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    Quote Originally Posted by Eleven Eleven View Post
    Cooper Peter reminds me of cooper pedy but that's just me being weird.

    I like Ethan or Elijah
    *nods*, I don't think Cooper Peter has the right flow, but it might sound better just said with your surname, which is the main way his name will be used. Coen 3-syllable-surname has good rhythm and it's a lovely name, I'd have to say that's my favourite.

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    Love the name Elijah

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    I like Cohen or Elijah

    What about....

    Kobi
    Max
    Flynn
    Finn
    Samuel/sam
    Zachary/zach
    Gabriel/Gabe
    Thomas
    Leo
    Archie
    Drew
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    Coen is my fav, another spelling is Koen, I have a friend spelt that way

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    Elijah for sure

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    Coen, Cohen or however you decide to spell it is my fave. Sounds good with Peter too.
    Coen Peter

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    Thanks to everyone for their replies - you've got me thinking now about Cooper Pedy!

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    Cooper Peter = Coober Pedy = not good!

    I like Cohen.


 

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