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post #16 of 30
Any name is good, just as long as you like it.
post #17 of 30
call it NAMOR
post #18 of 30
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call it NAMOR

Done.
post #19 of 30
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Done.
Awesome. Ill name my kid Tony Romo
post #20 of 30
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Awesome. Ill name my kid Tony Romo

post #21 of 30
name it nugget. you're welcome.
post #22 of 30
Why don't you name it Cruiser?
post #23 of 30
Go for it, you have an excuse to dress him it a doggy tux and bowtie then

post #24 of 30
i'm not crazy about it.
but long names aren't bad.
my cat's name is Voldemort ("voldy" for short, and rarely "Lord Voldemort" for long).
post #25 of 30
Not a fan honestly. Sounds very much like a name a nouveau riche person would use as a try-too-hard way to show taste and sophistication they do not possess. Plus everyone is going to ask why you named it that/what it means etc... will get annoying fast...
post #26 of 30
Too long of a name. Two syllables max. I suggest Nifty. It's fun, cute, easy to say, your dog will respond to it.
post #27 of 30
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Not a fan honestly. Sounds very much like a name a nouveau riche person would use as a try-too-hard way to show taste and sophistication they do not possess.

Plus everyone is going to ask why you named it that/what it means etc... will get annoying fast...

i've seen some dogs called audemars and another winston after harry winston. lexus?
post #28 of 30
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My girlfriend agreed to naming our new girl puppy Sartoria... am I out of my mind?
Is your dog going to have a wardrobe ... or has it some connection to the flowering plants of the legume family?
post #29 of 30
Someone mentioned two syllables ... good advice. I suggest something ending in "y" or "ie" ... jodie, lucy, sophie, cody, etc.

Do avoid Nietzsche and Kierkegaard.
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Do avoid Nietzsche and Kierkegaard.

Baudrillard and Zizek, however, are perfectly acceptable.
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