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Michael Carolous vs. Nicholas Ramond vs. Dale Joseph

Do these names go together? These are my cousins names who are brothers. Ages 15, 17, and 19. Do you think these names fit together? I have always thought they didn’t go together. Whats your opinion?

The Top Baby Name is...

Name Votes
Michael Carolous 50% (2 votes)
Nicholas Ramond 25% (1 votes)
Dale Joseph 25% (1 votes)

Comments

When I say they don’t go together...I mostly mean their first names. 2 of them having longer formal masculine names and then the third one being called Dale which is a short unisex name. All of their middle names come from family members that passed away so they really can’t be judged.
posted by guest: Poster :: 2008-03-12 15:32:08 | report
Try nicolas(nick),Joseph(joe) and Kevin

Jonas brothers
posted by guest: Taya :: 2008-03-12 15:36:05 | report
Dale is basically a male name.. it is occasionally used for girls but not very much at all until recently.

give it another few years and Michael will be unisex too..

I think their names go together fine. I do see what you mean about the long and short of them but I think style wise they go great..
posted by guest :: 2008-03-12 15:36:27 | report
They don’t seem to go together. Dale Joseph sounds weird to me. The first two sound fine, I suppose.

Could be worse, though.

I’m the oldest with: Alexandra Mae.
My younger brother: Antonio Lorenzo
Youngest brother: Vincenzo Alberto
Who’s out of loop?? Though, I’m happy to say that I didn’t end up with a crazy Italian name. The boys’ last name is Tripodi, also. Overload, if you ask me.
posted by guest :: 2008-03-12 16:18:27 | report

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