I recently saw a post on popsugar listing 100 unique names that people have been loving. There were definitely some names on the list that I have never heard of. There were also a couple I added to my top 100 fav lists.
I stumbled across [name_f]Bronwyn[/name_f] for a girl, which I thought was really pretty and unique. Reminds me a bit of my maiden name [name_m]Brown[/name_m]. What do you guys think of it? Not sure I love the meaning, “white breast.”
I also stumbled upon [name_m]Agustin[/name_m] for a boy. Not even sure how to pronounce this one. But my husbands name is [name_m]Austin[/name_m], so it grabbed my attention.
So, what do you guys think? I’ll link the post below in case you want to check it out!
I love [name_f]Bronwyn[/name_f], but prefer the spelling [name_f]Bronwen[/name_f]. Typically, in the Welsh language, “wyn” is masculine, while “wen” is feminine. [name_f]Branwen[/name_f] (with an “a”) was on our list, after the character from Welsh mythology. [name_f]Bronwen[/name_f]/wyn would be a great option to honor your maiden name, [name_m]Brown[/name_m].
[name_m]Agustin[/name_m] is nice. I like [name_m]Augustin[/name_m] or [name_m]Augustus[/name_m], too.
I really like [name_f]Bronwyn[/name_f], but the meaning… If I ever found out my name meant that, I wouldn’t be too happy.
[name_m]Agustin[/name_m] is usually pronounced ah-goos-TEEN. It is very popular in Hispanic countries, specially in South [name_u]America[/name_u].
[name_m]Hi[/name_m], just wanted to say my name is [name_f]Bronwyn[/name_f] and it has served me well! It often gets misspelled ‘Brownyn’ which I never quite understood and has I have gotten older most people call me ‘[name_m]Bron[/name_m].’ The meaning ‘white breast’ translates to ‘fair skin’. But I did always think growing up that I would have preferred ‘[name_f]Bronwen[/name_f]’- to me it just seemed prettier! Overall I always liked my name though! Thought the different perspective might help