Sophisticated Boy Names?!!???!!?

So my aunt is having a baby boy.She is British and my uncle is Irish.They really want a sophisticated name.Maybe one that's british or irish(their families are kind of traditional with names)So their really stuck on what to name him.Any ideas?Thank You :) -Danielle

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  • 7 years ago
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    Leonardo

    Dean

    Mason

    Jason

    Aaron

    Caleb

    Calum

    Cyrus

    Julian

    Ebenezer

    Ezekiel

    Dexter

    Noel

    Neil

    Nelson

    Norman

    William

    Wilbur

    Wilfred

    Samuel

    Theodore

    David

    Andrew

    Maxwell

    Dexter

    Warren

    Warner

    Dean

    Cedric

    Edward

    Edwin

    Edmund

    Edgar

    Emmett

    Eugene

    Eliott

    Elijah

    Eric

    Arthur

    Michael

    Matthew

    Marcus

    Noah

    Noel

    Patrick

    Fabian

    Adrian

    Dexter

    Damien

    Maximillian

    Frederic

    Franklin

    George

    Gerald

    Garreth

    Harold

    Hugh

    Ian

    Isaac

    Jason

    Jerome

    Jeremiah

    Barnabas

    Chrostapher

    Nathan

    Nathaniel

    Nicholas

    Oscar

    Owen

    Oliver

    Ross

    Robert

    Felix

    Alistair

    Abraham

    Adam

    Benjamin

    Collin

    Jasper

    Casper

    Caspian

    Craig

    Daniel

    Dominic

    Dylan

    Joseph

    Joshua

    Josiah

    Sweeney

    Tod

    Thomas

    Sebastian

    Terrance

    Quincy

    Quentin

    Lawrence

    Theodore

    Henry

    Danvers

    Archibald

    Charles

    Simon

    Victor

    Vincent

    Wyatt

    Zachary

    Zackariah

    Joel

    Duncan

    Benjamin

    Tobias

    Dorian

    Anthony

    Raoul

    Gregory

    Calvin

    Bartholomew

    Brian

    Clyde

    Lucas

    Lucius

    Lyndon

    Gideon

  • shoaf
    Lv 4
    4 years ago

    Sophisticated Boy Names

  • 4 years ago

    Sophisticated Names

  • Anonymous
    7 years ago

    Sebastian

    Nicholas

    Matthew

    James

    John

    Andrew

    Charles

    Harold

    Eugene

    Jerome

    David

    Samuel

    Scott

    Gregory

    Arthur

    Christopher

    Maximilian

    Maxwell

    Maximus

    Edward

    Norman

    Colin

    Cedric

    Brendan

    Steven

    Daniel

    Lincoln

    Anthony

    Elijah

    Joseph

    Robert

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  • Anonymous
    5 years ago

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  • 7 years ago

    Benjamin

    Franklin

    Clark

    Miles

    Peirce

    Charles

    Xavier

    Greyson

    Spencer

    Felix

    Duncan

    Vaughn

    Dorian

    Jules

    Simon

    Calvin

    Sean

    Isaac

    Roman

    Donovan

    Gideon

    Noel

    Rhys

    Sebastian

    Benedict

    Bartholomew

    Nathaniel

    Simeon

    Oscar

    Solomon

    Tobiah

    Tobias

    Hugo

    Hugh

    Calvin

    Frederick

    Alphaeus

    Ezekiel

    Maximilian

    Maxwell

    Martin

    Vernon

    Zavier

    Terrance

    Liam

  • Emma
    Lv 5
    7 years ago

    Matteo

    Marco

    Tuomas~Common Finnish spelling of Thomas

    Stefan

    Mathius

    Alistair

    I think these are all very sophisticated, but they aren't the cookie cutter carbon copy names like William or John. These names actually have character.

  • 7 years ago

    Names that sound most sophisticated to me are those that are last names!

    Benjamin

    Sebastian

    Conor

    Charles

    Clarence

    Christopher

    William

    Ronan

    Henry

    Alistair

    Crispin

  • 7 years ago

    Spencer

  • 7 years ago

    Alastair would sound more sophisticated in the US than across the pond

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