Quinn on a boy?

Short for [name_m]Miro[/name_m]-[name_u]Quinn[/name_u], which is more masculine IMO. :slight_smile: But we would call him [name_u]Quinn[/name_u]. Does it work?

Full combo (WDYT?): [name_m]Miro[/name_m]-[name_u]Quinn[/name_u] [name_m]Anson[/name_m], two-syllable surname. (Second syllable rhymes with ‘kin’.)

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Absolutely works.

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personally I see [name_u]Quinn[/name_u] as more of a ‘boy’ name, it’s quite ‘masculine’ sounding to me so definitely fits a boy!

the combo works well :slight_smile:

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I think [name_u]Quinn[/name_u] is very handsome, but it might be too rhymey if your surname ends in the “inn” sound too.

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Agreed! I like [name_u]Quinn[/name_u] for any gender, though.

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It actually flows decently! ^.^

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Miro-[name_u]Quinn[/name_u] is really cool

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It seems to have gone to the girls in my area. I also have a friend named [name_f]Jacqueline[/name_f] who has always gone by [name_u]Quinn[/name_u] so it seems all girl to me. Seems unisex on Nameberry though

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Quinn is entirely gender neutral to me, so I could see it on a boy, and [name_m]Miro[/name_m]-[name_u]Quinn[/name_u] makes it fully masculine.

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