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Old 10th November 2008, 15:46   #46
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Kalpesh, how about the name Vidyut? We even have a DBHPian by that name, and i feel it sounds rather nice.
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Old 10th November 2008, 15:48   #47
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Here's wishing your bundle of joy a beautiful & marvelous life ahead.

Some name suggestions your way

1. Dhaval
2. Dhruv
3. Dhunn
4. Bhuvan
5. Dhavin
6. Dhilraj
7. Dhyanesh
8. Dhiren
9. Bhanu
10.Bhaumik
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Old 10th November 2008, 16:16   #48
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You can think of
Arush - First ray of sun also my sons name
Vagish - Lord Bhrama.
Vandan
These are from my side
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Old 10th November 2008, 16:52   #49
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Thanks @brabus - i am sorry but jayesh would be a definite NO as i don't think so there is going to by any gujjubhai in the world who would not know a Jayesh in his/her circle!

Dhairya is definitely in contention with me but wifey has rejected it outright (too common was her grouse). Also, i am least worried about foreigners pronouncing his name. By the time he is 20 and ready to travel the world, I am sure India would be a super power and US folks would be naming their kids keeping in mind that Indians can pronounce it well! Don't be surprised to see a 'Jayesh Jackson-Patel' being born to an all american family in 20 years time
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Name: Vallabh m, meaning: Beloved, dear.

after the Iron Man of India.
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Old 10th November 2008, 17:27   #51
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Name: Vallabh m, meaning: Beloved, dear.

after the Iron Man of India.
Sorry bblost, but that name is at least 2 generations old.

No offense to anyone named Vallabh
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Old 10th November 2008, 17:59   #52
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Daksh is a good one.

You can even consider
Ya****
Dhruv
Rajat
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Old 10th November 2008, 18:45   #53
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Ahhh naming newborns...Well I'm gonna try and give you some modern names [Just 21 so yeah]

Romnesh - AKA Roms
Rak**** - Raks
Bihan [Since it matches the star thing]
Dharshan - Dharsh [Lots of successful people with this name]
Dharsh

Wait a min, it doesn't really matter does it. From previous posts I've gathered that your last name is Patel...SO no matter what you name him, he's always going to be know an Patel in college...[At least that's how it is today...]

EDIT: Oh yeah the above is a joke! But yeah at the same time it's true...

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Old 10th November 2008, 19:18   #54
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I am not taking the mickey, but I'd like to see someone name their kid "Mogambo". Tried this with two newborn nephews but for some reason, their parents didn't take it too seriously- can't understand why.

Anyway , Congrats on the newborn.
I haven't got too much in the way of boy names so can't help you out.
My choices from everyone else's names would be

Jay, Aarav, Vedant, Neil, Ved. I am somehow biased towards short names.
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Old 10th November 2008, 21:21   #55
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Can you imagine how your son would react when he sees this thread in 2020?
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Sorry the name in my post is
yash(it)

( wonder why is it coming with ****)
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Dhomya
Dhwanit
Nishant
Nandan.

Sorry I again dont know the meaning of the above two names.
Dhwanit was my friend.

@Sudipto-S-Team:
Thanks for explaining me meaning of Mrunmay.

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Few from my side...
1. Pranav
2. Thrishul
3. Vedanth
4. Prithvi
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Can you imagine how your son would react when he sees this thread in 2020?
Darn - i never thought about it that way. It would be one of the best gifts that he can get when he is 18 !!

But wait, I am sure that he is going to be a petrolhead and is going to find this forum much earlier than that.
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Congrats Kalpesh!
I'm not too good at this name thing, though might have to do it soon... so i'm keenly watching this thread..

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Kalpesh, how about the name Vidyut?
Before you do that, type this name in a word doc, and once Word makes the red squiggly line under it, right click on the word to see the first suggestion.

We had a manager named Vidyut once. A teammate of his sent an email to him, blindly accepting changes proposed by Microsoft. Poor teammate nearly lost his job!!

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