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Finn - are there a lot about?

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upthewolves Sun 23-Apr-17 05:57:52

I like Finn but really don't like Finley/ Finlay. I'm aware it has become quite popular but I've never met any (I'm in Australia though). How many Finns do you know?

SuperBeagle Sun 23-Apr-17 06:34:50

I'm in Australia and know one Finn, one Flynn, and two Finleys - one a boy and one a girl.

ComeBackWillyWillpower Sun 23-Apr-17 06:35:55

My little DS2 is Finn grin I love it

Sophronia Sun 23-Apr-17 07:29:31

I know one aged 3

upthewolves Sun 23-Apr-17 07:31:58

Thanks! I also know 3 Flynns and several Finley's. I think Flynn is nice too although it has a bit more of a trendy vibe to it and wonder if it will be one of those names that will be really popular for a short time.

Comeback good choice! smile

Naming boys is hard!

WindwardCircle Sun 23-Apr-17 07:43:05

I know three, aged 12, 9 and 2.

MiniMaxi Sun 23-Apr-17 09:34:22

Our DS was nearly a Finn!

I know one Finn (8 months) and one Flynn (2 yo)

RedStripeIassie Sun 23-Apr-17 09:36:42

Finbar on my husbands side. Shortens to Finn. Love it.

Summertime10 Sun 23-Apr-17 09:37:37

I know 1 Finn in his 20s, 1 Flynn in his teens and a Finlay who's 5.
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Jooni Sun 23-Apr-17 09:57:46

I don't know any just Finns, but I come across a few Finleys and know one little Finnbar, which I think is v cool! Finn is a lovely name - simple and strong.

ScarlettDarling Sun 23-Apr-17 09:59:54

I know a few but it certainly isn't common. I really like it. Love Flynn too.

MrsCharlieD Sun 23-Apr-17 15:58:23

I know 3 finlays and 1 Finn. There are also 2 more finlays on the nursery name badge wall but i dont actually know them. I also know a flynn but she's a girl. It's very popular here.

PurpleMadness Sun 23-Apr-17 16:00:00

I know two. I like it but prefer Finlay.

grufallosfriend Mon 24-Apr-17 07:23:06

I know lots of Finns (Finlay, Finley, Finnian), a couple of Quinns and one Flynn.

Abrahamkin Mon 24-Apr-17 08:42:12

I'm in Denmark. Plenty of Finns here. Mostly men in their 50s+ grin. Don't think that is relevant if you have no plans to move here though.

TheScottishPlay Mon 24-Apr-17 08:45:58

The Finlay I know has a Scottish Mum and Irish Dad. Shortens to Finn and works in both countries.

LBOCS2 Mon 24-Apr-17 08:56:15

I know three Finlays under 5, and they all get shortened to Finn...

MrsNuckyThompson Mon 24-Apr-17 09:14:46

I know one Finn in the UK aged 5 and one Finnbar in the US aged 7.

Justmadeperfectflapjacks Mon 24-Apr-17 09:17:40

I have a Fynn. . He is 13

wigglesrock Mon 24-Apr-17 10:35:11

I would know 5 or 6 - all primary school age and younger, so under 11s. Most of them are short for Fintan.

upthewolves Mon 24-Apr-17 10:58:34

Thanks very much all. I suppose there is a 'family' of Finn type names which makes it seem very common. Not sure if it matters though!

Changedjustforthisonly Mon 24-Apr-17 11:00:38

MY DS is Finn (short for something else not mentioned on this thread) and I love it
I know of one other Finn and a couple of Finley/Finlays

TheScottishPlay Tue 25-Apr-17 09:47:41

Finton is a great name too.

grufallosfriend Tue 25-Apr-17 13:51:57

Abrahams, do you mean Finns from Finland grin

Abrahamkin Tue 25-Apr-17 18:13:43

*@gruffalo*: Ha! grin No. I mean actual men with the name Finn!

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