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This is a strong name, although slightly rough, and may even be described as gutteral. Although I wouldn't name a child this, it might well suit a character in a book.
-- avalah  5/5/2006
It sounds pretty much ancient. The guy could go by Al, but he'd still have an awkward, embarrassing full first name. Besides, Al sounds middle-aged at best.
-- slight night shiver  5/14/2008
Algar Fleet-foot is an ancient king in the Belgariad and the Mallorean by David Eddings.
-- YMPvt  8/19/2008

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