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    Quote Originally Posted by TreeGirl View Post
    Ooh would love to know your names and your belly bub's! Both my girls have traditional Welsh names!
    I'm happy to PM you.

    Quote Originally Posted by Ngaiz View Post
    If I'm correct my friend has the same name @Apple iPhart6 Her sisters are My.fanwy and Cer.idwen El.eri
    I wanted El.eri for a girl for aaaaages followed by my Mum's name/my middle name (it's a different Welsh name starting with C, similar to the one you mentioned) but a friend of mine named her daughter Eleni and I just can't do it now! I was always worried about the Eleri/Celery nickname, anyway.

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    Lol, my ds nickname is boy or the boy. Hilarious that people would take offence.

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    My brother is nicknamed 'boy' within our family.

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    Quote Originally Posted by almai View Post
    My brother is nicknamed 'boy' within our family.
    Haha - same...I don't think I've used his actual name for years :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ngaiz View Post
    I wonder if they were Maori....? It's common in our culture to call a boy, Boy. It's not generally the birth/given name but a nickname that becomes the name they become known by.
    Not sure what your nationality is but I've seen this in lots of Indian family's. Many Many Ku-mar's & San-she's but thats not their birth name but more of an adopted nicname.

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    I had a cat named Boy...

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    I've probably already posted this before, but I used to work at an indoor playcentre and once hosted a party for a little boy named King. I actually thought it was pretty cool though!

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    tyga (Kylie jenner's bf) has a kid called king. that puts me off the name a bit. I dont mind Kingston.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ~Marigold~ View Post
    I've probably already posted this before, but I used to work at an indoor playcentre and once hosted a party for a little boy named King. I actually thought it was pretty cool though!
    I thought that kids in Australia couldn't have royal names like king, duke, princess, etc.?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JR03 View Post
    I thought that kids in Australia couldn't have royal names like king, duke, princess, etc.?
    Don't think that'd true as there are 2 kids in my childrens daycare who are named princess and duchess.


 

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