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Ancient Greek vs. Or similar vs. Names

So we just found out its a boy! And when thinking of names my husband loves the Ancient Greek or roman names and "hardcore" names lol His favorite name right now is Maximus Xavier. I am just worried this is a little too much. Anyone have any suggestions on these kinds of names?

The Top Baby Name is...

Name Votes
Ancient greek 25% (1 votes)
Or similar 0% (0 votes)
Names 75% (3 votes)

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It is a little too much. Why not just Maxim Xavier?
posted by guest :: 2014-08-21 16:59:35 | report
I like the names Maximus and Xavier, though I’m not sure they sound great together.
Alexander is a name from Greece, so you could use that or maybe Xander.
Dion(Dee-on) is short for Dionysus, son of Zeus. Dion Maximus sounds good.
posted by guest: Jessica :: 2014-08-21 17:00:14 | report
Alexander
Cornelius
Anthony
Julius
Remus
Septimus
Orion
Hector
Lysander
posted by guest :: 2014-08-21 17:08:56 | report
I actually really like Maximus Xavier!
posted by guest :: 2014-08-21 18:32:41 | report
Remington
Rio
Alistair
Fox
Slate
Tobias
Ace
Lazslo
Dominic
Sebastian
Zion
Ren
Pierce
Pietro
Vance
Zale
Zane
Gabriel
Zion
Cruz
Elijah
Oliver
Crew
Vincent
Vinnie
Toby
posted by guest :: 2014-08-21 22:58:19 | report
GREEK
Alexander
Orestis
Hector
Odysseus
Telemachus
Hercules
Jason (Iason)
Perseus
Socratis
Orpheus
Theseus
Icarus
Paris (yes its greek)
Aeneas
Menelaus
Neros
Philip
Hermes
Apollo

LATIN
Jocundo
Adrian
Trenton
Marcus
Neptuno
Iberio
Adacio
Concordio
Septimus
Millard
Ansano
Corey
Varian
Caesar
Octavio
Lupercio
Leocadio
Durand
Silas
Tarquino
Cole
posted by guest :: 2014-09-07 06:26:47 | report

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