Boy name fresh and heiЯ from Sьdamerika :)

Now we have received from Argentina a list of boys' names from the family (parents + Brьder).
we are already one can say so desperate:

Adriano
Agustin
Alejandro
Alexis
Alvaro
Andrea
Andres
Angelo
Aquiles
Bautista
Benjamin
Bono
Bruno
Christian
Ciro
Conrad
Conrado
Cristobal
Dardo
David
Denis
Dino
Dylan
Edgard
Elian
Eloy
Emiliano
Emilio
Erico
Ezequiel
Fabian
Fabio
Fausto
Francesco
Francis
Franco
Frederick
Germбn
Guido
lifter
Hernбn
Iсaki
Isidro
Ivan
Ivo
Joaquнn
Juliбn
Juliano
Lionel
Luciano
Lucio
Luis
Marco
Mariano
Martнn
Mauro
Nicolas
Nino
Norman
Nuri
Otto
Owen
Paolo
Paul
Quinto
Ramiro
Raъl
Santiago
Santino
Sebastian
Simуn
Siro
Ticiano
Tito
Ulises
Uriel
Valentнn
Valentino
Vito
Viviano
Wilfredo
Xavier

Ьbrigens yesterday I was more or less ready Valentin Amadeo / Theodor to accept, but now I find that Valentin is not so good with our surname vetrдgt (B ...tti)

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I like:


Alejandro
Alexis
Alvaro
Andres
Bruno
Conrad
David
Emilio
Ezequiel
Franco
Frederick
Ivo
Lionel
Lucio
Luis
Nicolas
Nuri
Paul
Ticiano
Valentнn
Vito
Xavier

Valentin Amadeo I find ьbrigens great!

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Quote by HolliandraNow we have received from Argentina a list of boys' names from the family (parents + Brьder).
we are already one can say so desperate:
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Ьbrigens yesterday I was more or less ready Valentin Amadeo / Theodor to accept, but now I find that Valentin is not so good with our surname vetrдgt (B ...tti)It wдre great if you kцnntest again answer the following:
Where do you live? You will probably stay there? What Nationalitдt the parents and what will have the child? And the last name was Italian, right?

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We live in Bavaria and will stay here at least the nдchsten years. What the future brings
Nationalitдt is German and Argentine.
The name must natьrlich in both languages ​​not express his so goes both Iсaki as Frederick also.

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Ah ok, I thought you live abroad.
Under the terms I find these names fit and schцn:

Adriano
Christian - or Cristian
Conrad
Conrado
David
Elian
Emiliano
Emilio
Fabian
Ivo
Juliбn
Juliano
Lionel
Luis
Marco
Martнn
Nicolas
Paolo
Paul
Sebastian
Simуn
Uriel
Valentнn
Valentino

The name o at the end wьrden with better like no o. And whether one puts the accent on it or not ... in D I wьrde not do it well.

but is a selection schцne it, I think. The Valentine concerns I do not hдtte well, I do not to far-fetched (but I understand them).

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My favorite is Alvaro.

LG

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Quote by Holliandra:

Adriano
Andres
Angelo
David
Denis
Emiliano
Emilio
Fabio
Francesco
Juliano
Lucio
Paolo
Ramiro
RaъlI like and I find Raъl somehow great.

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Quote by HolliandraNow we have received from Argentina a list of boys' names from the family (parents + Brьder).
we are already one can say so desperate:
Ьbrigens yesterday I was more or less ready Valentin Amadeo / Theodor to accept, but now I find that Valentin is not so good with our surname vetrдgt (B ...tti)I just let the stand I to schцn and Germany-compatible think ok ... because their indeed lives in D, I wьrde indeed take an exotic, but not unmцglich-pronounce names. Valentin Amadeo is great, the not tti the surname stцrt but ьberhaupt! If you gefдllt the take!


AUgustin - with the u top top top, take it!
Alexis
Alvaro
Andrea - in a D Mдdchenname I wьrde not make
Bono -
Bruno
Denis - Proll
Dino - dinosaur?
Edgard - should be the Edgar? If so, then the top is. Edgard I find funny
Elian
Emilio - goes a bit in the direction Proll
Fabio - who also
Guido -
Lionel
Luis
Otto -
Paolo - Pablo find I schцner
Raъl
Santiago
Ticiano
Vito

Although here are ok but a bit boring closed for your multi-cultural child, right?
Christian
Benjamin
Conrad
Fabian
David
Frederick
Martнn
Marco
Juliбn
Nicolas
Paul
Sebastian
Simуn
Valentнn

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Quote by dudatonkaAlthough here are ok but a bit boring closed for your multi-cultural child, right?If that "Multi-cultural child" go in Bavaria to kindergarten, it may certainly not be noticed by a specially exotic name. but it has a German mom and is first to grow up there. When my half-Portuguese, grew up in England, gold curly daughter now wandering around in Ц, a soul fдllt in that it is multi-cultural. Since it fits wonderful that she has a normal German names. If even the NN is Italian or Spanish or Portuguese, quiet the first name may refer to the other Hдlfte of origin. I fдnde a German maiden name plus Spanish second name closed for you perfectly. Valentin Amadeo (o.д.) is still top!

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Quote by corujaIf that "Multi-cultural child" go in Bavaria to kindergarten, it may certainly not be noticed by a specially exotic name. but it has a German mom and is first to grow up there. When my half-Portuguese, grew up in England, gold curly daughter now wandering around in Ц, a soul fдllt in that it is multi-cultural. Since it fits wonderful that she has a normal German names. If even the NN is Italian or Spanish or Portuguese, quiet the first name may refer to the other Hдlfte of origin. I fдnde a German maiden name plus Spanish second name closed for you perfectly. Valentin Amadeo (o.д.) is still top!It was more meant that it still soooooo are many great names from other cultures that sound stupid or prollig with a German NN in Dtl.
That's why I wьrde me the opportunity not to be missed and wдhlen a name that indeed fits to Dtl, but not "just" German sounds because the yes fits in this case to NN!
That's why I was indeed as Valentin Amadeo great.
but I fдnde also a little Lionel, Alexis and Alvaro top ...

...P.S. it does not harm the Bayern when times hцren other names as only Mary and Maximilian (I'll even from Bavaria, may I say something ...)