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Names that contain Q,X,V or Z?

post #1 of 61
Thread Starter 
So I need two names for the 2 little fetal peoples i'm growing and I don't know the sexes yet so I may need two of either for each sex at come point.

So far only have one I love and that's a girl name with a great X in it, my name has a V in it and I have always been drawn to names with V,X,Q and Z's in them.
When you go to look up names you can find names that start with a particular letter but that leaves out ones that include it somewhere else, or anyone that are great and just not common.

so I turn to you ladies, can you help me brainstorm names for either sex, and maybe extra help either the boy options that start with or include theses letters? I shy away from really normal but am open to anything, I like ones that are creative and also seem classy.
post #2 of 61
Zoli (my brother's name)
Zachary (other brother's name)
Zoe
Zenobia (Zen, for short)
Azalea
Lizzy

Xavier
Alexis
Alex(ander), Xander for short

Vivian
Avril
Liv

Quinn
Quimby
Quill
Quentin
post #3 of 61
I think you will LOVE this:

http://www.babynamewizard.com/namipe...ed-name-finder

You can put in exclusions so it will come up with names that only have those letters in them somewhere!
post #4 of 61
I have to nominate my favorite name, for boy or girl, though prob better for girl -- Quetzal (in English, would be pronounced "Ketzel," rhymes with pretzel). It is the name of a rare bird in South America, and I have always wanted to use it but it got nixed long ago. It definitely would throw people for a loop, though, I guess...
post #5 of 61
Off the top of my head (and going through my lists ):

Oliver
Max
Alexander
Quentin
Ezra
Felix
Dexter
Evan
Vincent
Gavin
David

Violet
Maeve
Eve
Vivian
Veronica
Maxie
Zoe
Neve
post #6 of 61
I've always liked Zoltan for a male name.
post #7 of 61
Felix, Xander, Rex, Evan, Quinlan (a family name for me -- brother's middle name is Quinlan and I have a great uncle with the same name that everyone called "Q")

Eve, Liv, Roxy, Genevieve...
post #8 of 61
Axel
Edward
Edwin
Avery
Everett
Evariste
Devon
Ivan
Kevin
Sylvester
Sylvain
Balthazar
Jacques
Calixte
Dwight
Lorenzo
Ludovic
Oliver
Octavio
Pollux
Victor
Vincent




Avril
Evette/Yvette
Yvonne
Maeve
Mavis
Evangeline
Evelyn
Solveig
Sylvia/Sylvie
Jacqueline
Dominique
Frederique
Maxine
Axelle
Exene
Beatrix
Edwige
Edwina
Nolwenn
Roxanne
Calixte/Calixta
Eliza
Gwendolyn
Gwenaelle
Victoire
post #9 of 61
My son's name is Xan, and personally I think it's a pretty darn awesome name!

I also love the name Quinn for a boy, though it seems to be turning into a girls' name...
post #10 of 61
Aziel
Azura
Zela
Elisheva
Havelah
Avalon
Tenzin (boy)
post #11 of 61
I have a friend named Anique, and she's always loved her name.
post #12 of 61
I like those letters too

Girl--Violet
Boy--Zane
post #13 of 61
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by XanaduMama View Post
My son's name is Xan, and personally I think it's a pretty darn awesome name!

I also love the name Quinn for a boy, though it seems to be turning into a girls' name...
Yeah I agree with this, cept of course luck would have it that one of my best friends is a Xandra and my sister used Quinn as one of her billion million names on her daughter, so I think both are out for me.

I like Roxxane that's my favorite, i guess I can tell you gals because I don't have to worry about you stealing it in real life.

For boys the one I like is Vaughn but not in love with it yet.

I feel like I need something more interesting


Keep them coming, I specially love to hear about ones I am not as likely to find in a list somewhere.

I spend my whole childhood being the only one with my name and so did my sister, but neither are really strange if that makes any sence? So I would like to give my babies the same special place.
post #14 of 61
Zuri
post #15 of 61
Levi - though that seems to be getting more common for boys.
post #16 of 61
Viviana
Xosha
post #17 of 61
Zara or Neva for a girl?
post #18 of 61
how about Victory!
post #19 of 61
Thread Starter 
Hmm victory is kinda cool, I have always liked Victoria but wondered if it was a bit to classic and stiff, i'll have to write Victory on the list and live with it for a while.

Yeah Levi is nice, though I tend to shy away from names folks accociate with bibles. But I do like that one, too bad it's my husbands nephews name! Aparently the family has good taste.
post #20 of 61
I love the name Akiva.
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