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Teague reminds me of a blond buzzed, skinny, baseball infatuated teen. I really like this name.
-- Dogmaster  5/13/2006
Teague is a great name for a boy. I would spell it this way for ease of pronunciation.
-- Anonymous User  10/5/2006
I think this would make a great girl's name too! And I'm lovin' the possible nickname, "Tigger"!
-- leananshae  11/25/2007
I am starting to love the name Teague but only on a boy. During my research I found out that it means, "wise poet" which makes me like it even more.
-- Anonymous User  1/29/2008
Captain Teague is the father of Captain Jack Sparrow in Pirates Of The Caribbean. He is played by Keith Richards.
-- Lady_Skywalker  9/29/2008
This is a religious slur and derogatory term, often used by loyalists in Northern Ireland in anti-Catholic slogans. However, Teague is considered a more contemporary self-identifier adopted by the very people the term is meant to slur, while Taig remains a slur in almost every context.
-- LMS  11/23/2008
The group leader in Theodore Sturgeon's short story The Golden Helix is called Teague. He is the one genius among the lot.
-- nenmo  5/21/2009
Pronounced Teeg, if you didn't know. This is great name!
-- Rat  7/27/2010
I believe this name was used for the son in the Richard Harris movie, The Field. It was memorable so I wanted to find out more about it. If I remember correctly there was an old shoe advertisement called Buster Brown shoes. In the ad the boy had a dog named Teague (however it was pronounced Tie g). The boy (with the Buster Brown hair cut of course) would announce I'm Buster Brown and this is my dog Tieg. We live in a shoe---camera focuses on picture of boy and dog in the heel of a shoe. I was a very long time ago circa 1955 and this trivia about an unfamiliar name stayed with me.
-- Anonymous User  10/3/2010

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