Telegraph! BOYS

Aaron George- Theo

Rhys David Timothy

Stanley Michael Andrew- Patrick & Freddie

Oscar Henry- Bertie

Rufus Axel William- Arnold

Hector Anthony Francis

Alexander- Lilias & Octavia

Ferdinand Jago Patrick

Fergus Charles- Rose

Ludovic Hood Crawford- Isla, Clementine & Thalia

Kit Arthur Cairnes- Max

Rex Robert Davy- Xar Vera

Benjamin Henry- Emily, Thomas & Phoebe

Keir Leo- Dominic & Oscar

Jasper George- Jonah

Rufus Henry- Sylvie

Henry Benjamin- Barnaby

Cosmo Jack Jervis

Albert Richard Timothy- Harry & Honor

Archie William George- Milo

John Edward Charles- Lettice & Rupert

Mungo Campbell- Archie & Fergus

Edmund William Helm & Wilfred George Barry- Martha & Henry

Hugo Julius- Felix

Gabriel Valentine

Rafferty George

Aldus Jack- Nora

Rory James Victor- Theo, Tilly & Rufus

Tarek Wafic- Farrah

Rafferty James & Jemima Rose

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8 Responses so far »

  1. 1

    Sophia said,

    I like Rufus Axel William; Lilas, Octavia and Alexander; Isla, Clementine and Thalia (Ludovic not so much); Sylvie and Rufus Henry; Milo and Archie William George; Gabriel Valentine; Rafferty George; Theo, Tilly, Rufus (very popular today!) and Rory James Victor; and Rafferty James and Jemima Rose are just gorgeous šŸ™‚

    • 2

      babynamelover said,

      I like Rufus, think it comes over as a dog name here which is a shame! I agree although I would have used something other than Rose šŸ™‚ I like Rafferty a lot though!

      • 3

        Sophia said,

        There was an article recently about the arduous process of naming children these days, written by a man who was expecting his second child with his partner (their older son is called Dashiell- Dash) and in the end they named their newborn son Rafferty Felix Chai, I believe. Pretty cute šŸ™‚

      • 4

        babynamelover said,

        That name is gorgeous! Chai like the tea? I like Rafferty and Felix seperately and together! thanks for sharing šŸ™‚

  2. 5

    Sophia said,

    I hope it’s not like the tea, that would be a bit weird, I assumed it to be pronounced like Kai. I’ve heard of a little boy called Malachai before (like Malakai) who got called Chai (Kai) for short. Hopefully it’s the same as that. I love Rafferty too šŸ™‚

    • 6

      babynamelover said,

      I don’t like Kai much, it means food in Maori. I get that it has a different meaning in Hawaiian but I couldn’t use it.

      • 7

        Sophia said,

        I think I heard that a while ago. I get that, ‘food’ isn’t the most becoming of meanings for a child’s name haha. I don’t like how popular/bogan it’s become. The only Kai I know personally is a little boy in my sister’s class and his sisters are named Samara and Sari which I think are really pretty and unusual, so I guess I don’t really think of it is “trendy” because of that.

      • 8

        babynamelover said,

        Sari is lovely!


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