michelanCello wrote:Could be Prince István, very famous king-name
Stephen/István is a better name for a Hungarian than an English king. There was a King Stephen of England in the 12th century, but the name hasn't been used since, partly because there was a devastating civil war during his reign. He didn't exactly lose the war, but his opponent the Empress Matilda won on points, as her son became Henry II.
bickaxe wrote:Fred gets my vote
If they called the baby Alfred he could be Fred for short. That would make him Alfred II, except that Anglo-Saxon kings don't count, so he would have to be Alfred the Other Great (assuming he was).