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This name would only be used by the Malfoys. Hmm, Ptolemy Malfoy. I’ll have to keep that in mind for fanfiction!
Theatrenamelover  6/9/2019
The name Ptolemy derives from the Greek ΠΤΟΛΕΜΑΙΟΣ.
georgev1112  1/6/2016
I like this name, the sound is handsome and it looks quite cool as well.
I'd definitely never use it though, too out there!
K.G Valentina  6/28/2011
Ptolemy is hilariously pretentious. Nonetheless, it is a guilty pleasure of many. If the fact that people will snigger behind your back doesn't bother you then go for it.
vomiting  12/2/2009
I don't like this name. The silent P looks ugly, and we all know about Ptolemy's misinformation about the solar system.
bananarama  9/12/2009
This name isn't quite as ancient as it used to be. Ptolemy Tompkkins, son of the "New Age" author Peter Tompkins, is now a fairly well-known author in his own right. And in October 2007 the American actress Gretchen Mol and her husband Kip Williams named their son Ptolemy.
clevelandkentevans  1/14/2008
I kind of like this name. It's exotic sounding but not unheard of. (Though unheard of for names nowadays.)
dark  4/14/2007
Ptolemy was a name used by many Egyptain kings. It is also the name of a character in Jonathan Stroud's Bartimaeus series (the third book is even named Ptolemy's Gate after him).
knittinghobo  6/6/2006

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