Monday, August 21, 2006

J Names for Boys, Dogs, or Other Fashion Accessories

Jaden Velvet:
This is just such a beautiful unisex name that i've only recently found and I luv it . The nn would b J.V.

"Velvet" doesn't scream "unisex!" to me so much as "stripper!" Or perhaps "cupcakes!"


Jaeger

(pronounced Jay-ger, not Yay-ger)....it means Hunter in German.

Not in the German I know!


Jakob

JAKOB DADE COBB IS MY GRANDSONS NAME. WE LOVED THE NAME JAKOB SO IF HE IS CALLED J. IT IS STILL J. COBB IF THEY CALL HIM JAKE IT IS STILL JAKE COBB GET IT. AND DADE MEANS LEADER AN UNUSUAL NAME THAT JUST GOES WITH HIS UNUSUALLY WONDERFUL PERSONALITY.

I'M NOT EVEN SURE WHAT GOT SAID HERE, BUT AT LEAST IT WAS SHOUTED!!!


Janos

(YAWN- ous) I really like this name for some reason. It's manly, but the problem is I have a friend named this and everyone calls him Nosey. Oh well.

OH WELL! What's up, Nosey?


Jaxon

A better spelling of Jackson. Jack and Jax are both really sporty nicknames.

Somebody better ring Andrew's ghost. I bet he's pissed he used the lamer spelling of his name. Time to beat somebody with a cane!


Jayce Karlin:
I found Jace in a baby book, then met someone with the name Jayce a week later. To me it meant I had to name my son Jayce. Karlin was my daughters name - she came up with it in the car one day...(age 4). I don't like calling kids by initials, so I made Carlin, into Karlin.

Man, that's weird! I met two Onchorynchus's this week - guess that's all settled, then!


Jaycen

I like the way the spelling makes this ordinary name come to life.

I like the way you can take random elements of sound and create names that come to life. Like Frankenstein!


Jaydin

It makes me think of a huge flock of blue jays

This will be particularly cool when changing Jaydin's diapers, I bet.


Jaylen

It gives off a tom-boyish tone, and the name rolls off your tounge. It's just a cool name for a guy to have!

Nothing like being a tom-boyish... boy.


Jaysen

Unique spelling if you are dead set on Jason.

I suspect that if you are dead set on "Jason," you are going to spell it... "Jason."


Jethren

mix of Jethro, from the bible, and Jeff

Dear Jethren, we are gathered here today to witness the joining of two perfectly good names into one horrific mangle.


JORDAN ISAIH:
I HONESTLY DO NOT KNOW WHY I LOVE THIS NAME AS MUCH AS I DO ..HOWEVER ISAIH IS SOLID IN THE BIBLE....

ISAIH, ERZA AND MOSSES ARE MY FAVORITE SOLID BIBLE NAMES!


Joss (boy)

Joss is my favorite boy's name - it's literal translation means "luck" or "fate" in Chinese (Mandarin, I think) but I like to think of it as a modern alternative to traditional names like Joshua (Josh) or Joseph. Watch out for the Buffy/Angel fans on this one!

If all Buffy/Angel fans are like you and think that Joss is a Chinese name, I might watch out for them regardless.


Juan Shea:
pronounced Ja-won Shay but spelled mystiquely

Or spelled Spanishly.


Julian
I'm not sure why, I have just always loved the name Julian. (I pronounce it Jul-ain)

I'm not sure why, I have just always loved the name Literacy. I pronounce it Li-rat-eh-see.


Justice

I love this name, it's so...oh i really dont know it just sounds so cool. I'm a little worried about the whole "Justin" thing though, i have no wish to have my child called justin (i have a grudge against nsync, i wouldnt name my child after one of them!)


Clearly, if you are still carrying a grudge against a nineties boy band, you are definitely at the right stage in your life to be reproducing.


Jusup

For boys names my favorite is Jusup I could image a little dark eyed boy or a strong, intelligent man with this name.

Funny, I could only imagine a Budweiser commercial:

Guy 1: Hey Jusup?
Guy 2: Jusuuuuuuuuuuuuuup!!
Guy 1: Jusuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuup!
Guy 1: Hey dude, pick up the phone.
Guy 3: Jusuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuupppppppp!!

5 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Jaeger
(pronounced Jay-ger, not Yay-ger)....it means Hunter in German.

Not in the German I know!




Yeah..... last I checked, the German pronounciation of "J" was "Y".

Monday, August 28, 2006 2:35:00 PM  
Blogger TurabianNights said...

Either that, or Joe-han Sebastian Bach is going to be pretty pissed to find out he'd been saying his name wrong his whole life.

And his word for "yes" sounds suspiciously like a Rastafarian deity.

Monday, August 28, 2006 6:08:00 PM  
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Thursday, January 10, 2008 3:52:00 AM  
Anonymous buy viagra said...

I like this name also, it is not listed but it is the Spanish version of George, "Jorge".

Wednesday, March 09, 2011 1:22:00 PM  
Anonymous generic viagra said...

Jaeger sounds ridiculous, what kind of ignorant pick up this name for his baby ? only a complete dumb ass.

Wednesday, April 06, 2011 10:21:00 AM  

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