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After having my first child I had created her middle name "Phademmn" so it relates to the names of female family members on both sides, however now I am having a boy and having difficulties coming up with a males name that would be both fun for a child and respectable as an adult.

I would like to use only the letters, aeicjjwwd, a "P" can replace one of the J's, or included, and an "H""F" added, although, I would prefer if "H"F" added were either not at all or BOTH.

The name would begin with an "R" or a "C" or two separate names entirely, preferably an "R" - "C" may be taken as a second last name.

Would like to see the baby's middle name initials to be "R.C."

The beginning names may or may not be Whelen, Bennett, or Lydden - if this helps.

Thank You.
 

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After having my first child I had created her middle name "Phademmn" so it relates to the names of female family members on both sides, however now I am having a boy and having difficulties coming up with a males name that would be both fun for a child and respectable as an adult.

I would like to use only the letters, aeicjjwwd, a "P" can replace one of the J's, or included, and an "H""F" added, although, I would prefer if "H"F" added were either not at all or BOTH.

The name would begin with an "R" or a "C" or two separate names entirely, preferably an "R" - "C" may be taken as a second last name.

Would like to see the baby's middle name initials to be "R.C."

The beginning names may or may not be Whelen, Bennett, or Lydden - if this helps.

Thank You.
It's impossible. There are no names starting with R that use only the letters 'aeicjjwwd', and none of your suggested names conforms to this requirement. But that's by the by.
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After having my first child I had created her middle name "Phademmn" so it relates to the names of female family members on both sides, however now I am having a boy and having difficulties coming up with a males name that would be both fun for a child and respectable as an adult.

I would like to use only the letters, aeicjjwwd, a "P" can replace one of the J's, or included, and an "H""F" added, although, I would prefer if "H"F" added were either not at all or BOTH.

The name would begin with an "R" or a "C" or two separate names entirely, preferably an "R" - "C" may be taken as a second last name.

Would like to see the baby's middle name initials to be "R.C."

The beginning names may or may not be Whelen, Bennett, or Lydden - if this helps.

Thank You.
No problem! Just call the new kid "Unregistered"! :up::cool:
 
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