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i like darcy for a girl
I'm telling Darcy (the boy)
darcy is my boys name, pretty obvious where i got that from...
rory - boy
ophelia - girl
i really like tigerlily too....
but i think it makes a really nice girls name also
if im really unlucky and have three boys
well, not really. But always for me.
he had good arms, i've never known of a girl called rory.
i think it sounds quite cool though, cute when they are little and strong sounding when older..
there is so much beautiful imagery associated with it.
THE END OF DOOM
Dante for a boy, and I can't think of a decent girls name.
I don't know many people called Dante...
My friends have just named their child Dante. Best name ever.
Eleanor Dylan for a girl (will be known as Dylan)
Cole Arthur for a boy
and another name that is my perfect baby name and i can't divulge it because of baby-name stealy types and that
i'm not having kids though.
Dewey, and Lewey
GIRL = Chylamidia
including 1 family with daughters called ocean storm, and winter breeze. and their son........................budweiser!
no word of a lie.
id call my daughter robyn, duno about a boy, maybe spartacus
Boy - Skeletor
Girl - Teela
WOOO MIDDLE CLASS R US
And am kinda fussy
Wyatt (so I possibly should watch fewer Westerns)
Blair (in honour of GUESS WHO)
and maybe Noëlle and Linnet. But not so much.
And that's literally every name in existence I like to any degree.
or Jesse from Before Sunrise/Sunset, or from the Gilmore Girls, or Yu-Gi-Oh.
There's so many to choose from.
reece, maureece and ethen with maureece as a middle name.
first born girl. I had a full list, but I've forgotten the combination of first and middle names.
that sounds good in my head, but written down looks a bit shit. Hmmm.
Thats about as kooky as I'd get though. I've always liked the name Niamh too.
That said, I'd like to have a daugther called Jennifer after my Dad's mum who died when he was a kid
Darcy is such a horrible American high school type name.
Woody, for a boy (obviously).
are called Hope and Isobel.
and yes I am a big Mazzy Star / Bel and Seb fan.
Charlotte was a pretty name, so I'd be inclined to use that for a girl. For a boy it'd have to be something football-related, though I'd imagine Eric and Cristiano are non-starters.
I like Zoe, Emily and Anna for a girl.
I used to like Ben for a boy, but then I met thewarn, so that's out now. Same with Bamos.
I might just call him Sam after me. Or RapMaster 3000.
I met a mum, dad and baby all called Sam :o)
There's no sneaking a reference past you, is there?
Like as in Darcy Bussel.
I also like Ophelia though.
Troy and Callum
is that irish? i seem to love all irish boys' names.
THeir great grandmama complained about The name Troy and hoped we would christen him a good god fearing name.....but we didn't.
I did however tell their names to 4 corners of the earth and the winds on top glastonbury tor and chucked some water on em, so I have 'named' them ritualistically.
IS called Callum. I'm really sorry, I should read spawn posts first :-S
and Nigel Pearson if I have a girl.
I hope it's a girl. Or a boy
William V1.01 for a boy.
i want to reclaim Paris as a boy's name...
as for girls umm Cordelia...to keep up the Shakespeare theme with less madness...
with a girl with the surname Kenhard. We tried our best to get her to call her son Fu.
called sebastian. he'll wear dungarees.
anyway, Oscar, Elliot, Joshua for boys
Annabel, Marianne/Mary-Anne for girls
Kerouac (shortens to Kes) for a boy
Rose-Willow for a girl
Ruan/Francis for a boy
Mia for a girl
What happened the classics, like Jack and Sarah?
These names all reek of a certain background. Not that that's bad, but I wouldn't want my kids to introduce themselves and instantly be labelled from a certain class just because of their name. Names do influence first impressions like that.
Names that are self-consciously 'different' tend to just come across as either pretentious, snobbish, or crass.
There are a few exceptions, but they are rare. Dylan seems to be one of those, can go either way.
Even I'm not that pretentious!
as in the Brand New song / dog from the Barleycorn pub.
And only really want girls anyway.
Charlotte (known as Charlie)
Harriot (known as Harry)
I've just realised that these all end in 'Ott' and that two are linked with the royal family but oh well.
you could call them:
'i'm calling my child maximillian if it's a boy, and jack if it's a girl. Yeah I know it's a boy's name, that's why it's good!"
a bit sorry for some of these unborn kids. they're going to get bullied.
In fact, nobody even remembers him now, apart from you. I think you're a secret avid fan
Dylan for a boy
Lyla or Matilda for a Girl
that's waht i'll call it. Its nickname will be Toad.
It'll live in a hutch too, and when it goes to school i'll ensure it's the weird smelly kid that no-one likes.
"This young Ruddiger..."
"His name is Bart!"
"It doesn't matter what the child's name is !"
All of them, regardless of gender.
Blue or Bernard for a boy.
And India or Cherry for a girl.
I don't know really, I'd pick something that I think suited the kid, but that is also really unusual.
i like the name elliott, but my surname..
make me think a bit too much of the kid from E.T.
I'd be on the popularity lists if there weren't so many spellings.
Your name, darcy, is in position number 209 in our 2008 list.
Last year it was in position number 206
Your name has dropped 3 places since last year
Your name, darcey, is in position number 280 in our 2008 list.
Last year it was in position number 310
Your name have moved up 30 places since last year.
Your name, darcie, is in position number 434 in our 2008 list.
Last year it was in position number 507
Your name have moved up 73 places since last year.
What I find amusing, is that most of the people I know who want fairly unusual names for their children, and so call them Martha / Matilda don't seem to realise that every other middle class baby being born is getting one of those two names. It's going to be the Emma / Emily of ten years ago. Why do I follow name trends so obsessively anyhow?
(from registered names 2006)
If you don't know how to spell a name, please don't use it. Especially if it's that one....
in the boys column:
any one or a combo of the above
I'll leave you to work out what the serious ones are
as I don't want kids, but I'd go for Agnes (after my grandmother, not bloody Deyn), Kitty (other grandmother) and Betty (just like the name).