Opinions please

We still have a lot of time to find a name and I’m not even sure if I would really consider these names since they are pretty old fashioned. But what do you think of the names Kuno and Korbinian? Both are of german origin. Would they be usable in an english speaking country?

Both are usable, Korbinian because of [name_u]Corbin[/name_u] (though it does make me think of carbonara) and Kuno because short, ending in O names are on the rise.
Is it important to you to honor your ancestry or do you simply like those names? If you just like them, what about [name_m]Killian[/name_m]/[name_u]Kieran[/name_u] instead of Korbinian and [name_m]Cosmo[/name_m] instead of Kuno?

I just simply like them. Maybe also a bit out of stubbornness since hubby only likes very traditional english names :joy: we’re still trying to find a middle ground. I like [name_m]Kilian[/name_m] though.

I like Kuno - I think it could work, it seems easy to pronounce and fits in with names like [name_m]Hugo[/name_m]

Korbinian sounds nice and I think it could work, depending on which English speaking country you’re in though

[name_m]Kilian[/name_m] is the [name_m]German[/name_m] form of [name_m]Cillian[/name_m] if you’re after a [name_m]German[/name_m] name. Korbinian is neat.