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    I was going to suggest Hamish, but you've already got it! It's a great name

    DS was nearly Patrick, I think if we have another little boy that's what we will have.

    We also considered Evan and Liam - we weren't specifically considering Scottish or Irish names but they were what we liked.

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    I love celtic names - my DH is from Edinburgh. We named our DS Lewis, which I think is actually Welsh, but there's the Isle of Lewis in Scotland which made us think of it. Love Liam as well. We're expecting our second bub any day now and have loved reading this thread to get ideas for this one too. What about Harrison or Harris, or Campbell... Pity about Angus, it's so cute! DH hates my fave boy name for bub #2 which is Jonty - I'm still trying to work on him. They have such silly reasons for not liking names!!

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    The only name that I can think of & hasn't been mentioned yet is "Kieran" (sp?)
    It's actually my doctors name as well.
    I like Cameron from your list.

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    My bub's middle name (or one of them) is welsh. It's Taliesin. Not totally said the way it's spelt, but there are some variations on the spelling if you care to search. It's the name of a historical welsh bard.

    Good luck finding the perfect name for Bubs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mumoflewis View Post
    I love celtic names - my DH is from Edinburgh. We named our DS Lewis, which I think is actually Welsh, but there's the Isle of Lewis in Scotland which made us think of it. Love Liam as well. We're expecting our second bub any day now and have loved reading this thread to get ideas for this one too. What about Harrison or Harris, or Campbell... Pity about Angus, it's so cute! DH hates my fave boy name for bub #2 which is Jonty - I'm still trying to work on him. They have such silly reasons for not liking names!!
    Lewis is such a great name, all the Lewis's I know (including my cousin) are handsome men/kids!

    I forgot to mention that H's are out. My son is Hamish and both SILs boys start with H... one more H and my MIL might die!

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    Quote Originally Posted by juf84 View Post
    I was going to suggest Hamish, but you've already got it! It's a great name

    DS was nearly Patrick, I think if we have another little boy that's what we will have.

    We also considered Evan and Liam - we weren't specifically considering Scottish or Irish names but they were what we liked.
    If my Mum hadnt named her cat Patrick it would be high up there! Lucky its a cute cat!

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    My husband's family are Irish and we've been playing around with names similar to the ones you're looking for too. His family is filled with James, Patrick, Sean, Keiran. We're still TTC so not sure if we'll ever get to use it but....

    We love the name Malachy (pronounced mal - a- kee)

    Love it because it sounds a bit like a surname and is still easy to read and pronounce.

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    A few of these have already been mentioned, but these are my favourites -

    Finn
    Blaine
    Regan
    Ambros
    Angus
    Conner
    Lennan
    Mannix
    Quinn

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    Quote Originally Posted by NAT256 View Post
    My husband's family are Irish and we've been playing around with names similar to the ones you're looking for too. His family is filled with James, Patrick, Sean, Keiran. We're still TTC so not sure if we'll ever get to use it but....

    We love the name Malachy (pronounced mal - a- kee)

    Love it because it sounds a bit like a surname and is still easy to read and pronounce.
    Malachi (I liked it with an i, lol) is such a nice name. I've liked it ever since reading Angela's Ashes. Its not one I have mentioned to DH tho...I think I can predict his response tho (ahh such a male!)

    Quote Originally Posted by Milktini View Post
    A few of these have already been mentioned, but these are my favourites -

    Finn
    Blaine
    Regan
    Ambros
    Angus
    Conner
    Lennan
    Mannix
    Quinn
    Lol, three of your names are on my list! Angus, Connor and Quinn (quinn for both male & female!). Finns also lovely, but has been used in the family. And DH has said no to Regan!


 

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