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It is a very amazing and unique name. I wish that I had this name. It has a wonderful sensation to it and also the fact that it is not a common name.
― Anonymous User  2/23/2006
Funny enough, a name which you would mostly associate with animals. Such animal bearers are Humphrey B. Bear and Humphrey the cat.
rosco kid  4/13/2006
I really dislike this one. It's just mean to call your kid this.
Surreal  12/31/2006
I associate this name with Humphrey the Whale; in the late middle 1980s, the famed humpback whale entered San Francisco Bay and made the mistake of going up the Sacramento River. He would have died if rescuers had not coaxed him back out to San Francisco Bay and, consequently, back out to sea. Seeing the two humpback whales who are lost in the Sacramento River is startlingly similar to Humphrey's predicament.
gaelruadh19  5/29/2007
I don't want too insult anyone, but I really think this name is HILARIOUS! It is just the most comical name EVER! It is so fun to say, me and my friends use it all the time to name random things like a tape ball or an imaginary person.
― Anonymous User  9/3/2007
A famous bearer is Humphrey Bogart.
crazykls  5/7/2008
Well, you can't really imagine this name on a child today, can you? It's very old-fashioned, quite pompous, and yet it sounds so funny, like ''hum free''.
slight night shiver  6/3/2008
Sir Humphrey Gilbert, a British explorer famous for finding Baffin Island and Labrador, as well as helping the British conquer Ireland.
Lady Seashell  8/15/2008
I don't like this name at all on a child, but I think it would be cute on a pet.
-Julia-  12/27/2009
Humphrey of Lancaster, 1st Duke of Gloucester, 1st Earl of Pembroke, KG (3 October 1390 – 23 February 1447), also known as Humphrey Plantagenet, was "son, brother and uncle of kings", being the fourth and youngest son of king Henry IV of England by his first wife, Mary de Bohun, brother to king Henry V of England, and uncle to the latter's son, king Henry VI of England.

Humphrey, 2nd Earl of Buckingham (1381–1399) was an English peer and member of the House of Lords. He was Lord High Constable of England. His father, Thomas of Woodstock, was the youngest son of King Edward III and uncle of Richard II. His illegitimate daughter Catherine became a mistress of the mighty Stafford's fathers and sons.
― Anonymous User  11/5/2011
All I can hear is "hump free", plus it's too dated. Not nice.
Skylar_Arianna  5/22/2013
This is such a sweet, handsome sounding name. And I love the meaning Peaceful Warrior. If I ever have a little boy his name will definitely be Humphrey.
BuyBeerOrPayTheRent  8/22/2014
Oh god; the name is just easy target for mega bullying and teasing. As a surname it's bad enough. Shame on any parents giving this name to their child! Honestly, hump free!...
― Anonymous User  9/8/2014
Humphrey was the name of one main characters in the movie, Alpha and Omega.
― Anonymous User  11/5/2015
This sounds like a hamster name to me. That's all I'm saying.
al84  12/27/2015
Humphrey is a great name and I am proud to be one with this as a last name.
HumphreyG  12/10/2016
Humphrey is my family's last name, although our version is a little different. We spell ours as "Humphreys"; pronounced the same except the s at the end.
― Anonymous User  11/25/2017

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