any ideas on traditional welsh names?

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  1. huggybear

    huggybear Active Member

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    hi ladies we are due to move 6 weeks b4 my dd to wales and love the idea of giving the baby a traditional but not to unusual welsh name my daughter is already called megan which is welsh, we dont know the sex of this baby so any ideas ladies would be gratefully apreciated.

    no mafanwys or daffyds though lmao (it will not be the only gay in the village lmao) sorry couldnt resist :lol:
     
  2. skatty

    skatty Well-Known Member

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    Is Cerys welsh? Also Seren, or Rhiannon are pretty! For a boy Cain or Rhys are nice. My best mate called her little boy Maddock, I wasn't too sure about it at the time but now I love it and couldn't imagine him as anything else!
     
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    thanks skatty, only one we defo couldnt use is rhys as thats my nephews name lol but others sound nice :D thank you
     
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    Minxy Well-Known Member

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    Anwen and Bronwyn are pretty for girls, but one of my peersonal faves is Angharad. really pretty.
     
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    lauramumof2 Well-Known Member

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    I read mother and baby mag and one of the women who is in it every week has a new baby called enfys haf. Its the only welsh name I know.
     
  6. BubbleB

    BubbleB Well-Known Member

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    girls- Catrin, Cerys, Eleri, Manon(my fave), Nia, Eira, Angharad, Arianwen, Ariana, Lowri, Leri, Del, Haf, Elen, Elinor, Enfys, Ffion i could go on lol
    boys- dewi, cai, rhys, morgan, huw, iago, caradog, caro, elian, emlyn, bran, emlyn, collen, cian, celyn, glyn, bevan and i could go on lmao again
    hope ive helped
    love Braiana xoxox
     
  7. huggybear

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    hiya thanks again guys for your idea, i did toy with the name morgana for a while but as my daughter is megan i thought it would sound funny morgan and megan lol
     
  8. BubbleOne

    BubbleOne Well-Known Member

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    Are Ewan, Euan, Ethan and Evan not Welsh?

    Or maybe Evan is the Welsh version of Ewan? :think:
     

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