Hey beautiful berries! I hope you’re having a great day!
So I’m pretty sure I posted on this subject like 4 years ago or something, but our tastes have changed a bit and I’ve found some new contenders after the name we originally agreed on became boring / just didn’t feel right.
[name_u]Murray[/name_u] seems to be interpreted a few ways, but the most common / basic understanding seems to be “seaman” or “fisherman”. Based on that, I did a little digging on Google, and came across these options that have similar / related sounds and meanings:
Murphey - “sea warrior”
[name_m]Murvyn[/name_m] - “beautiful sea” / “friend of the sea”
Moriarty - “seaworthy”
[name_u]Morgan[/name_u] - “dwelling by the sea”
This will be a second or third name, most likely second if we keep the same arrangement as the female combinations we have containing honour names (that is “first name - mother’s honour name - nature name”).
I think my top contenders from this list are [name_u]Morgan[/name_u] and [name_m]Murvyn[/name_m] (I really love the Y in that one, for some reason).