|illustration by Rie Cramer, via janwillemsen on Flickr|
So here are some interesting finds, used only 3 times in the Netherlands last year.
Alpha — something to be said about this for a boy
Catrinus — an unusual "-inus" name, and a good way to honor a Catrina/Katrina?
Eef — short & sweet
Gust — this short form of August/e appeals, it reads more like a nature name than anything else
Miró — for painter Joan, perhaps?
Reyer — I can see this one working in English-speaking lands quite easily
Thibeau — this is a nice variant spelling of Thibault, I think
Vygo — lots of Viggo action on the list, but spelling it with a "Y" lends a little bit of intrigue (how come when the Dutch do it it doesn't seem like a "trendy-fying" move?