Post # 1
Will be G R A. It’s tradition in my Darling Husband family for the men to be named RGA then GRA then RGA and so on. And I have been looking for a nice G name, the only thing I like so far are Graeme and Grayson, but my husband hates Grayson!
any suggestions bees?
Post # 3
@alleynesgirl: I like the name Gavon! you could do Gavon Richard or whatever for a middle name….
Post # 4
I like Grayson! How do you pronounce Graeme? I’ve never heard it before. I thought it said grime at first. =/
You seem to like unique names, what do you think of these?
Post # 5
- Wedding: November 2013 - St. Augustine Beach, FL
@alleynesgirl: Grant, Grady, Granger, Grayer, Graziano, Grantham
Gustavo, Gideon, Giles, Giordan, Godric, Gunnar, Galen, Gareth
Post # 6
@alleynesgirl: Gideon , Gus, Grayson/Greyson , Gilbert, Giorgio , Gill.
Thise are all I can think lf at the moment. Lol
Post # 7
I have never heard that name, is it a variation if Gavin?
Post # 8
My fiance’s name is Geoff and I love it. It is a common name, but the spelling is unique 🙂
Post # 9
@allyfally: just another way of spelling Graham lol
Post # 10
@alleynesgirl: Oh! I never would have guessed that. I was thinking of it as graym! I do like Graham.
Post # 11
@alleynesgirl: I like traditional, easy to spell names and names that fit adults well. If I can’t pronounce it, I wouldn’t want to give it to a kid to always have to spell for people. Those are my biases, so if they aren’t important to you, totally ignore my suggestions 🙂
I like Galen, Garron, Graham, Gabriel, Gavin, and Griffin
Post # 12
Don’t uses Grayson/sen .. it’s the next Aiden. I have two friends and a cousin that named their sons that.
Post # 13
Garrison, Gregory, Geoffrey, Garrett, Gordon
Post # 14
I like Garrett, graham, and Gavin!
Post # 15
@HisIrishPrincess: well my husband nixed the name already, but I do like it.
@Pollywog: I do like Gabriel! and my husband is kind of a traditionalist but man, I wish he had the “g” name, our job would be so much easier!
Post # 16
@alleynesgirl: I agree! I also can think of Gregory and George. This is tough!
ETA: What about Gilmartin or Gilroy?