User comments for Agamemnon

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Not recommended. Would be a very obnoxious choice for a child. Maybe it would be used for the children of those really obsessed historians.
-- lunalovegood  7/9/2007
I like that there are nine letters, and every three are palindromes. But the meaning and sound of the name and the story of the character lead me away from it. Still lots of fun to look at.
-- MoonAgeDaydreamer  1/14/2009
I like how firm and authoritative this name is. Agreed it wouldn't sit right on most children, although it would be less out of place on a little Greek boy than on most, but it would be a pretty impressive name on a grown man!
-- Caledonia558  4/24/2009
Agamemnon is often called overweening, brazen, and, according to Achilles in Homer's Iliad, having the "face of a dog and heart of a rabbit".
-- Athena Nike  8/9/2009

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