Surname

Is [name_u]Lawrence[/name_u] [name_m]Fraser[/name_m] way too surnamey? Prefer the [name_u]Lawrence[/name_u] spelling as we like [name_m]Lawrie[/name_m] for short and it looks more masculine to us. We like [name_m]Fraser[/name_m] but not sure if [name_u]Lawrence[/name_u] [name_m]Fraser[/name_m] feels like one big surname.

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I don’t think it’s too surname-y.

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I don’t think so! [name_u]Lawrence[/name_u] [name_m]Fraser[/name_m] sounds really handsome to me.

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I don’t think it is. [name_u]Love[/name_u] this combo!

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I don’t think so.

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I love it, what a great combo!

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No

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But all the [name_u]Laurie[/name_u]’s I’ve come across spell it with ‘au’ so I don’t think that spelling looks in any way less masculine (e.g. [name_u]Laurie[/name_u] [name_m]Daley[/name_m]). With either spelling, it’s a nice name.

It’s just personal preference. I have french on my side and a cousin with the name [name_f]Laura[/name_f]. [name_u]Laurence[/name_u] is feminine in [name_f]France[/name_f] and the AU feels more feminine to me. Also my partner has Scottish/Scandinavian ancestry. And [name_m]Lawrie[/name_m] is Scottish.

Lawrence [name_m]Fraser[/name_m] feels like a first and middle to me, rather than surnamey! [name_m]Fraser[/name_m] is cute for a child and strong for an adult, I think :slightly_smiling_face:

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I don’t think so! I think it looks/sounds very professional yet cute!

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No, I really like it! It’s so handsome.

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Lawrence [name_m]Fraser[/name_m] feels very regal and handsome. Both are surnames but very familiar as first names too

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It’s a little surname-ish, but it’s nice!