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Shannon Mitchell vs. Jonah Broderick vs. Alleister Eugene

you can mix we have three others Judd Alexander 14, Delilah (Lila) Anne 10, and Baron Frederick 8, sadly none of them are happy with their names

The Top Baby Name is...

Jonah Broderick Crowely


Shannon Mitchell Crowely


Alleister Eugene Crowely


Poll created: Oct 09, 2008
Total Votes: 12


Assuming this poll is for a boy, Jonah is the only one I’d use. Broderick is ok if you really like it.
posted by guest :: 9 years ago | report
Aleister Crowley, born Edward Alexander Crowley (pronounced /ˈkroʊli/), (12 October 1875 1 December 1947), was a British occultist, writer, mountaineer, poet, and yogi.[1] He was an influential member in several occult organizations, including the Golden Dawn, the A∴A∴, and Ordo Templi Orientis (O.T.O.),[2] and is best known today for his occult writings, especially The Book of the Law, the central sacred text of Thelema. He gained much notoriety during his lifetime, and was dubbed "The Wickedest Man In the World."[3]

Crowley was also a chess player, painter, astrologer, hedonist, bisexual,[2] drug experimenter, and social critic. He had also claimed to be a Freemason[4], but the regularity of his initiations have been disputed by a member of the Grand Lodge of British Columbia and Yukon.[5]
posted by guest :: 9 years ago | report
To the poster above,

Do you live in England? I really like the name Allistair (spelled this way), but feel that it would be hard to pull off in America, especially with the nn Allie.

I know that the other names are boy names, they just sound old or too girly now days. There are a lot of names with great histories, but would still be hard for a kid to pull of now days. Maybe a variation would work better for the child.
posted by guest :: 9 years ago | report
OK, so I obviously didn’t read all of the info on Aleister Crowley above. Hopefully the "wickedest man in the world" and other info stated is not to convince someone to use this name, but rather the opposite! Sorry I didn’t read more thoroughly!
posted by guest :: 9 years ago | report
Who cares if Aleister Crowly is the wickedest man in the world! Charles Manson is a horrid excuse of a man...a waste of flesh if you ask me, but no one gives a second thought to people naming their child Charles. My point is, if the poll maker loves Alleister, use it. I personally like it spelled Allister or Alistair, but that’s just me. I also think he would get made fun of with the name Shannon. What about Sean instead? Sean Mitchell would be really nice. Good luck!
posted by guest :: 9 years ago | report
the older children have suggested Cruz, Emerson, Roscoe, and Wiley I actually like Wiley but Prefer it on a girl however dh doesn’t like it at all
posted by guest :: 9 years ago | report
I know a little boy...well, he is a young man now, but is name is Roscoe and he is just a great person...he is caring, polite, sweet, but not a pushover...just a really cool kid...Rosco Mitchell would be cool...I also like the pp suggestion of Sean Mitchell.
posted by guest :: 9 years ago | report
I like jonah broderick. i know two jonahs and they love their names
posted by guest :: 9 years ago | report
Wiley on a girl no way. Alleister with that I think Emerson is very masculine and Emerson Jonah.
posted by Ziggidy :: 9 years ago | report
To the person who posted about Charles Manson...yes, people still name kids Charles...but not people with the last name Manson!!!
Alistair is a great name, just NOT when you have the last name Crowley!
posted by guest :: 9 years ago | report
Jonah is the only name on your list I like...
posted by mommyof5 :: 9 years ago | report
don’t worry, every kid goes through hating their name! they’ll get over and love that it’s unique
posted by guest :: 9 years ago | report

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