E ending names?

Hello! I am in need of your expert help. What names end in a strong E sound that go with our “style”? We have (almost) settled on [name]Riley[/name], but am trying to think of some alternate names just in case. Some of our favorite names are: [name]Hudson[/name], [name]Levi[/name], [name]Jasper[/name], [name]Benjamin[/name], [name]Milo[/name], [name]Alexander[/name], [name]Cole[/name], [name]Chase[/name], [name]Enzo[/name], [name]Leland[/name], [name]Cooper[/name], [name]Declan[/name], [name]Mason[/name]. One of these will be the middle. I am going naming crazy!! Thanks for helping.

[name]Don[/name]'t know if this fits with your style, but we are giving one of our twin boys the mn [name]Quincy[/name]. Normally, I don’t care for the “long e” (or y) ending for boys, but this is an exception. It has a colonial feel to it ([name]John[/name] [name]Quincy[/name] [name]Adams[/name]) that is appealing to us.

[name]Hope[/name] that helps a little.

In my area [name]Riley[/name] has gone to the girl’s side, so I don’t care for it on a boy. I love [name]Quincy[/name], you get the popular “[name]Quin[/name]” and I love the presidential association. I also really love [name]Wylie[/name], almost [name]Riley[/name] but so much more masculine in my opinion. I personally like longer formal/traditional first names. I think they grow into adulthood better. Here are a few that end in the “E” sound.


Or perhaps a traditional name with an “E” nickname

[name]James[/name]/ [name]Jamie[/name]
…and so many more… These are just my opinion, whatever you choose to name your son will be a perfect fit for him. Congratulation.

A few more: [name]Henry[/name], [name]Casey[/name], [name]Brady[/name].