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Aedan or Ardan for our 3 day old baby boy?

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CharlotteApplebee Tue 25-Apr-17 19:51:08

Our baby boy is 3 days old. Should we go for Aedan or Ardan? smile thanks!

MaudGonneMad Tue 25-Apr-17 19:52:14

Neither. Aidan or Ardal.

NewStateswoman Tue 25-Apr-17 19:56:49

What Maud said.

Congratulations on your baby boy flowers

GingerAndTheBiscuits Tue 25-Apr-17 20:00:21

Ardal is a cracking name. As we're stopping at our 2 DDs I'm sad I'll never get to pick an awesome Irish boy's name for a baby. Maybe I need a dog...

SwedishEdith Tue 25-Apr-17 20:02:36

I've only heard Arden for a female. Aedan - is that a traditional spelling?

MrsHughesCarson Tue 25-Apr-17 20:03:14

Aiden

ClashCityRocker Tue 25-Apr-17 20:06:05

Aeden. Ardon sounds like a Cockney saying 'hard on'.

vitaminC Tue 25-Apr-17 20:20:23

Aidan

DramaAlpaca Tue 25-Apr-17 21:15:14

Agree with what Maud said.

EatSpamAmandaLamb Tue 25-Apr-17 21:16:08

Aiden or maybe Auden. Not keen on your choices.
Congratulations by the way.

RicketyCricket Tue 25-Apr-17 21:16:23

Aidan.

Please.

Gallavich Tue 25-Apr-17 21:19:17

Where did you get those spellings from?
Aidan is nice

thebakerwithboobs Tue 25-Apr-17 21:26:56

No opinion on name-we need to see the beautiful squishy baby please!!

Elllicam Tue 25-Apr-17 21:29:39

Aidan is nice.

PortiaCastis Tue 25-Apr-17 21:31:43

Aidan is nice

Mum2jenny Tue 25-Apr-17 21:34:58

Aidan or Adrian are ok

strawberrypenguin Tue 25-Apr-17 21:36:24

I though Arden was a girls name? So Aidan

Sophronia Tue 25-Apr-17 21:40:25

Aidan or Ardal

LadyMaryofDownt0n Tue 25-Apr-17 21:43:12

Aodhan

2014newme Tue 25-Apr-17 21:44:16

Neither.
Aidan is a good name

buttercup54321 Tue 25-Apr-17 21:56:48

Aiden. Adrian. Rhian.

SuperBeagle Tue 25-Apr-17 22:01:37

I like Arden, but prefer it for a girl (and prefer this spelling, as in Elizabeth Arden).

I don't like Aeden.

How about Auden? I went to school with an Auden. Cool name, very unusual too.

FizzyGreenWater Wed 26-Apr-17 10:42:53

I don't like either and would go for Aidan, but of the two I would say Aedan as Ardan sounds a bit close to 'ard on (eek).

Haven't heard the Irish name Ardal before, but if you live in Wales perhaps not this either as it's the Welsh word for 'area' and is on lots of public signage, etc. To me seeing that written as a name looks very odd! grin

badtime Wed 26-Apr-17 11:06:35

Swedish, Aedan is a traditional spelling, possibly in Old Irish? (although I think it was actually Áedán). It is not commonly used, although I do know one little Aedan.

An example: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/%C3%81ed%C3%A1n_mac_Gabr%C3%A1in

I hope that helps anyone wondering 'where the OP got her spellings from'. hmm

FeedTheSharkAndItWIllBite Wed 26-Apr-17 13:50:34

Ardal is simply fabulous.

Adean... There are so many little Aiden/Aidans. And Aydens, Aydun etc.
Adean is lovely, but there are so many ways to misspell this...

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