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I don't think there's anything in particular wrong with this name. It looks good, it sounds good, but... it's probably just too archaic now. It just wouldn't translate well in modern day.
xsai  6/19/2011
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There's a rap/alternative-esque band called Aesop Rocks.
Gen Eng Blu Ros  5/31/2009
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The name AESOP is almost certainly derived from Ancient Greek "Aithiops" meaning ‘burnt-face' (aithein = burn + ops = face), although it was later taken to mean "dark-skinned".
gcoldham  10/31/2005

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