What would the names of your son and daughter be? (if you'd ever get them)
I like Hayden for a girl and Alex for a guy:)
Most Helpful Guy
Well my girlfriend is from South Korea and I am from Switzerland, so our children will get a name from each language/culture. Either a western first name and a Korean middle name or a Korean first name and a western middle name.
Western: For girls I like names such as Manou/Manon (French), Anouk (French), Désirée (also French), Elin (Swedish), Ronja (Norse/Swedish), Xenia (Greek), Alexis (Greek), Lena (German/Swiss) and Zoë (originally Ancient Greek, in German we don't pronounce it Zo-ee but Zo-eh because that is how the German "e" is pronounced).
For boys I don't have so many names that I like but I find Elijas or Shay (pronounced like "shy") quite nice.
As for Korean names, it's a bit more complicated because Korean first names are always composed of two syllables and though these can theoretically be any syllables, they have to fit together of course to produce a nice sound and ideally they should have a nice meaning (the meaning usually comes from the corresponding Chinese symbol). Name-giving in Korean is really quite a science. Some South Korean parents even employ "professional name-givers" to find the perfect name for their child. Personally, I like girl names such as Yumi (유미), Haneul (하늘) (this one means "sky" for example), Hyun-Jae (현재) and for boys Sae-Ryun (세륜) or Yul-Ryok (율룍).1
Most Helpful Girl
i think hayden is really nice!0