For the past 5 months we’ve been contemplating unique baby boy names. Jolene and I cannot agree on any name. Choosing Johanna was fairly easy. We had a dozen or so backup names that we also agreed on. We even have a dozen or so animal names we want to name our future pets. A unique baby boy name, no so much luck.
We do have a list, but we have yet to agree on names. Many on the list are an affiliation of our heritage from Scotland, Ireland, England and many more. However, many of the ones we somewhat like have a negative connotation to someone we know. Some may not sound all the best to either Jolene or myself. Johanna has a few favorites as well. Since a lot of these names are very unique, we are not sure how many people will pronounce them in public, or if some will be made fun of. Below we are putting our list so far. Help us choose a name from the list below, or give us any ideas you may have to help us out. You could also help us out by helping us eliminate names by similar sounding relationships.
Ayden (we know a lot of people named this one though)
Braeden (Reorder of our Bearden surname, used to be my favorite)
Britton or Breten
Evert (not sure who came up with this one)
Flynn (not sure about this one, as it reminds me of Flynn Rider)
Lain – Gaelic form of “God is Gracious”
Lochlan (said in a Scottish form)
Lucas (we love Star Wars, so this was has stayed on the list)
Neven (Palindrome name, name spelt same backwards)
Nolon (Palindrome name, name spelt same backwards)
Nosson (Palindrome name, name spelt same backwards)
Paidaen or Paden – means Royal
Renner (Palindrome name, name spelt same backwards)
Zachary (Johanna likes this one, but Jolene doesn’t want to call him Zach)
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