacks' + 'son', with a sort of pause for breath in the middle. If that's what you want, then fine. But won't that lead to confusion? People will hear and think 'Jack's son' (child of a person named Jack) rather than the name 'Jackson' or 'Jaxon'.

Talia is normally spelled without an 'h' at the end:

A similar name of different origin has an 'h' after the initial T :

sosieso Sun 26-Mar-17 17:27:36

I teach a girl called Talia who is lovely, but it isn't to my taste. I would spell it Talia though, not Taliah if you do go with it. Don't like Jaxson (autocorrect keeps trying to spell it Jackson).

Rockaby Sun 26-Mar-17 18:13:15

I don't like Jaxson (sorry). I'm not mad about Jackson, but it's a perfectly ok name. It's just the strange spelling I'm not keen on.

Taliah on the other hand is really nice, but I prefer the spelling Talia.

Are you open to other suggestions or not really? If yes then:

Jenson Phillip R
Jackson Phillip R
Jasper Phillip R

Bethany Lynn R (nn Beth)
Elizabeth Lynn R (nn Beth)
Matilda (nn Tilda or Tilly)
Natalia (NN Talia)

If you are not open to suggestions then obviously ignore me! grin

adamharriet Sun 26-Mar-17 18:58:06

Taliah/Talia Beth Lynn is a very pretty name. Jaxon is ok. X

Usanayme Sun 26-Mar-17 19:21:33

Taliah/Thalia/Talia is nice

Same thoughts on Jaxson as everyone else. Jaxon or Jackson would be better (although I prefer Jaxson to Jaxxon, which is one I've come across)

Sophronia Sun 26-Mar-17 19:47:29

I'd spell them Jackson and Thalia

OnNaturesCourse Sun 26-Mar-17 20:03:27

I prefer Jackson but DP is keen on the Jax part/sound. I guess Jaxon makes more sense but I want to say Jacks-son.. Like a longer on sound..with than spelling.

The sound Jack must be in boys name.

Girls not set

All middle names are set so we are working round those.

Gallavich Sun 26-Mar-17 20:10:10

Jackson and jaxon are pronounced exactly the same confused

Rockaby Sun 26-Mar-17 21:06:00

Jaxon and Jackson are pronounced exactly the same to me as well - jaxon rhymes with klaxon. Jackson rhymes with klaxon.

I prefer Jack on its own or maybe John / Jonathan with nn Jack. Jackson is ok and Jaxon is ok. Jaxson makes it look like jax...son.

It's so hard to explain this is writing! Hope it makes sense smile.

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