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Originally posted by cody599
I'll start, my first son was called Lee (a hebrew word meaning to me, or mine as such). Lee unfortunately died from bleeding on the brain caused by a premature birth, the technology was not as advanced then as it is now.
My daughter was named in the family tradition of using Anne as second name for the first born girl, but as a homage to Lee we combined the two names and she is hence Lianne.
My second son was always destined to be Kylan to know his celtic roots (from his dad), but I was in Israel and the ex wife rejected it as it "sounded silly" so he ended up being named Elae after king David's most trusted general.
I was named after a guy that saved my dad's life and then, as a second name, after my maternal grandfather.
Just thought it may be fun to delve into the way we think and why we name our kids the way we do. The current Mrs Cody wants a kid, but I want a dog, so we agreed that we can have a kid if I get to call him/her fido
Originally posted by intrepid
I was reading a Star Trek novel last month, I was desperate for something to read and came across a name I thought would be lovely for a girl. It's Romulan but a beautiful name imo... Tal'Aura. I'd consider that.