Ashley
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Ashley asked in Pregnancy & ParentingBaby Names · 7 years ago

Baby names...hard K/C sounds?

Our last name is Krampf (said like Cramp but with an f on the end... it's German)

Some of my favorite baby names begin with K's and C's. Would this be too much??

Examples:

Katherine

Christopher

I plan on giving them easy middle names that don't start with C/K so if they don't like it they can go by their middles.... but I love those two names!

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  • 7 years ago
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    I think Katharine Krampf sounds lovely!! I love K's and C's too and this name flows very well with your last name! :D

    Christopher Krampf on the other hand sounds a little rhymey to me. You've got the double "krr" noise at the beginning of both names and the "f" sound in the middle of Christopher and at the end of Krampf. I think that one would be a little much honestly.

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  • TB13
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    7 years ago

    I think that would be cute :)

    - Katherine

    - Christopher

    - Cameron

    - Chloe

    - Kayla

    - Caden

    - Kylee

    - Cason

    - Kaylee

    - Krysten

    - Christian

    Those are name that's I love with that last name. I didn't just copy from a website, they're from my heart <3

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  • 7 years ago

    Katherine Krampf works, if you don't mind the initials, but i think Christopher Krampf is a bit much with the double Cr/Kr sounds. Hope this helps!

    :)

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  • simone
    Lv 4
    7 years ago

    Christina Krampf

    Kayleigh Krampf

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  • 7 years ago

    Kayleigh, Connor, Carleigh, Carlin are a few hard K/C names

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