Finn or Finley?

[name_f]Do[/name_f] you prefer [name_m]Finn[/name_m] or [name_m]Finley[/name_m] for a boy? Why? [name_f]Do[/name_f] they have the same style to you?

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Both are lovely, but I like [name_m]Finn[/name_m] better! They’re both very on-trend and popular, but [name_m]Finley[/name_m] feels more trendy to me, which isn’t my personal style, and I like how [name_m]Finn[/name_m] can work very well internationally!

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I like [name_m]Finn[/name_m] better as well. [name_m]Finley[/name_m] feels like it could be used for a boy or a girl while [name_m]Finn[/name_m] feels completely masculine.

However, if [name_m]Finley[/name_m] is a family name, then I would say [name_m]Finley[/name_m] becomes a better option than [name_m]Finn[/name_m].

Both are solid names though.

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[name_m]Finley[/name_m]! I like the gentler, slightly quirky-but-familiar vibe of it! [name_m]Finn[/name_m] has a similar vibe but a bit more zippy and contemporary

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[name_m]Finley[/name_m], I find it a little softer than just [name_m]Finn[/name_m]. And flow wise I think ita a lot more versatile. Plus in the future if he decide he didnt feel like a [name_m]Finn[/name_m] he could go by [name_m]Lee[/name_m]

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I prefer [name_m]Finn[/name_m] for a boy and [name_m]Finley[/name_m] for a girl.

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[name_f]My[/name_f] favourite [name_m]Finley[/name_m] :honeybee:

I love the soft sweet sound of [name_m]Finley[/name_m] just feels softer, more laid back and wholesome.

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[name_m]Finn[/name_m] seems like it ages better (to me). I love it.

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I prefer just [name_m]Finn[/name_m]. :slightly_smiling_face:

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I prefer just [name_m]Finn[/name_m] but [name_m]Finley[/name_m] is lovely too.

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I prefer [name_m]Finlay[/name_m].

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I prefer [name_m]Finley[/name_m] myself… [name_m]Finn[/name_m] is nice but [name_m]Finley[/name_m] feels more versatile for me? I’m a big [name_m]Finley[/name_m] fan. [name_m]Finn[/name_m] also reminds me too much of Glee; I like that I don’t immediately think of 1 person with [name_m]Finley[/name_m].

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I like both, but I lean towards [name_m]Finley[/name_m]. With [name_m]Finley[/name_m], you still get to keep [name_m]Finn[/name_m] as a nickname. So it is the best of both worlds. They have the same vibe, but in my mind, [name_m]Finley[/name_m] feels more complete.

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I prefer [name_m]Finn[/name_m] slightly. So slightly that the fn/mn or fn/ln combination could sway me to [name_m]Finley[/name_m]. They are not exactly the same vibe to me, though.

[name_m]Finn[/name_m] is more worldly and outgoing, athletic, competent, and hard to pinpoint as a certain age.

[name_m]Finley[/name_m] is quieter, softer, more academic, and more likely to be under the age of 12 currently.

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[name_m]Finn[/name_m] gets my vote.

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I prefer [name_m]Finn[/name_m] cause [name_m]Finley[/name_m] is a girls name to me

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