Opinions needed please

What do you all think of [name]Cole[/name] [name]Justus[/name]?

We’ve kind of decided on [name]Cole[/name] but it’s becoming increasingly hard to find a middle name that sounds right with it.
Does [name]Cole[/name] [name]Justus[/name] sound too similar to cold justice??:???: Is this a bad thing, and a reason to avoid this combination?
It’s just I really like the name [name]Justus[/name]. I only fairly recently discovered it, and I like the ancient [name]Roman[/name] influence, the meaning, and the way it sounds. [name]Just[/name] not sure about it with [name]Cole[/name].

My second favourite is [name]Cole[/name] [name]Alexander[/name]. I love this but partner’s not keen.

I love all of the different associations with [name]Cole[/name]. Nice choice!

[name]Cole[/name] [name]Justus[/name] is all right-- I don’t think too many will hear ‘cold justice’ but a few might, and if that bothers you, then keep looking :slight_smile: [name]Cole[/name] [name]Alexander[/name]'s all right, too, but it’s good to find something that you both like, of course. [name]Do[/name] you know what your partner’s objections are to [name]Cole[/name] [name]Alexander[/name]?

Thinking along the lines of [name]Alexander[/name] + [name]Justus[/name]:

[name]Augustus[/name], which is a big name but works better in the middle than as a first. [name]Cole[/name] [name]Augustus[/name]? [name]Cole[/name] [name]Augustine[/name]? [name]Cole[/name] [name]August[/name]?
[name]Julius[/name], which is perhaps more wearable :slight_smile: [name]Cole[/name] [name]Julius[/name], [name]Cole[/name] [name]Julian[/name].
[name]Clement[/name], going down the Latin + meaning route, though not everyone likes alliterative names. [name]Cole[/name] [name]Clement[/name] sounds sporty to me at least :slight_smile:
[name]Honor[/name], for Latin + meaning again. [name]Cole[/name] [name]Honor[/name] does run together a bit, though.
[name]Benedict[/name] (late latin, ‘blessed’). [name]Cole[/name] [name]Benedict[/name] is handsome, but I’m not American so I can’t comment on the [name]Arnold[/name] issue.
[name]Maximus[/name]- back to [name]Alexander[/name] + [name]Justus[/name]: [name]Maximus[/name] is actually in the top 250 as a given name, so it’s not that ‘out there’. [name]Cole[/name] [name]Maximus[/name] sounds very modern, but a bit too Gladiator for me :slight_smile:
[name]Felix[/name], for Latin + meaning (happy, lucky, successful). [name]Cole[/name] [name]Felix[/name] sounds like a jazz musician (definitely in a good way).
[name]Lucian[/name], though [name]Cole[/name] [name]Lucian[/name] runs together come to think of it (like colution)…scrap that one!
[name]Dominic[/name]- [name]Roman[/name] origins again, and [name]Cole[/name] [name]Dominic[/name] (also [name]Domenic[/name], [name]Dominik[/name], or [name]Dominick[/name]) is dashing.
[name]Sebastian[/name]- [name]Cole[/name] [name]Sebastian[/name]? It’s not my favourite name (because I see colours with words) but this one is quite popular and I know a number of people who like [name]Alexander[/name], [name]Sebastian[/name], and [name]Dominic[/name]-- all traditional and handsome longer names for boys.
[name]Anthony[/name]- another handsome one. [name]Cole[/name] [name]Anthony[/name]? Could even go for [name]Cole[/name] [name]Antonius[/name]!

More adventurous Latin middles:
[name]Cole[/name] [name]Quintus[/name]
[name]Cole[/name] [name]Octavian[/name]
[name]Cole[/name] [name]Hadrian[/name]
[name]Cole[/name] [name]Marcellus[/name]
[name]Cole[/name] [name]Aurelius[/name], [name]Cole[/name] [name]Aurelian[/name]
[name]Cole[/name] [name]Flavian[/name]
[name]Cole[/name] [name]Rufus[/name]
[name]Cole[/name] [name]Tiberius[/name]
[name]Cole[/name] Gratian