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Khadijah

Boonville, IN

#2 Mar 2, 2013
Firstly, you need to think of what kind of man you want your son to be. Then, you take that and look for a name. For instance my daughter was my princess so I named her Ahmira which is Arabic for princess, Kadeeja is middle name which means Premature Daughter which she was. Pronounced the same as mine just different meaning. My son Isam means Great Ruler and middle name Rodell (which is is dads name) has a similar meaning. It was hard for me and my siblings to spell are Muslim names but they have great meaning and are very important people in the Islamic Faith. So just search and have a idea of what type of I guess you could say Legacy that you want your child to have. Good Luck and Congrats to you!:-)
justwantingtokno e

Evansville, IN

#3 Mar 2, 2013
I've always personally liked the name "kayden" or "Aiden"... But (not trying to be racist) but they sound like very white names .(;
Hmmm

Monroe, CT

#4 Mar 2, 2013
Stick with a real name, not some damned cutesy name that was made up in a trailer park.

Elementary schools are PACKED with kids named Kayden and Jayden and Braden, just as they were crammed with unfortunate little girls stuck with all sorts of horrible variations on the Brittany name a few years ago. Dakota was done to death too.

Name your kid something dignified, for crying out loud. He's going to be stuck with it until the day he dies, after all.
Hmmm

Monroe, CT

#6 Mar 2, 2013
Think long and hard about that last one.
Hmmm

Monroe, CT

#8 Mar 2, 2013
Nope. Too contrived. Doesn't have any significance. Just like Britnee and Jayden. It's not a name that will carry a kid very far.

Don't kid yourself. What you name a child will affect how the world treats him.
hhhmmm

United States

#9 Mar 3, 2013
Kane... Jordan...Noah..Zamar...premier ...Levi...Blue...

Ke'juan is alright tho.
Vicki S

United States

#10 Mar 3, 2013
CandyLady wrote:
Like I said I like Alonzo and Lorenzo ... but I'm also thinking of Ke'Juan too
looks like a good unique name im trying to prounce it though and struggling
Hmmm

Longmeadow, MA

#11 Mar 3, 2013
Vicki S wrote:
<quoted text>looks like a good unique name im trying to prounce it though and struggling
He will be stuck spelling it for everybody, all his life. Pronunciation will also be butchered by his teachers and anyone who has to announce his name over a PA system or cold call him on the phone.
Hmmm

Longmeadow, MA

#12 Mar 3, 2013
Trust me. I have a unique name. YOU might think it's cute, but your son has to live with it.
proud momma

United States

#13 Mar 3, 2013
My sons name is ayden I chosed it cause its unique nd its not something that will b easily made fun of I go for creative names nd or spelling
Hmmm

Longmeadow, MA

#14 Mar 3, 2013
There will be thousands of Aiden/Ayden/Aidan/Aydon/Aydin/ Aydyns in nursing homes in 2090. The name and spelling aren't as clever as you think they are. Honest.

Now we have a spate of Brittany/Britney/Brittney/ Britnee/Brytney/Britni and God knows what other "uniquely" named 20 year olds working at WalMarts across the country.

Want a unique name? Pick a traditional one. Your kid would be a standout as John/Juan in a sea of Braydens and Ke'juans.

Use your head.
mercy

Evansville, IN

#15 Mar 3, 2013
Give your child a name he won't grow up and hate you for. If my parents named me something stupid... I'd hate them forever!!
mabe

Bellevue, WA

#16 Mar 3, 2013
Azure..Pronounced au-jur..Iv never heard it before..its not long & complicated either..Or Jontae' Lorenz- without the "o"? Idk what you think so far but most of My friends & alot of My family always ask for name suggestions, they say I come up with great baby names...what is your & your husbands names?
Hmmm

Longmeadow, MA

#17 Mar 4, 2013
Azure is a color.

It's blue.

That's not how it's pronounced.
love

Covington, KY

#18 Mar 4, 2013
The first name you love and can see yourself calling your child... My friend had a name picked for her daughter ,and when she saw her for the first time she just knew that the name did not fit and came up with another name. My daughters name is very unusual and sometimes I regret it because so many people pronounce it wrong, but it is a beautiful name. ( She is the only ******* that I know of) some people don't like her name but Who cares what anyone else thinks, it's your baby and you'll find the perfect name
Chrysise

Jakarta, Indonesia

#19 Oct 25, 2014
I've always liked the name Gloyd, it sounds cute and unique.
Hard name

Evansville, IN

#20 Oct 26, 2014
Hmmm wrote:
Stick with a real name, not some damned cutesy name that was made up in a trailer park.
Elementary schools are PACKED with kids named Kayden and Jayden and Braden, just as they were crammed with unfortunate little girls stuck with all sorts of horrible variations on the Brittany name a few years ago. Dakota was done to death too.
Name your kid something dignified, for crying out loud. He's going to be stuck with it until the day he dies, after all.
Raiden the god of lightning is the best one
Chick

Evansville, IN

#21 Oct 26, 2014
I like Liam
mt.drew

Ferdinand, IN

#22 Nov 8, 2014
Jennifer
repercussions

Bowling Green, KY

#23 Nov 8, 2014

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