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What do you think would sound good with Seth?

Our last name starts with a D, so any A or T middle names are out (S.A.D., and S.T.D.).

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Lurking from another DDC...how many syllables is your last name? Knowing that could help with the flow.

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Lurking from another DDC...how many syllables is your last name? Knowing that could help with the flow.
2 syllables Thanks!
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With a two syllable last name, I could see a one or a two syllable middle name flowing well along with Seth.

Do you like common names like Jordan and James? Or would you prefer something pretty unique?

The two J names came right out for me with the name Seth. I'll think of more if you give more information on what kind of name you'd like (and do you want to avoid something on the top 10/top 100 or would you like one of those?).

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Too bad the initals don't work because I love the sound of Seth Aaron.

But how about:

Seth Connor
Seth Dean
Seth Francis
Seth Lukas
Seth Micheal (I really like this one as well)
Seth Patrick
Seth Quinn
Seth Robert (like this one too)
Seth Ryan


I tend to lean more towards traditional names so I can't really come up with good unique names.

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With a two syllable last name, I could see a one or a two syllable middle name flowing well along with Seth.

Do you like common names like Jordan and James? Or would you prefer something pretty unique?

The two J names came right out for me with the name Seth. I'll think of more if you give more information on what kind of name you'd like (and do you want to avoid something on the top 10/top 100 or would you like one of those?).

This is fun

Yes, I thought the same thing about J names, but our 2nd child's middle name is James.

I am totally open to any name- popular or unique.
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Too bad the initals don't work because I love the sound of Seth Aaron.

But how about:

Seth Connor
Seth Dean
Seth Francis
Seth Lukas
Seth Micheal (I really like this one as well)
Seth Patrick
Seth Quinn
Seth Robert (like this one too)
Seth Ryan


I tend to lean more towards traditional names so I can't really come up with good unique names.

I know! I keep liking A and T names best! Seth Aaron does sound beautiful!
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Seth David
Seth Isaac (Ooh, then you have Sid as a nickname because of the initials!)
Seth Matthew
Seth Alexander
Seth Nicholas

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Seth Henry
Seth Daniel

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Seth Henry
Seth Daniel
My first son's middle name is Daniel! =)
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What about Seth Ian? It sounds similar to Seth Aaron, but without the A initial problem. Or something that rhymes with Aaron - Seth Darren, Seth Baron?

Or other names that end in -en or -on? Seth Jackson? Seth Cameron? A pp suggested Seth Jordan - I like that one, too.

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Too bad the initals don't work because I love the sound of Seth Aaron.

But how about:

Seth Connor
Seth Dean
Seth Francis
Seth Lukas
Seth Micheal (I really like this one as well)
Seth Patrick
Seth Quinn
Seth Robert (like this one too)
Seth Ryan


I tend to lean more towards traditional names so I can't really come up with good unique names.
We know a Seth Ryan, Seth Michael, and a Seth Robert there is another one but do think I can remember it ahhhh Seth David

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We know a Seth Ryan, Seth Michael, and a Seth Robert there is another one but do think I can remember it ahhhh Seth David
dude that is a lot of Seth's! Is it that popular where you live?
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every time i've seen this post my brain goes....rogen? not at all helpful

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Seth Samuel
Seth Oliver (but that sadly gives you SOD)

(I think I'm drawn to a 3-syl middle name to go with a 2-syl last name?)

By the way, you ladies are awfully good at this. I'm going to crash post here when I start having name-xiety. Which is frequent.

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My first thought was Michael.

Then I thought Garrett.
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dude that is a lot of Seth's! Is it that popular where you live?

I guess it is, but almost all of them are over 30.

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