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Birth name of pop star Elton John.
-- Anonymous User  12/30/2005
Reggie is a pet name. A very cool pet name in my opinion.
-- rosco kid  4/16/2006
I thought Reginald would be the masculine form of Regina, which would mean king in Latin.
-- FairyGirl  12/3/2006
Oscar-winning British actor Rex Harrison was born Reginald Carey Harrison.
-- Laurea  1/21/2007
Reginald Wilfer is a character in "Our Mutual Friend" by Charles Dickens.
-- Kate  5/8/2007
Reginald was the first name of the P. G. Wodehouse character, Jeeves.
-- Junee  6/7/2007
I used to think that this name was weird, but then I met this guy named Reggie. His first name is Reginald, and now I really like the name.
-- joanie2007  7/22/2007
Reginald Kenneth Dwight is a famous singer. Better known as Sir Elton John!
-- emc  8/2/2007
Reginald Alfred Bush II, commonly known as Reggie, is an American football player who plays for the New Orleans Saints of the NFL. He has played running back/tailback, wide receiver and punt returner. He is one of the most amazing players in my opinion.
-- Chanel  4/23/2008
It sounds horrendously pompous and old-fashioned. To think there have been toddlers named Reginald!
-- slight night shiver  5/3/2008
I like the nickname Reggie, but the full name Reginald sounds kind of stuffy and pretentious. I think these days, it's more suited for a pet than a child.
-- mrose19  7/21/2011
I surprisingly really like this name. But I think you would name the child Reginald but refer to them as Reggie. I wouldn't be surprised if it came back into fashion again as I'm hearing a lot of baby Charles and Alberts here in England and my friend had a baby yesterday who she named Reginald (or Reggie) and it really suits him. It sounds sweet.
-- charlottexx  9/25/2011
Reginald Forman is the father on That 70's Show though he is commonly referred to as Red.
-- Ranchie  11/20/2011
The main character in P.G. Wodehouse's stand-alone novel Laughing Gas is named Reginald.
-- ALOF10  10/8/2012
Dutch: Reinoud, for example Reinoud II, Duke of Guelders (c.1287-1343). [noted -ed]
-- SilveryRow  7/19/2013

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