baby boy names that go with Cathan

I am expecting a baby boy in one month and still have no clue what to name him! My older sons name is [name]Cathan[/name] with two middle names Chael [name]Anthony[/name]. Names I am considering are [name]Cody[/name], [name]Kyan[/name], [name]Jaron[/name],[name]Jaxon[/name]. If anyone has any suggestions I would [name]Love[/name] to hear them! Thanks!

I like [name]Cian[/name], [name]Ciaran[/name]/[name]Kieran[/name] nn [name]Kier[/name], [name]Brennan[/name], [name]Niall[/name], [name]Rowan[/name], [name]Roan[/name].

From your list I like [name]Cody[/name] and [name]Jaxon[/name] (I like it spelled [name]Jackson[/name] though).

My favorites from your list, to go with [name]Cathan[/name], are [name]Jaron[/name] and [name]Kyan[/name]. [name]Both[/name] are unique like [name]Cathan[/name], while [name]Cody[/name] is recognizable and [name]Jaxon[/name]/[name]Jackson[/name] it very popular at the moment. You may like:

[name]Jotham[/name]
Parlen
[name]Arden[/name]
[name]Ceylon[/name]
Cruser
Eiram
[name]Galen[/name]
[name]Harlen[/name]
[name]Jabez[/name]
[name]Myron[/name]
Kipland
[name]Olin[/name]
[name]Perion[/name]
Vadin

Ok, first of all, I [name]LOVE[/name] [name]Cathan[/name]! I can’t help thinking of names from [name]Katherine[/name] Kurtz’s Deryni novels to go with it - Kelson, [name]Davin[/name], [name]Ansel[/name], Camlin, [name]Rhys[/name], [name]Alaric[/name], [name]Rory[/name], [name]Payne[/name].

[name]Do[/name] you pronounce [name]Cathan[/name] the Irish way ([name]Kane[/name], or Ka-han) or phonetically, like “cath-ann?” Is Chael another Irish name, pronounced [name]Kyle[/name] (kinda like the last half of [name]Michael[/name]?). [name]Just[/name] curious if you want another cool Irish name.

If you’re going Irish, then I think [name]Kyan[/name] is the only option there. However, it’s really similar to [name]Cathan[/name]-- probably too similar to use.

[name]Cody[/name] & [name]Jaxon[/name] are very trendy faux-cowboy names.

[name]Jaron[/name] is interesting; it’s a variation of [name]Aaron[/name]. Of your selections, it seems like the most viable.

Bottom line: I would definitely not use another “2-syllable ends with N” name, especially not one that starts with a C/K sound. You’ll mix up your boys.

Suggestions:

Irish:

[name]Brady[/name]
[name]Declan[/name]
[name]Desmond[/name]
[name]Devin[/name]
[name]Donall[/name]
[name]Ennis[/name]
[name]Eoin[/name]
[name]Finn[/name]
[name]Flannery[/name]
[name]Grady[/name]
[name]Ivor[/name]
[name]Lachlan[/name]
[name]Lorcan[/name]
[name]Lucas[/name]
[name]Mannix[/name]
[name]Niall[/name]
[name]Patrick[/name]
[name]Quinn[/name]
[name]Quinlan[/name]
[name]Riordan[/name]
[name]Rory[/name]
[name]Ronan[/name]
[name]Rowan[/name]
[name]Sean[/name]
[name]Sweeney[/name]
[name]Tierney[/name]
[name]Torin[/name]
[name]Ultan[/name]

Not Irish

[name]Wyatt[/name]
[name]Clint[/name]
[name]Boyd[/name]
[name]Dillon[/name]
[name]Tyson[/name]
[name]Wylie[/name]
[name]Chase[/name]
[name]Clayton[/name]
[name]Trevor[/name]

I don’t like any of those options that you have listed, they seem so trendy.

[name]Cathan[/name] & [name]Rory[/name]
[name]Cathan[/name] & [name]Dexter[/name]
[name]Cathan[/name] & [name]Miller[/name]
[name]Cathan[/name] & [name]West[/name]
[name]Cathan[/name] & [name]Damon[/name]
[name]Cathan[/name] & [name]Pierce[/name]
[name]Cathan[/name] & [name]Sutton[/name]
[name]Cathan[/name] & [name]Mckinley[/name]
[name]Cathan[/name] & [name]Hudson[/name]
[name]Cathan[/name] & [name]Oakley[/name]
[name]Cathan[/name] & [name]Fletcher[/name]
[name]Cathan[/name] & [name]Darby[/name]
[name]Cathan[/name] & [name]Max[/name]