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I prefer Rowan over Warren and by a vast amount. I like a "w" in the middle of the name for flow and sound, but names that begin with this letter seem hard to say. In fact, it seems that the "w" in the middle of the name makes it easier to say, whereas at the beginning makes it harder to say.
Plus the W and "double R" in the name sometimes make people sound like they have a speech impediment. I have a lisp and can remember some names as specifically hard for my peers to prn when we were in speech therapy. Warren was particularly difficult, but names with a "w" in the middle gave little difficulty.
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Rowan is one of the few names that I see as "unisex"... I don't mind it as a girl's name... but I VASTLY prefer it on a boy. My only hesitation is that most other people prefer it on a girl and see it as a girl name, so there might not be as much acceptance over the name. Though personally, I'm rarely concerned with "acceptance", lol... but that's me.