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Famous bearer: Cary Grant!
-- Anonymous User  12/13/2005
Famous bearer: Actor Cary Elwes, of "The Princess Bride".
-- Pheadirean  6/2/2006
Cary Brothers is a musician. His song "Blue Eyes" is really good.
-- pandasayscynical  12/23/2007
I like this name, it sounds a lot like "caring". Though I think it sounds more like a girl's name, this spelling looks more masculine.
-- _0TophasNails_1  12/9/2008
Jennifer Grant (daughter of actor Cary Grant) had a son in August 2008. Cary Benjamin Grant. I think it's cool.
-- littlescarlett  3/10/2009
I know an elderly man with this name. He warned me not to name my son this because he was called "Cary the fairy" in school because the name sounds very feminine, and it would be a cruel thing to do to a child. Now, instead the name reminds me of a loud, rude, egotistical old man who drinks too much. I would never use it for a boy or a girl. No offense to any other Carys!
-- Anonymous User  4/21/2010
I have a (guy) friend named Cary, and I used to laugh every time I said his name. (It just sounded so girly!) And it was even funnier because Cary is this really big guy and his name is CARY! haha. Though now I've grown used to it, and I love it now! I now see it as a guy name instead of a girls.
-- lovingmother  5/23/2010
It's too bad this name has fallen out of usage for males.
-- fernsirius  5/5/2011
One of the very few truly unisex names. (no, Riley, Taylor, and Morgan don't count) In my opinion, Cary and Carey are the best spellings for boys, and my favorite for girls is Carrie. It can be handsome and manly and delicate and feminine at the same time, depending on the spelling. A fantastic name :)
-- Anonymous User  6/11/2013

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