So I’ve really been loving the name Locksley/Loxley. I’m very aware of the [name_u]Robin[/name_u] Hood association as that’s where I got it from and I don’t see any issue with that association personally. I just really love how it’s sounds and I think it’s unique enough for him to be the only one in the school.

Which spelling do you think is better? Also I came across Lockley/Lochley recently too which I really like! [name_m]Just[/name_m] love the nickname Lockie/Lochie it’s so cute! I just feel like maybe [name_u]Loxley[/name_u] looks more feminine??? The name [name_u]Lake[/name_u] is also on my list but it feels a little too short.

Of course any suggestions of similar names is always appreciated.
Lemme know what you think of all the names I’ve mentioned and if you’d like to add middle name suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Thanks x

I’d instinctively assume the spelling [name_u]Loxley[/name_u] - it looks distinctive and sleek!

I like Locksley too - the [name_u]Robin[/name_u] Hood association is cool :slight_smile: I think [name_u]Loxley[/name_u] is still my preference though

(ive no idea what the association is)

i say loxley or lochley, but i love lake the most

lockley is a confused lock & key to my eyes

lochley lake
lochley nox
loxley day
loxley gabriel
lachy river
laken david

I agree Loxley or Lochley. Though personally I like the robin hood association so Id probably go with Loxley and a more traditional middle name like…

Loxley James
Loxley Charles
Loxley Frederick
Loxley Arthur
Loxley Harrison
Loxley Anderson

[name_u]Loxley[/name_u] for sure!

[name_f]My[/name_f] favourite is [name_u]Loxley[/name_u]! Such a cute name (and having an ‘x’ in your name is always cool!). [name_m]Lachlan[/name_m] could be another option?

[name_u]Loxley[/name_u] is my favourite!

[name_u]Loxley[/name_u] or [name_m]Lachlan[/name_m].

I like your style. [name_m]Lochlan[/name_m] feels more masculine to me than Locksley. And has the same feel to me. I like [name_u]Lake[/name_u] for a boy or a girl.
Doesn’t [name_m]Loch[/name_m] mean [name_u]Lake[/name_u] in [name_u]Scotland[/name_u]?

[name_m]Loch[/name_m] [name_m]Muir[/name_m]