These are the actual, real, not made up, boy's names I have come across and I was wondering what you all think of them. Please remember they are really someone's names and are definitely not my personal choices, but that's ok ;) Do you like any of... show more These are the actual, real, not made up, boy's names I have come across and I was wondering what you all think of them. Please remember they are really someone's names and are definitely not my personal choices, but that's ok ;) Do you like any of them?
Best Answer: I have known three boys called Ari, and one called Arie. I've known about seven Todds, an Arturo and about three Pierres. I've also met a Byron and a Clayton. Those names aren't that unusual. The other names seem more like surnames.
Chauncey- 6/10. Cool surname, but weird first name.
Nefftali- 0/10. Ew. Just... ew.
Beshoy- 0/10. Yuck.
Ryne 2/10. This just sounds like a mispronounced 'Ryan'.
Ari- 7/10. Cute.
Byron- 4/10. I prefer Bryan.
Arturo- 6/10. Nice Spanish name.
Nestor- 1/10. Weird.
Denton- 0/10. Sounds like 'dentist'.
Celso- 0/10. Don't know how this is meant to be pronounced. 'Kelso' or 'Selso'?
Oren- 2/10. Don't like it.
Todd- 5/10. Kind of cute. At least it's a real name.
Juan- 3/10. Boring and common.
Clayton- 4/10. I kind of like it, but it's pretty common where I'm from.
Redman- 0/10. Definitely a surname.
Pierre- 9/10. Cute, cute, cute. I have always loved this name.
I love the name Byron because he is one of my favourite poets although naming a child this would put quite a burden on their shoulders because he was a famous womanizer who lived an extremely scandalous life and became the basis of the literary Byronic hero.
Clayton and Pierre are the only other two I kind of life. I prefer Clay more than Clayton and Pierre is nice for it's French sound but it also remind me of the bubbly water.