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Spruce Goose:Sorry, I don't like either of those. nbsp;Sedge sounds too much like sludge, and Saxon is a heavy metal band from the 80s.
Sedge reminds me too much of Sledge, and I can't see Saxon without thinking of "Anglo-saxon."
What about Serge or Sutton?
There's trying to pick an uncommon name and then there's your choices.
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I don't say this very often but neither sound good to me.
Do you have any other names you are looking at?
Tejanay:Which baby boy name sounds good to you !?
Sedge or Saxon
Sedge reminds me of hedge or sledge and Saxon...like Anglo Saxon? No.
I can't choose. I dislike Sedge and Saxon is the name of a people (the Saxons from the German region of Saxony and the Anglo-Saxons that emigrated from Germany to Britain), so I wouldn't go there.
How about Silas, Sullivan or Salvador?
mj.reilly:Ummm...neither. They are both really bad.