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Uh, who would really name their child this?
-- Anonymous User  8/23/2006
This name has the word "pretentious" written all over it in my opinion.
-- Kitten  9/8/2006
I know a guy named Noble and it works for him so don't knock it, it isn't that bad.
-- stuckonstupid  10/11/2006
"Hi, I'm Noble." -puke- This would make a good, rude nickname to call a "hero" type person, behind his/her back. I hate it as a given name.
-- Emmasj  11/2/2006
I love the name Noble for either gender.
-- tigerlilly  11/23/2006
I don't know why people don't like this name, it's actually pretty cool and unique.
-- Anonymous User  2/24/2007
It seems like a funny name for a child. What if the guy turns out anything but noble?
-- slight night shiver  5/1/2008
Reminds me of Barnes & Noble. Even though I love that store, I would never name my kid this. What nicknames could they have? Nobi? Bully? Egh.
-- Anonymous User  5/10/2008
If you really had to have the meaning, then I feel that you should choose a different name with this meaning so that it wouldn't be as overt and his failings wouldn't be so glaring if he turned out to be total scum.
-- gio2475  6/26/2008
Donna Noble was the Doctor's companion in British Sci Fi show, Doctor Who.
-- LimbicLove  8/2/2008
John Noble is the brilliant actor, most known for his role as "Walter Bishop" in the sci-fi show, FRINGE.
-- Dawson  12/4/2010
I believe there was once a composer named Noble Sissle. He wrote jazz and swing pieces, mostly.
-- welovejamesarness  5/27/2011
I was looking for names of the meaning "noble" and look what showed up? For boys, ehhh... but overall I DON'T like this name.
-- blondieboo629  8/9/2011
"Noble" is definitely one to scratch from the books. It is a very juvenile, unattractive, unintelligent, "ghetto" name-- it is not dignified, and will only prove to harm the bearer (whether or not it is visible; whether or not someone boldly makes it obvious; whether or not people falsely compliment.)

Sometimes I am forced to ponder the attraction of names of this theme... "Noble, "Royal," "King," "Queen," "Prince," "Princess," "Duke," "Duchess," and so on and so forth.
The holder may potentially be the brightest, most utterly brilliant mind... but the actual name will create an added barrier to demolish. What parent wishes to make their child's life more difficult? And for a reason that could have been avoided?
-- Francesca  1/23/2012
Paired with a girl twin, Noble and Grace would be nice.

I've always like this name. It's a word-name that really doesn't demand too much from its bearer, unlike Chastity or Royal.
-- leananshae  9/18/2012

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