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Know Any Good Baby Names?

Know Any Good Baby Names?

Dear Yoga Student,

My wife and I are about to have a baby boy (any day).

We have ONE name picked out, but we’re not for sure yet.

Do you know any good baby boy names? Can you post
them here? I’m 100% serious, I’d love to get some fresh
ideas. Time is ticking;)

Stay bendy,

Lucas
YOGABODY Naturals LLC

p.s. Just post your favorite name down below where it says
“leave a comment”. I’d really appreciate your help!

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  1. Ahmef wrote
    at 9:23 am - 22nd June 2011 Permalink

    How about Aaron or my middle name Áådam

  2. Ahmed wrote
    at 9:24 am - 22nd June 2011 Permalink

    Áådam
    Aaron

  3. Pia wrote
    at 9:24 am - 22nd June 2011 Permalink

    Here is a Finnish input Riku, Jani, Joni, Joonas, Sami, Kimi, Sebastian, Christoffer Happy delivery!

  4. Sue wrote
    at 9:27 am - 22nd June 2011 Permalink

    Can you tell us what his last name will be? It helps for the ‘sound’ of the names together.

  5. Gareth M wrote
    at 9:32 am - 22nd June 2011 Permalink

    Hi Lucas,

    We had a boy 2 weeks ago and have decided to call him Arlo.

    Stay Bendy, get the z’s in now boyo!

    G

  6. Pia wrote
    at 9:41 am - 22nd June 2011 Permalink

    Here is a Finnish input: Riku, Jani, Joni, Mika, Sebastian, Jari, Christoffer, Joonas, Eemeli, Sakari, Sami, Toni:) Happy delivery!

  7. Soqui wrote
    at 9:45 am - 22nd June 2011 Permalink

    Dear Lucas, what wonderful news about you and the Mrs!!!

    I’m fond of Caleb, Michael or Richard as boys names.

    May she have a safe and swift delivery!! Oh, you’ll be just fine!

    Namaste,
    Soqui

  8. Lammy wrote
    at 9:48 am - 22nd June 2011 Permalink

    Mackenzie, – it’s cute. X

  9. Nyk wrote
    at 10:14 am - 22nd June 2011 Permalink

    Surya

  10. Michelle Bannan wrote
    at 10:15 am - 22nd June 2011 Permalink

    Taro – means first born son in Japanese :) x

  11. Deborah wrote
    at 10:18 am - 22nd June 2011 Permalink

    Carlos

  12. Flavia wrote
    at 10:45 am - 22nd June 2011 Permalink

    Achille after the Greek hero,Adonis for gift, Attila again a very famous person,personally I think they are great names which have not been used that much and are not silly like apple

  13. Trish wrote
    at 10:49 am - 22nd June 2011 Permalink

    I have always loved the name Oak. It’s strong and doesn’t lend itself to strange nicknames. Best wishes…new babies are such a wonderful thing!

  14. Karen wrote
    at 10:57 am - 22nd June 2011 Permalink

    Gyasi pronounced Yah-See
    Kayin pronounced Kay-een

  15. wade wrote
    at 11:01 am - 22nd June 2011 Permalink

    My vote is Collin. From the French it means “victor of the people” and from the Galic it means “dove”. Always thought that it was a good strong name and it isn’t overly popular right now.

  16. Cindy A wrote
    at 11:47 am - 22nd June 2011 Permalink

    Baby Boys name- Beckett

  17. Kajal Patel wrote
    at 12:34 pm - 22nd June 2011 Permalink

    Hi, congrats I just had a girl last Aug. I am Indian but here are some American baby boy names I like, Ty, Kellen, Hunter, Jayden, Kai, Chase, Shay, Kaeden, Crew, Jordan, Gage, Daryk. Most of these are pretty unique but they are what I like. Let me know if you chose any of my suggestions and good luck!!!!!!

  18. Maria wrote
    at 12:53 pm - 22nd June 2011 Permalink

    Leo, Andreas, Caleb, Mathias….

  19. Linda wrote
    at 12:57 pm - 22nd June 2011 Permalink

    Taylor

    Preston

  20. Nancy wrote
    at 1:48 pm - 22nd June 2011 Permalink

    Congrats! Here’s my favies…Xander, Rocket, Trey, Ky and my five year old would like to contribute….Craydon!

  21. debby wrote
    at 2:56 pm - 22nd June 2011 Permalink

    Cole is a great name. It means peace.

  22. Joanne wrote
    at 4:14 pm - 22nd June 2011 Permalink

    Kai is water in Japanese. As fluid as the yoga is,
    And fluid from which we incubated. Kai is a great
    name!

  23. truth wrote
    at 6:33 pm - 22nd June 2011 Permalink

    I like arjuna or ananda. One was Krishna’s right hand man and the other was Buddha’s.

    Love.

  24. Narelle wrote
    at 8:17 pm - 22nd June 2011 Permalink

    Bodhisattva marley is what we called our don, marley for bob marley. Enjoy picking the name and I hope your wife has an amazing labor.

  25. Diana wrote
    at 8:26 pm - 22nd June 2011 Permalink

    Hi

    Congratulations on your baby to come :)

    I thought an Indian name would be cool, Raj is a nice name

    Best wishes
    Diana

  26. Clair wrote
    at 11:04 pm - 22nd June 2011 Permalink

    I have just had a little boy who I’d now 6 months old. We picked the name Jake as it can’t really be shortened and it’s easy. Hence he won’t spend hid school years telling people how to pronounce or spell his name. It’s nice and masculine too.

  27. Nivan wrote
    at 1:58 am - 23rd June 2011 Permalink

    Sendan – Sanskrit name meaning Lord Muruga
    Talin – Sanskrit name meaning Lord Shiva

  28. Nikki Polain wrote
    at 7:15 am - 23rd June 2011 Permalink

    Fabian

  29. Wei wrote
    at 8:01 am - 23rd June 2011 Permalink

    Joshua
    Sebastian
    Caleb

  30. Chantal wrote
    at 2:31 pm - 23rd June 2011 Permalink

    Sebastian, victor, igor, harold, max, martin, paul, menno, erik, ryan :) good luck to both of you

  31. Lammy wrote
    at 2:43 am - 24th June 2011 Permalink

    Mackenzie- so cute!

  32. Rohnie wrote
    at 4:26 am - 25th June 2011 Permalink

    I oddball love the name Sky… Good luck and God bless

  33. Paul De Stefanis wrote
    at 5:22 am - 25th June 2011 Permalink

    Alex! My partner is 28 weeks and we decided on Alex :-)