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This would make a better nickname than an actual name.
HCShannon  12/3/2017
I think of the goofy flying elf from Berserk, particularly in his chibi chestnut form.
― Anonymous User  9/24/2017
Puck a.k.a Robin Goodfellow is a character in The Iron Fey series written by Julie Kagawa.
― Anonymous User  3/15/2014
Dutch soccer player Klaas-Jan Huntelaar (b. 1983) and his girlfriend Maddy Schoolderman named their newborn daughter Puck (born on 6 August 2013). She joins older brothers Seb (b. 2009) and Axel (b. 2011).
Lucille  8/9/2013
Uh... honestly, I hope no native English speaker is named this. Because if you change the 'p' to an 'f', you get one of the most vulgar words in the English language, which is so notorious in global pop culture (given the English language's pervasiveness) that I'm sure non-Anglophones are aware of it as well. I'm honestly surprised at the name's apparent popularity in the Netherlands. I hope the bearers don't run into any problems because of their name.
erb816  9/17/2012
This name is kinda cool and all, but in America I think the kid would be teased about the whole "hockey puck" thing. I can also think of a rhyme someone might use. But I will say that this name is cool!
blondieboo629  9/30/2011
This name is also used in The Netherlands, and would certainly be found in the top 1000 of names of all ages. The name is unisex in the country, but is most often found on females. [noted -ed]
Lucille  6/8/2010
Puck is the name of one of the moons of Uranus.
Likeyeahwhatev  9/13/2009
Puca is not in fact Old English. It comes from an Irish word, meaning a type of faery- a generally malevolent, sometimes harmless faery that often took the form of a spectral horse.
corvina  8/28/2009
The only reason I like this name is because I love hockey.
GunsnRoses8794  11/26/2008
This name just sounds stupid.
Hushpuppy  11/23/2008
One of the first characters in Final Fantasy IX has the name Puck.
― Anonymous User  9/26/2008
The meaning is nothing to be desired, but I do so love the character. I'd consider this as a middle name.
FMRadio  3/26/2008
Puck was the mischivious fairy who caused all the trouble in Shakespeare's "A Midsummer Night's Dream".
Lady Seashell  3/18/2008
This name is mostly used as a feminine name in the Netherlands.
X-Mar  10/15/2007
My mother sometimes calls me this as a nickname. I had no idea it was actually a name. I would never give this as a name to a child because I think it sounds a bit childish but I like the meaning of devil. :P
renee06  9/15/2007

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