Tell me a boys names iv never heard before?!

(63 Posts)
ChristineDaae Mon 15-Jul-13 08:07:26

Stealing the idea from the girls thread someone else started because some great names came up on that thread, but I'm pretty sure this baby is a boy so need some inspiration!

Probably heard quite a few of these, but it sounded like a good challenge to me:
Adom, Adwin, Alphonse, Amidor, Aristide, Aristides, Avinathan, Breccan, Brennus, Cassius, Colby, Cyrus, Elric, Erasta, Ezana, Gratian, Jesper, Junix, Lovel, Malkiel, Maric, Marlon, Maurus, Maxen, Merrick, Merrit, Morris, Pherick, Obasi, Obi, Reuel, Theodor, Varian, Varric, Andor, Desta, Jaimie, Sol, Tanis, Wynne,

superlambanana Thu 18-Jul-13 00:29:55

Emmet
Emlyn

Apileofballyhoo Wed 17-Jul-13 23:39:59

Naoise (Nee-sheh)
Ailill (Al-lil)
Setanta
Fiachra (Feeah-kra)
Iarla (Ear-la)
Cormac (Cormuk)

Ozias (great, great, great grandfather)
Absalom (also in family tree)
Alvar (also in family tree)

xyla Wed 17-Jul-13 23:00:06

Iapyx
Alchemy

Melissakitkat Wed 17-Jul-13 22:18:25

Tiberius
Bartholomew

rob99 Wed 17-Jul-13 22:12:46

Clamp
Eyebolt
Spinach
Unai

thingamajig Wed 17-Jul-13 21:53:57

Orenthal (OJ Simpson's name)

Ohhelpohnoitsa Wed 17-Jul-13 21:51:38

oooh I like Corran. Its lovely.

Ohhelpohnoitsa Wed 17-Jul-13 21:51:05

Eben
Cennard
Junaid
Lucius

NoNoNoMYDoIt Wed 17-Jul-13 21:16:46

Inigo

iclaudius Wed 17-Jul-13 21:13:44

Keep them coming !!

Fraxinus Wed 17-Jul-13 18:54:29

Top list!

Isidro

Tiago

Maud2011 Wed 17-Jul-13 18:43:15

Anselan

Wishful Wreford is an old family name

Ambrose
Wendel

ArabellaBeaumaris Wed 17-Jul-13 07:06:20

Celso
Tasilo

MalcolmTuckerSwearsBy Tue 16-Jul-13 23:08:56

Seoraidh, pronounced Shorey.

Struan

Feargal

Albus

Cornelius - used for about 5 generations of sons in my family tree , but DH vetoed it!

jalapeno Tue 16-Jul-13 22:39:09

Oops terribly sorry jemima just noticed it is your DS's middle name blush perhaps it is different associations in different places...If it is any consolation my DS's name is Isaac and the amount of people that spell it Issac and actually pronounce it that way astounds me!

jalapeno Tue 16-Jul-13 22:36:39

jemima I got the pronunciation from the first post about Euros...my point was that it looks like the currency. It is such a common word now as currency that is how anyone would read it if coming across it in anything written, surely?

Iwaswatchingthat Mon 15-Jul-13 22:59:13

Ivo

FunnysInLaJardin Mon 15-Jul-13 22:57:14

Aurelian

Euros just looks like currency though!

It isn't pronounced like the currency, it is pronounced "Ay-ross". It is DS2's middle name.

bamboostalks Mon 15-Jul-13 22:51:00

Alaric

lemonpuff Mon 15-Jul-13 22:48:13

Baltazar

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