What do you think of this name?

It sounds invented to me, and just one more of the current two-syllable-ends-in-n trend. It’s not for me. What do you like about it - maybe we could suggest similar names?

Well, I love the name [name]River[/name], but it doesn’t go with our last name that ends in an -ER. I also like nature related, place or surnames, and I thought this one might work. I agree that it sounds a little made up though. [name]Do[/name] you have any suggestions that match what I am looking for? They can’t end in -r, and I don’t like common or trendy names. Thanks for your help.

[name]Lake[/name] alone would actually be better than [name]Laken[/name], though it’s not my favorite.

Some other suggestions:

[name]Cliff[/name] (could be short for [name]Clifton[/name] or [name]Heathcliff[/name])
[name]Sanders[/name] nn Sand

Place Names (with a new england theme)