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    Naming a Baby (Boy)

    Don't get me wrong, but nothing anyone says on this forum will likely impact what I name my impeding (boy) baby, but a wrench has been thrown into the naming process and I am scrambling a bit.

    My wife and I had a name pegged a year ago, but recently found out that my closest cousin named his child the exact same name, which isn't a common name -- so there will basically be two people with this name in the US and they would be cousins with the same first and last name. So now I am trying to think of something else, but it is hard after being decided for a year on it.

    I like Scandinavian names as that is my heritage, but it isn't necessary. I have an odd first name for those who don't know what the k. stands for, it's Karring. So odd is good too.

    So throw it at me; see if it sticks. I am open to suggestions.

    k.arring
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    Gyuto? Ferrule? Sharpie?

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    I was thinking the middle name would be 15n20.

    k.
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    Why, Drinky Jr., of course

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    I thought you would have suggested Koa, Stefan.

    k.
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    So your cousin stole your name?....or was it a freak coincidence...if he stole it I'd make him change his name or beat the **** out of him.....ryan


    viva la revolucion !

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    I have always liked Logan as a name, but its not scandinavian.

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    It was just a coincidence, but the strange thing is that my cousin is named the exact same name as my brother. I always thought that was kind of weird that my uncle would name his child the same as his brother's child, so now I don't want to do the same thing.

    k.
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    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

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    lmao....Pickle

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