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Baby names

Sibling for Fraser

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Penny21xxx · 25/01/2023 22:23

Suggestions for a sibling for Fraser please?
(Either gender).

  • Love Margot but won’t go with surname.
  • Love Florence but don’t want to get stuck with F names should we have any more children.
  • Kind of like Jacques but Jax is really popular so putting me off
  • Same with Isaac


Ideally a name around about the same amount of letters as Fraser.

TIA x
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GlendaSugarbeanIsJudgingYou · 25/01/2023 22:24

Niles!

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Uppingham · 25/01/2023 22:24

Niles obviously

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mikado1 · 25/01/2023 22:24

Gotta be Niles 😃

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Piffpaffpoff · 25/01/2023 22:25

Magnus
Gregor

lorna
Lily

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LizzieBet14 · 25/01/2023 22:26

Joseph ❤️

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YourWinter · 25/01/2023 22:26

Felicity (ok it’s another F)
Kirsty
Iona

Alistair
Angus (nn Gus)
Callum

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Missdotty · 25/01/2023 22:27

Niles or Daphne

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Penny21xxx · 25/01/2023 22:27

I’ve just had to Google Niles after these comments - must check the cast names before choosing haha!

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Abasnada · 25/01/2023 22:27

Daphne or Meridith

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Puffalicious · 25/01/2023 22:28

Murdo (adore this name)
Fergus
Struan
Lauchlan
Angus
Arran
Murray

Morven
Isla
Bonnie
Mirren/ Murren
Maisie
Skye
Dolina

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ICanHideButICantRun · 25/01/2023 22:29

Isobel if it's a girl.

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mikado1 · 25/01/2023 22:29

Martin
Lilith

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WordtoYoMumma · 25/01/2023 22:29

Hamish

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Mumofgirls2017 · 25/01/2023 22:29

Fraser and

magnus
louis
ellis
elliott
jacob
harrison
jude
callum
rowan

evelyn
edith
delilah
eliza
josephine
eloise
millie
harriet
violet
nancy
tabitha
Meredith

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ThisIsTrifficult · 25/01/2023 22:32

My friend has a Fraser and little brother Bruce!

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tootrueblue · 25/01/2023 22:35

Mathilde or Oscar

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picnicshnicnic · 25/01/2023 22:41

Why is everybody saying Niles?

Fraser is not the same name as Frasier.

How about:

Callum
Josh
Luke
Samuel

Annabel
Maisie

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bucketsoflove · 25/01/2023 22:48

Magnus
Campbell
Archie
Daniel
Liam
Struan


Megan
Christie
Mhairi
Isla

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NotMeekNotObedient · 25/01/2023 23:02

Harriet nn Hattie?

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uncomfortablydumb53 · 25/01/2023 23:08

Isobel
Iona

Callum
Cameron
Ewan
Rory

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IdisagreeMrHochhauser · 26/01/2023 01:44

Murdo was the first thing that sprung to mind and I googled it and it turns out that Murdo Fraser is a Tory MSP so you might want to avoid that.

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Penny21xxx · 26/01/2023 20:30

Thank you for all your suggestions, much appreciated x

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miniaturepixieonacid · 26/01/2023 21:39

I know Frasers with siblings called:

Patrick, Ewan and Harrison.

For girls, I think Abigail, Charlotte and Miranda go well.

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jtaeapa · 26/01/2023 21:44

You can call the baby Florence - it doesn't mean you are stuck with F names for future kids.

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RebeccaCloud9 · 26/01/2023 21:45

To the PPs saying Niles etc, Fraser and Frasier are different names!

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