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Noah Webster wrote the first American dictionary. Also, there was a T.V. show in the 1980's about a little boy named Webster; he was played by Emmanuel Lewis.
breakofday  12/16/2005
It's funny how this name sounds so youthful, yet it can only be imagined on old men and dead old men, as the dictionary has pretty much made it weird to use. If t wasn't for the dictionary, I'd say this name sounds like the name of a guy who will always be immature and annoying, just the way I feel about Dexter and Baxter.
slight night shiver  5/13/2008
Sounds like the name of a nerd, but I might just be thinking of the dictionary.
number1212  12/11/2008
Really? Who in their right mind would name their kid after the dictionary? I sure wouldn't!
Bonquiqui  6/19/2012
Makes me think of dictionaries and webbed feet. A horrible name.
flamingrubyred  6/6/2014
This always sounded like a nerd name to me. I think it's because of the dictionary. I wouldn't recommend it.
Buneary  5/4/2016
Pretty funny name! I have the same feeling toward all the -ster ending names. (no offense to the people bearing those names).
XYKLONE  12/27/2017
Nerdy dorky name.
Luvbug86  3/24/2018

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