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Sorry for all the posts over here lately. I've definitely decided I want to name DS an Irish/Gaelic derived name with Jacob or James as the MN -or- name him Jacob with an Irish/Gaelic derived MN.
Need suggestions! Thanks :)
Malcolm James is the first thing that came to mind.
Ian Jacob or Ian James
Names like Declan, Liam and Aiden are awesome but really popular (maybe not Declan, but I see it more on this board now than I did before). If popularity doesn't bother you, those are all strong names as well and would sound great with Jacob or James.
Brady James or Brady Jacob
Jacob Conley or James Conley
Jacob Seamus (This kinda does double duty for you.)
I really love Padriag. (NN Paddy) It's my new international name crush.
So- Jacob Padriag or Padraig James?
What about Ryan??
Jacob Ryan or Ryan James