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    Senior Member Notaskinnychef's Avatar
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    well we just found out the gender of your upcoming little one and were going to use Ryker for a boy as it is a surname form of Richard (my name) and also all the men in my family have the initials RBF, now with it being a girl, we have decided upon Sienna but you are welcome to use Ryker, altho I don't know how that would translate

    p.s. no reference to any star trek btw for those thinking of it lol

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    DAMN! I know I heard the original and now I can't remember it... right on the tip of my alcohol scrambled memory.

    How bout Strop? Or, better yet: Hone, which is even better if you know the rhyming last name.
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    Justin,

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    Quote Originally Posted by tkern View Post
    Just had this conversation with another forum member. Here are some names his wife rejected but yours may not:CPM154, Super Blue, Aogami super, Honyaki, Mokume, Thor, Thumper, Odin, Sledge, Gravlax, Braise, Pickle, Nasturtium, Salt, Poblano
    Wow, talk about deja vu!
    I'm following this thread carefully now, as we need to pick a middle name in the next 36 hours. Braise is totally kick-ass, but for some reason my wife does not see the brilliance.
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    My Grandfather on one side was Ragnar and we would be naming any boy that if graced with a boy.
    Sven
    Eric
    Lars
    Hans
    Jaeger - Scandinavian version of Hunter

    Theory beat me to Seven - but you would have to make it Scandinavian so it would have to be Sju

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    we named our little guy Carlo fwiw, but little Italian heritage there not so much Scandinavian.

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    Heimdall.

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    Cash, everyone loves cash.

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    Lucas...then if he's a troublemaker you nickname him "Loki".
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    Braelan or Mika
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