Discussion in 'TRIBE Main Forum' started by doughboy, Jan 23, 2002.
i'm going to scurry off now and find some good irish and scottish names.
That is a very nice name, but too close to my cousin Kevin's name.
Do you know what it means?
if the "he" is a "she" it will be twice as funny!
I believe my mom was reading a book by one of her favourite authors, and Kevina was the name of one of the characters used in it.
Not sure if it has a meaning or not.
My Best Friend's last name is Wannamaker he's gonna name his daughter Mary.
stir-fry, it's likely just a feminine version of kevin, which is 'caoimhín' in gaelic, and means happy birth or something like that.
My last name is Quinn.
If I ever have a son it's either Quinn or Quincy
'cianán' in gaelic, means ancient.
I like Hayden a lot... I've considered that one before...
Aidan & Mackenzie is just fine.
You don't need any more. hehe
I hate my name. HATE IT.
perfect for a boy or a girl
I always did like Courtney for a boy though.
do you mean jocelyn?
heh, its odd, my cousin sandra named her daughter jocelyn.
i think both a nice names but i hate the way they sound with an english tounge.
Wow, I forgot about this name, I'm in love with it. Janie is there a wesbite for the significance of gaelic names?
Janiecakes, do you have a list of Celtic/Gaelic names? Or a website I could check out.
I really like Celtic/Gaelic names.
i like the fact that you want an original name. my name isnt very common, Brianne. right now there are a lot of kids with the name Brianna, but its just not the same.
i was almost a kathleen, but because my father wasnt there i got the name brianne.
i like ethan a lot. kiara is a nice name.
congrats and good luck!
[joey] Kevin-ah! [/joey]
I think Mackenzie would be a mistake of a name for a boy, or a girl. It's so yuppy, popular right now it makes me sick.
I read a lot of romance novels and Aidan is always a female name.
Sorry to be a name pooper, just my $0.02.
aidan is traditionally a boy's name in ireland.
anyway, here are a couple of websites with gaelic names:
actually, it's pronounced kev-eena, but i get the joke
^ ubb owned us both
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