User comments for Polycarp

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So sorry to the people who like this name, but it sounds like a fish, or many fish, depending on your interpretation.
-- avalah  11/23/2006
I really can't stop laughing. I'm trying but it's not working. I just keep picturing one of those annoying parrots who says embarrassing things.
-- Jasmine  3/17/2007
I'm sure this was a perfectly beautiful name in Ancient Greek. However, I can't help but look at it and see "Holy crap".
-- daisy_kay  5/25/2007
That's exactly what I saw! ;-) Sorry, but I can't picture a person--or a character--with this name.
-- erb816  7/27/2009
Polycarp is a noble and beautiful name.
-- Anonymous User  3/1/2008
I know this isn't the meaning, but it looks like it means "many carp".
-- bananarama  9/13/2008
What kind of name is this? Why is this even a name and where the heck did it come from?
-- Anonymous User  9/27/2009
Though I find it highly unlikely it should happen, god save any (English-speaking) child whose parents should deign to curse them with this name.
-- Anonymous User  3/4/2010
There is no record in the entire world of someone having this name in history. You just wanna laugh when you hear it. And I'm sure if there was a person with this name and anyone would meet, they would laugh in that unfortunate person's face.
-- Anonymous User  7/6/2010
Besides the name being in the Count of Monte Cristo, I actually have a cousin with this name, but most people don't know because he only uses his middle or last name.

In small towns where we are from there are a lot of old saint names that have been used since ancient times. So yes, it is used.
-- Anonymous User  11/23/2011
The feminine version of this name was borne by Policarpa "La Pola" Salavarrieta (c. 1795-1817), a young heroine of the Colombian independence movement.
-- New_Chloe  5/8/2014

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