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    I've known an Ace so I wouldn't use it. I like Ezra but DP doesn't.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mamasupial View Post
    I've known an Ace so I wouldn't use it. I like Ezra but DP doesn't.
    was the ace you knew an adult? what was his occupation? 😂

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    I actually met Ace at uni lol

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    He was studying engineering.

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    Id definitely put it down as a "cool guy" name.

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    Oooh i love some of your girl names especially Josephine , Genevieve and Primrose all with Quinn as a second name. As for boy names, I love the classic, timeless factor.
    Last edited by littleriv; 15-02-2016 at 05:16.

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    We have similar tastes in names.

    Boys:
    Boris
    Ludwig
    Wolfgang
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    Lumiere
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    Maximillian
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    Garath
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    Lars

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    May
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    Samantha
    Alana
    Turid
    Astrid
    Esther
    Gertrude
    Morgaine
    Guenevere.

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    My partner named my daughter so I may have more away this time. I did and do love the names he chose for our daughter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dinosaur Train View Post
    We have similar tastes in names.

    Boys:
    Boris
    Ludwig
    Wolfgang
    Fox
    Lumiere
    Gaston
    Maximillian
    Arthur
    Garath
    Garth
    Lars

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    May
    Quinn
    Samantha
    Alana
    Turid
    Astrid
    Esther
    Gertrude
    Morgaine
    Guenevere.
    Boris was on my list but I was ashamed to admit it. it's definitely a "strong" name. combined with our surname though I'm worried our kid will sound like a boxer 😂

    my dh loves fox!!! I'm not convinced lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mamasupial View Post
    He was studying engineering.
    omg 😂😂

    so there's hope yet!

    dh ran the name past a guy at work and the guy said "when I hear the name ace I imagine a guy in a baseball cap on sideways". I just don't get that connotation!!! I'm worried I'm the freak here!!!


 

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