Comments for the name Harrison


Comments for HARRISON:

Harrison. Like.... GEORGE HARRISON!
-- darkhorse025  8/31/2005
My name is Harrison. I kinda like it, but I use Harri for short. I've always liked Harrison Ford.
-- amptcat  11/3/2005
My name is Harrison but I go by HAZ because it's heaps cool.
-- hazzy  12/6/2005
William H. Harrison was President of the United States for one month in 1841. Benjamin Harrison was elected President in 1889.
-- breakofday  3/10/2006
I'm expecting my second child in June (2006), it's a boy and we've settled on the name Harrison. I thought of it thinking of my favorite Beatle, George Harrison; however I just really LOVE the name. We will call him Harrison, but I also like the nickname Harry. I think it's cool!
-- 2006Mama  3/30/2006
Famous actor Harrison Ford who was in Star Wars, Indiana Jones, Firewall, and Six Days and Seven Nights.
-- Tudor  6/14/2006
Having Harrison as my last name, it means a lot to me. It's the name that links me to my Grandpa who taught me more than I will ever know. I plan on naming at least one child Harrison. Kind of a way to kill two birds with one stone since my other Grandpa is named Harold and called Harry the nickname works.
-- IrishEyes  12/15/2007
I love this name. It sounds so masculine to me. I also love Harrison Ford.
-- Lynsey777  4/20/2008
A famous fictional bearer would be Harrison Davies, younger brother of Tru Davies, from the sadly short-lived show Tru Calling.
-- DestructoGirl  6/26/2009
Very handsome!
-- Chrila96  9/11/2010
This is what my name was going to be if I was a boy, because my parents liked Harrison Ford! It's a cool name.
-- LullabyMoon11  10/23/2010
Harrison Ford (born 1942 in Chicago, Illinois) is an American actor.
-- Anonymous User  5/31/2012
This is a nice name, not too common (which is how it should stay! Hopefully it doesn't get too common like in the UK and Australia!) and it ages well. I find it interesting how its popularity skyrocketed in 1888 and 1889. Hopefully this name doesn't fall into the dreadful trend of giving names ending in -son to girls.
-- Anonymous User  4/13/2013
I love this name. It's so handsome and it sounds a lot better and less surname-y than other -son names like Addison or Anderson in my opinion. I don't think this one will go to the girls, but then again who knows... Anyway, Harrison is a nice, strong, noble name for a boy that can fit any age and will stand out from the crowd of Braydens and Brodys. Harry is a cute nickname too :)
-- Oohvintage  7/27/2013

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