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Navy /Nautical vs. names!
Hello everyone! My name is Ali and my husband is Brock. We’re having our first baby and it’s a boy. Brock just finished his 4 years in the Navy an he is very into it. We want our son’s name to in some way reflect that. We we like modern up and coming names too! Can you think of anything? Because we can’t. If you can help please leave your suggestions. First and middle names. Thank you so much!
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Sailor would be really cute!
Kai - (mean ocean in hawaiian)
Dylan (of the sea)
Murphy (sea warrior)
Dylan (of the sea)
Tallulah (leaping water)
i didnt see that it’s a boy
in that case sailor, sawyer, tide(n), and Murphy can be shifted to boy names
Sullivan (after the 5 Sullivan brothers who all served in the Navy and were killed in WWII, if you don’t know the story, Google it)
Troy= water or footsoldier
Calder=from the wild water
Dilllon=born from the ocean
Kai= Ocean (Hawaiian)
Brooks=water, small stream
Caspian= Caspian sea
Destin=French means by the still waters
Kyle= place name that refers to a narrow body of water between 2 land masses
Moses= Biblical, means drawn out of the water
Ryan=Gaelic for water
Wiley=place name for water meadow
Look up the different names of Naval ships. Raliegh is one.
Keel, for sure!
or Porter (for port)
Patriae is Latin for country or fatherland, and it’s the last word in the "unofficial," Navy motto.
Keel Patriae is a pretty cool name if I do say so myself-lol!
I’d save Sailor for a future daughter, as I think most would find it feminine.
gl and thank your husband for his service.
Love Sailor for a girl.
For boy, Acadian.
For boy, Gus pike
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