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Oppinions appreciated on full name

(17 Posts)
Whythesnoring Fri 01-Dec-17 06:39:37

..Vincent Bentley
(Bentley being the surname)

Any thoughts / alternatives greatly appreciated

We have a Hugo, does it 'go' with his name ?!
Thx smile

pipilangstrumpf Fri 01-Dec-17 07:09:46

Yes, Hugo and Vincent sound great together!

AnyaMoondial Fri 01-Dec-17 07:52:25

Vincent Bentley has a good ring to it I think.

dowotmakesuhappy Fri 01-Dec-17 08:41:25


Sugarpiehoneyeye Fri 01-Dec-17 09:13:50

Great choice !

Mrsknackered Sat 02-Dec-17 10:41:36

I like it a lot smile

bridgetreilly Sat 02-Dec-17 15:15:59

I don't love it, sorry. To me Hugo and Vincent don't sound like they would be in the same family.

SumAndSubstance Sat 02-Dec-17 22:00:50

I think Vincent Bentley and Vince Bentley are good. I'm not so keen on Vinnie Bentley, if that's what you think you might end up calling him. I think Hugo and Vincent sound great together.

Dolwar Sat 02-Dec-17 22:38:38

I really dislike Vincent. makes me think if vinnie Jones as a gangsterin some film.

IJustGotHitByADeer Sat 02-Dec-17 23:11:02

I like it smile

dotdotdotmustdash Sat 02-Dec-17 23:13:29

I also thinks it sound hard and 'gangsterish'. I can't imagine a baby being called Vincent.

How about Owen or Lucas?

pipilangstrumpf Sat 02-Dec-17 23:18:31

Vincent is much nicer than Owen or Lucas imo!

pieceofpurplesky Sat 02-Dec-17 23:33:02

Not a fan of Vincent - I know a few elderly ones and associate the names with them (from when I worked in a social club). I love the name Hugo though - the two don't seem to go together.
Hugo and Benji
Hugo and Ollie
Hugo and Arthur
Hugo and Lucas
Hugo and Miles

C0untDucku1a Sun 03-Dec-17 09:15:22

Oh god not lucas. Seriously there are enough already!

Vincent and hugo do go together. But anyway why do they need to?!

If you want more ideas why not look at the year hugo was most popular and see what else was popular then?

C0untDucku1a Sun 03-Dec-17 09:19:01

Most popular in 1887. Heres a list of popular names that year. Not much different to now!

MammieBear Sun 03-Dec-17 09:30:43

They are fine together, good choice.

Homebird8 Sun 03-Dec-17 09:34:13

I'm not sure on the 'cent Bent' bit in the middle. Very similar sounds together. Vincent is fine, just wouldn't be for me with your surname.

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