So what do you think? Do these names sound good together?

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  1. Syrusv37 profile image90
    Syrusv37posted 6 years ago

    So what do you think? Do these names sound good together?

    Do you think the names Kite and Kree sound good for the name of twins (brother and sister) as unique names?

  2. Gloshei profile image59
    Glosheiposted 6 years ago

    They certainly are different and why not. Make sure you can answer the question (if someone asks) where do the names come from or what do they mean.
    It's good to have an answer.
    Nice one.

  3. duffsmom profile image61
    duffsmomposted 6 years ago

    I like the name Kree but Kite is an invitation for teasing.  Kale, Kyas, Kell, Kellan, something like that?

  4. smzclark profile image60
    smzclarkposted 6 years ago

    i agree with duffsmom...kite isn't one i'd go for and if you do, i think it'd be better spelt with a y (kyte). just an opinion though, you're the one that's gonna have to repeat the name over and over and over again for a good few years :-)

  5. xethonxq profile image68
    xethonxqposted 6 years ago

    I love them...they are different from the same ole, same ole. smile I say..."GO FOR IT!"

  6. profile image0
    ExoticHippieQueenposted 6 years ago

    They certainly are unique.  I have never heard those names for kids before.  My concern would be how will people know which name is for the boy and which is for the girl?  Kite for the boy?  I don't know.  Interesting choices.  I think I like Kree, but Kite, not so much. 
    Can't you find another "K" name?

  7. edhan profile image61
    edhanposted 6 years ago

    I do agree that Kite is likely to invite teasing by other kids in school.

    I always believe of giving a good name in terms of Feng Shui will help to define a better future for a person. Therefore it is better to choose wisely as it can affect the person's future.

    That is if you do believe in Feng Shui like I do. If not, that does not matter!

  8. stricktlydating profile image83
    stricktlydatingposted 6 years ago

    One of my best friends is a twin with a sister who's name rhymes with hers.  She hates it and was teasted about it a lot at school. Because of this I'd give them each a unique name, which does not match with or seem similar to the other.

  9. profile image51
    Karen Baileyposted 6 years ago

    I like them both for twin names, it would seem to me you wouldn't get them confused!

  10. Jewelz1313 profile image76
    Jewelz1313posted 6 years ago

    They are both nice, but I have to agree Kite might lead to some teasing. However, have you ever heard Johnny Cash's "a boy named sue?" I did meet a man by the name Ky before. And in Steven Kings "A bag of bones" there was a little girl by the name Kya and one Kyra.
    Ultimately it was what you love, not anyone else.
    Good luck with those babies.
    Julie

  11. Rain Defence profile image92
    Rain Defenceposted 6 years ago

    I don't think they're good names. As soon as I read them Conan the barbarian jumped to mind.

  12. prettylittlewhims profile image59
    prettylittlewhimsposted 6 years ago

    I don't understand why people have to create new names all the time? How about picking a "normal" one? By the time these kids have grown up, maybe these "normal" names might be the fad;P I say, go pick a longer one and just shorten it according to age, ("stephanie" becomes steph, "daisy" becomes "dice" or diana becomes "di" )

  13. tiare808 profile image60
    tiare808posted 6 years ago

    I think Kree is good, but yeah not too much of Kite. Maybe putting other names together. Maybe trying something that doesn't start with "K". Anything would accually sound good.

  14. CloudExplorer profile image77
    CloudExplorerposted 6 years ago

    I don't like any of the two names myself, and I also think a name should mean something if its to be given to a child or children, and not just sound like something cool to call someone.

  15. kruney profile image73
    kruneyposted 6 years ago

    Kree I like, but not so much for Kite. That just sounds like an awful time in school. I'm quite fond of Kade or Kaden (pronounced Kay-den) instead. Let us know what you go with!

  16. Malcolm2809 profile image53
    Malcolm2809posted 6 years ago

    I like it "Kite" is original, american/english sounding and short

  17. SmartAndFun profile image96
    SmartAndFunposted 6 years ago

    Personally I like more traditional names and traditional spellings. Cree, to me, is beautiful, but Kree for some reason just makes me Kringe. As far as Kite, I think it comes across that you are trying way to hard to be cool, or should I say kool. Sorry, I don't mean to be harsh. You asked and I am answering honestly with my opinion.

    But they are your kids, not mine. Give them names that you like and that are meaningful to you. Everyone is a critic and has an opinion. If you ask, they will give their opinions. Decide on your names, and don't tell anyone what they are until after the babies are born. Once their names are a done deal it will be rude for anyone to criticize them. However, before they're born, names are open season and people feel free to criticize. We waited until after our kids were born to reveal their names, and no one said a thing or could argue because the names were already on the birth certificates.

 
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