♀ Juno: Ooh I kinda have an interesting feeling about Juno. It's a name I really want to like, because it's kind of quirky while still being a classic (I mean how much more classic can you get than Roman mythology) but I think its one of those names that really has to fit the kid... if that makes sense at...
Best answer: ♀ Juno: Ooh I kinda have an interesting feeling about Juno. It's a name I really want to like, because it's kind of quirky while still being a classic (I mean how much more classic can you get than Roman mythology) but I think its one of those names that really has to fit the kid... if that makes sense at all.
♀ Celia: I love Celia it's so elegant and classy, but also a bit spunky, different, and a little fresher than Cecelia but still with all the fun nickname possibilities.
♀ Amity: Loving all the Latin names! I'm not a huge fan though of virtue names, but I do like that Amity is different.
♀ Maya: Maya has such a warm place in my heart and I will always love the name; however, I just can't deal with the popularity of it. Since my husband and I come from quite big families it never really was an option since there are a ton of Mias, Mayas, and Myas it just wouldn't make sense. We loved the alternative Kaia/Caia and also Mila but those are also rapidly rising in the ranks. I love how different all your other name choices are in this list though and Maya just seems too popular and commonplace (although I hate to say that since I love the name so much) to me.. however, that totally depends on where you are located in the world and it will likely differ if there weren't an abundance of Mayas in your kids' current circles
♂ Orion: I really love Orion! It's so cool and the Greek mythology connection is awesome! There's so much history around the name I just think any kid would have a blast learning about the story behind their name (e.g., my own son lol). But back to the name - it's handsome, masculine, cool, and edgy and a definite modern yet classic twist to Ryan.
♂ Garrison: It's okay, I prefer Harrison though. Plus, I really don't like the potential nickname of Gary.. makes me think of my all my old high school teachers way back in the day. I think it's personal preference really.
♂ Conrad: Conrad is a very intelligent name to me - I can see it fitting someone very studious and hardworking. It's very strong, masculine, and understandably from German roots.
♂ Seth: Of all the Biblical names it's one of my favorites! Seth is sweet and gentle, and I really like it. It's one of those names that is masculine but still is very soft and sweet which is definitely more my taste in boys names (much to my husband's dismay lol)
You can't go wrong really with any! Such a cool list you have here :)
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