What are some really diffrent boy names, nothing common, nothing to weird.

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Heather - posted on 04/17/2009

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My son's name is Holden Steuart. Steuart is a family name passed down, and Holden we just loved. Both are different, and not too weird!

Amber - posted on 04/17/2009

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I HAVE 4 SONS - THEIR NAMES ARE AUSTIN, BLAKE, JAXON AND PARKER. I LUV THEM ALL! :)

Charlene - posted on 04/17/2009

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Hi I have a Tristan James, which I thought sounded strong and gave him the nickname TJ. I love the names Declan, Aidan. I have a friend with a Brant and a Rafael (Rafa for short) Kyler, Keifer, Kennedy, Brent, Brett, Camden, Holden, Cameron, Rayden, Graydon. Good luck and have fun.

Louise - posted on 04/17/2009

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My little boys are Logan and Riley, different but not to different that they get picked on in the playground, good luck

Amy - posted on 04/17/2009

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I have 2 boys one is Taggert we call him Tag and I have Draike. We always get complements on thier names. Especially Tag

Georgia - posted on 04/17/2009

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Mine are called Travis and Zane, which isn't too weird, but if I ever have another then he'll be called Seven.

Marina - posted on 04/17/2009

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My youngest is called Declan. It's Irish and means tenth born but he is only one of two!! Thought it really unusual 16 years ago. Heard somebody on the TV called Declan in 'The Riff Raff Element' - a comedy drama thing that was on. Mind you nobody else seems to remember the programme! Let us all know what name you decide on!

Jinglebones - posted on 04/17/2009

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You might try going to lists from different countries or regions - I live in a french community in Canada and I've heard some pretty unique names here - Livain, Alzeo, Cashin, Riel, Tilmon, Onile, Mederic, Eliodore, Nazaire, Etienne, Jadus, Emmanuel, and first nations Canadian names I've heard - Larkin, Nahanni, Sequoia. A lot of the names I saw from other posters are quite common here in Canada but having lived all over the country in the past few years, I've noticed that popularity tends to be regional. I never heard or saw the name Caden in the Quebec area where my first was born, but it was extremely popular in the north where our second was born.

Roxanne - posted on 04/17/2009

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Quoting Roxanne:

I am sharing a colossal secret here, as this is my most prized baby name. We are going to be naming our first son Paxton. Good luck!
Also, I like Xavier, Evan, Ian, Alton, Elijah, Hunter, Luke, Grant, and Theodore-although only because of the nickname Theo. My husband hated these because they were "too effeminate". I have known a Clinton, Wade, and Trey as well but these do not strike my personal fancy.


I also was good friends with a Blaise (sounds like Blaze). He was gorgeous. LoL.

Roxanne - posted on 04/17/2009

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I am sharing a colossal secret here, as this is my most prized baby name. We are going to be naming our first son Paxton. Good luck!
Also, I like Xavier, Evan, Ian, Alton, Elijah, Hunter, Luke, Grant, and Theodore-although only because of the nickname Theo. My husband hated these because they were "too effeminate". I have known a Clinton, Wade, and Trey as well but these do not strike my personal fancy.

Claire - posted on 04/17/2009

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i have 2 boys and my husband named both of my children the oldist is call Travis and my youngist is Talon he wanted uncommon name

Vicky - posted on 04/17/2009

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I have a son Colby. Suits him great and he was named after a fallen soldier, so it has meaning to us!

Prez - posted on 04/17/2009

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just recently i search the net for my friends baby boy. i went to biblical and he liked the name ADRIEL means: flock of God.

User - posted on 04/17/2009

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I have two sons and a daughter my first sons namd is Takoda - which means friend to many and so when we named our daughter and last son we wanted to stick with the common "native american/western names" so Our daughter is Sierra and our youngest son is Nevada.

Jessi - posted on 04/17/2009

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My son's name is Blake. I also like Jackson, Colton, Cohen, and Landon.



Have fun choosing!

Amanda - posted on 04/17/2009

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My husband and I could not agree on a boy's name when we were expecting... good thing we had a girl, Paige Dolores. Names that we considered were Hunter, Carter & Ethan. I love Tristan, Dorian, Xavier, Zander, Seth and Cyril. Good luck...I know the frustration! ((And Congrats!!))

Jamie - posted on 04/17/2009

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My husbands name is Parrish, and I love its uniqueness, but he hates it, so I was like you with my son (Elliott) I found that the names that we considered the most were the OLD common names. Oliver and Oscar were others we considered.

Sara - posted on 04/17/2009

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I'm partial to going back to basics for names. I work in a daycare and see sooo many weird names that I'm sure their parents thought were "original". The "standard" or biblical names are acutally the more unusual now, and they are truely classic. Of course there are some weird ones there too.

I also was given advice to check out the initials to avoid weird combos, and also how they would be as his monogram.

:-)

Wendy - posted on 04/17/2009

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Dont forget to think about how it will sound alongside his surname xx I love Kieran(bias) Hayden,Elliot xx good luck

Nicole - posted on 04/17/2009

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I have Blake - I wanted something strong, and short. Blake wasn't able to be shortened any further which was fine by me! No-one's ever spelled it wrong, and they are not common, but not so out there that people screw their nose up!!

Jenni - posted on 04/17/2009

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I love Kaidyn pronounced Kay-den. My daughter was to be Kaidyn if she were a boy, but Kailah it became :-)

Alayne - posted on 04/17/2009

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my husband named our 3rd child connan said as con nan i wanted connor so it was close lol good luck

Janetta - posted on 04/17/2009

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we names our son Tarkyn its different but close enought to common names to not weird people out

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