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Subject: Re: Max or a longer form nn Max?
Author: Ninor   (Authenticated as Frozten)
Date: September 29, 2012 at 12:02:47 PM
Reply to: Max or a longer form nn Max? by Lily
Yeah, I think Max works great on its own. It's pretty common here. One of my cousin's have a son named Max, I go to school with a Max, and I used to go to school with a couple of other guys named Max.
I love a lot of Max- names, so for I would go with Maximilian and then use Max as a nickname, mainly because I love both names and that way I can get to use both of the names. Have you considered Maxton? Is Maxim (this spelling) also too feminine ? What about Maksim?


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