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Possibly derived from Chons, Egyptian God of the moon.
-- audreyhubley  8/29/2006
Chauncey Billups is an American basketball player on the Detroit Pistons.
-- Anonymous User  3/25/2007
A most excellent name for a pet rabbit. Or, at least my rabbit's named Chauncey. I can't imagine it on a person, though.
-- skid  11/15/2007
Wow, what a pretentios, elitist, snobby name. If parents name their son Chauncey, it's a pretty good sign they don't love him, but that he's just an extension of their ego and a tool for achievements that they can brag about to relatives and ''friends''.
-- slight night shiver  5/18/2008
Makes me think of a fat snob with a handle-bar mustache.
-- Anonymous User  5/24/2008
My 18 year old grey cat is named Chauncey. My dad named him Chauncey because apparently his roommate in college called things a "Chauncey" if he didn't know what the object was really called. I think it's a good name for a pet, but I can't imagine it on a person.
-- dogstar21  6/9/2009
I think Chauncey is a good name for a dog.
-- Rm4187  11/3/2009
Chauncey always reminds me of the Pokémon known as Chansey. On a person, it sounds like the name of an effeminate gay man. It's kind of pretentious anyway.
-- bananarama  4/11/2010
Chauncey Gardiner was a name given to Chance the Gardener in the novel Being There by Jerzy Kosinski.
-- Zinha  7/22/2010
Hahaha, I love looking up the most ridiculous names and seeing all the negative comments. Chauncey does have an incredibly pompous sound to it, doesn't it?
-- jackitty  7/29/2013
I know someone named Chauncey and yes, it's a little odd at first, but you get used to it and it just kind of "becomes" that person.
-- silly_rabbit  8/23/2015

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