Don’t laugh but…
LadyHalesBroach · 24/11/2021 18:14
Think I’ve found the perfect name for DD. Disclaimer: DD’s first name translates to ‘loveable’ in husband’s native language.
So DS name could be … ‘Mungo’. It’s Celtic for loveable too.
How bad is it?
Mungo… time for dinner!
Awesome job Mungo!
Let’s talk about Mungo’s school report.
Please someone tell me it’s a grower.
nancywhisky · 03/12/2021 11:10
but it's a fab name, so it gets the Go For It vote from me.
Saoirsesersha · 03/12/2021 11:13
I quite like it
At least your DS won’t be yet another Theo/Alfie/Jack/Harry/Oliver! 🥱
Velvetbee · 03/12/2021 11:17
I love it. It depends where you live, Mungo would be fine here - cathedral city in the South - but then we have plenty of Tristan’s and Ptolemy’s too.
Peregrina · 03/12/2021 11:17
Go for it. If names like Arther and Elsie can come back, why can't Mungo?
FriedasCarLoad · 03/12/2021 11:20
I quite like Mungo
But I'm confused about your explanation of Mabli. I assumed Mab rhymed with tab, until you said it was like Mable. So does the first syllable rhyme with Tab or Save?
cloudtree · 03/12/2021 11:21
David, Lief and Jebediah (Jeb) all also mean beloved
MonicaGellerBing · 03/12/2021 12:29
Oh ffs op get a grip
LadyHalesBroach · 03/12/2021 12:45
woah @MonicaGellerBing - u OK hun?
Haven't been back to this thread for a while but thanks for the positivity - rightly or wrongly!
But no thanks to Monica. December getting to you? I have a spare grip if you'd like it.
LadyHalesBroach · 03/12/2021 12:46
@FriedasCarLoad - it's welsh, so pronounced MAB-LEE. Not Mayble.
AuntDympna · 03/12/2021 16:10
Good luck Broach! Are you nearly there yet?
LadyHalesBroach · 03/12/2021 16:35
Three more weeks to go. I’m at the ‘get the kid the fuck out of me now’ stage.
I’m warming back to Mungo. I shall let you all know! He’s currently 97th centile and the aonographer today said ‘woah check out the hair’ so I dunno but Mungo feels like a good fit for a baby gorilla.
BlueFlavour · 03/12/2021 19:26
Mungo is lovely @LadyHalesBroach
I remember that stage so well
AuntDympna · 03/12/2021 19:58
madamsapple · 04/12/2021 10:22
St. Mungo's Day is the 13th January, if you can hold on till then...??!!!
LadyHalesBroach · 04/12/2021 19:33
@madamsapple I’ll be 46 weeks pregnant by st mungo’s day… but thats a great tip thank you. Tbh he’s probably going to arrive on Xmas day, in which case he’ll be called something like Noel. Or New Years Eve, I’ll call him Jools Holland.
Spidey66 · 12/12/2021 19:20
[quote LadyHalesBroach]@madamsapple I’ll be 46 weeks pregnant by st mungo’s day… but thats a great tip thank you. Tbh he’s probably going to arrive on Xmas day, in which case he’ll be called something like Noel. Or New Years Eve, I’ll call him Jools Holland.[/quote]
Noddy, after Holder?
LadyHalesBroach · 18/12/2021 12:24
A little update… nothing official because baby isn’t here yet (any day now!) but given some of the replies about Mungo, we just couldn’t do it.
Instead we’ve managed to find a Welsh name that DH and I can agree on…
Harbi, Harby or Harbie but registered Harbin. Harbin is Welsh but has a Germanic meaning apparantly too that means warrior. Unfortunately in Welsh it means ‘son of Owen’ and no, my husband is not Owen.
No negative replies please, my ears are covered and I’m going lalalalala.
TheCreamCaker · 18/12/2021 12:56
Mungo Jerry (In the summertime)
Mary, Mungo and Midge.
It's an awful name. Don't do it.
Scarby9 · 18/12/2021 12:59
My brother was at school with a Mungo. As others have said, from a Scottish family. Always seemed normal after an initial 'Oh? Unusual'
LadyHalesBroach · 18/12/2021 14:56
I mean I did just literally post that I wasn’t going to do it but please do keep shitting on the name
Spidey66 · 18/12/2021 18:35
Not heard of Harbin, but actually I like it.
RupertOscar1999 · 05/01/2022 22:33
Harbin is so cute Congratulations on your new baby
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