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    Llewelyn is a welsh boys name. The traditional pronouncian has a variation to the beggining, but westerners commonly pronounce it as it is written.

    I've used the name for my DD6 (with a double l in the middle also, which is the westernised version of it) because I thought it was pretty enough to be a girls name, but it is supposed to be a boys name, not a unisex name.

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    You've probably already done this, but what about trying www.babynames.com.au and selecting celtic/irish/scottish/welsh as the origin? They've got some great names on there...

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    DP is a Rhys and i love his name

    This belly fruit will be Mannix if it comes out blue

    Other names I can think of:
    Cedric
    Blair (on our girls list but is unisex these days!)
    Ronan
    Tiernan
    Owen
    Orin

    Think baby names is a great site to go searching on! Will give you anglicised versions of names too if you prefer


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    Welsh names:

    Owain
    Dafydd
    Rhys
    Huw (pronounced Hugh, but spelt much nicer!!)
    Bryn
    Gareth
    Gryff
    Iwan
    Wynn

    ....loads more online I'm sure!

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    My DH is also Scottish so we wanted Scottish names too. Most of the ones we had on our list have been said except for Logan. I really liked it but ended up going with a different name. Good luck!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jackinabox View Post
    My DH is also Scottish so we wanted Scottish names too. Most of the ones we had on our list have been said except for Logan. I really liked it but ended up going with a different name. Good luck!
    Logan is cute!

    At the moment I'm really into: Mack but once again dh isnt inboard!!

    Thanks for all the great suggestions and websites!

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    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
    Mannix! That is a very cool name :-)

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    I have a Hamish His little bro is Clancy which is Celtic and means ruddy warrior.

    I love all the names suggested and can't really think of any others except for

    Cormac
    Morgan


 

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