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    I don't mind it, it's different without being too out there. It's pronounced as its spelt.

    I like it better than Vincent TBH but that might be because my brother has a really drop kick of a friend called Vincent so I dislike it by association.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lincolns mummy View Post
    I think they are both awful.
    Lol thanks for reinforcing why I vowed never to seek other's opinions

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    I actually don't mind Vinden

    Not a fan of Vincent though.

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    I think Vinden is pretty cool.

    Though.. It wouldn't take much for teasers to turn it it Vin-la-din, or Vindaloo, gotta think about the bad nicknames as well as the good.

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    Vinden and Vincent or both cool and if you intend to use Vinnie or Vin, it probably doesn't matter too much really.
    I don't think Vincent is too popular so go with your gut feeling

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    Not a fan of Vinden, to be honest. Den or Vind could also be nicknames.

    Vincent is okay though.

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    I like Vincent better. A friend has a Vander (NN Van) and I think it's such a cool name (and I tend to prefer more traditional names).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Polly6034 View Post
    I like Vincent better. A friend has a Vander (NN Van) and I think it's such a cool name (and I tend to prefer more traditional names).
    I liked Vander too! Great name. Hubby didn't like it though..

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    first time I've heard this name and I really like it! I also like less common names and people would be able to pronounce it correctly. I almost let my friends opinions change my baby names but I'm so glad I didn't. The names suit them perfectly and everyone couldn't imagine them being called anything else. Go for it!

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    I think it's alright. I personally wouldn't use it but I totally get not wanting a super popular name.


 

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