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VINCENT  added 1/18/2019, 8:51:43 PM by Anonymous User
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Vincent is one of those names that has a
soft phonetic sound at the beginning and middle,
but then concludes with an abrupt “t” that contributes
to the masculine identity. This name is a classic
that is not prodigious to make the deductions
for it being considered “common” and might
offer an air of sophistication to a potential
parent of a son named Vincent.
― Anonymous User  1/18/2019
 
CHARLES  added 1/18/2019, 8:32:26 PM by Anonymous User
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The name Charles has the reputation of appearing rather
“stodgy” and “outdated” to some of the comments on this
website. The possibility of this might be due to an
abundance of “overuse” in previous generations. Most
notably of those born over fifty years ago when the name was
quite common. On the other hand, as in many cycles
concerning the rise and fall of popularity, the name
Charles could experience a comeback in a generation
or two. Look, for example, at the feminine version
known as Charlotte. Once considered a grandmother’s
name and now is one of the top ten girls names in
the USA and other western countries. If such an
occurrence could happen for Charlotte, then it
could be probable for some sort of revival
for Charles.
― Anonymous User  1/18/2019
 
JACOBINE  added 1/18/2019, 7:13:02 PM by Anonymous User
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Bina would make a very cute nickname.
― Anonymous User  1/18/2019
 
BARBARA  added 1/18/2019, 6:47:15 PM by bac grace
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My parents in the 40's named their 4 kids using the letter B.
Beth Anne, Barbara Ann, and Bonnie Anne and Bill.
I was the middle girl and I hated my name.
I've made several wonderful name changes,
and I recommend it to anyone who doesn't like their name.
When I go into my final living situation, I'm going to say,
well yes, that's my name, but everyone calls me Grace.
It's my dear Grandmother's name, and it's also funny
because I am chronically clumsy.
bac grace  1/18/2019
 
EPIMETHEUS  added 1/18/2019, 5:45:55 PM by majimeow
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Epimetheus was the brother of Prometheus. His wife was Pandora (Pandora's box), and Epimetheus was known to be impulsive and give no forethought to things, then begging his brother Prometheus, who was much more shrewd than him.
majimeow  1/18/2019
 
OEDIPUS  added 1/18/2019, 5:34:42 PM by majimeow
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Well, Oedipus was the subject of Sophocles' tragedy "Oedipus the King", and he killed his father and married/had kids with his mother. Not a good name for your child, especially since in school they will probably have to learn about the original Oedipus.
majimeow  1/18/2019
 
IPHIGENEIA  added 1/18/2019, 5:32:01 PM by majimeow
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Iphigeneia was the eldest daughter of Agamemnon and Clytemnestra. She was sacrificed to Artemis at Aulis by Agamemnon so that the Greek army could sail to Troy. Because of this, Clytemnestra killed Agamemnon to avenge her.
majimeow  1/18/2019
 
ALECTO  added 1/18/2019, 5:28:13 PM by majimeow
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Alecto is a Fury (Erinye) in Greek mythology, the punisher of moral crimes. Since Furies have serpent hair and are known to be quite ugly even though I actually like what they stand for and how pro-women the are in the Oresteia, due to the negative connotations I wouldn't name my child this. She's also a Death Eater in HP7.
majimeow  1/18/2019
 
BELLATRIX  added 1/18/2019, 5:23:08 PM by majimeow
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It means "female warrior" and it's a star, but I would never name anyone Bellatrix because she's a villain and a Death Eater in Harry Potter and she killed Dobby!!!
majimeow  1/18/2019
 
AUBREY  added 1/18/2019, 4:35:56 PM by Lady_Skywalker
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The name Aubrey wss given to 138 boys in the US in 2017.
Lady_Skywalker  1/18/2019
 
ULYSSES  added 1/18/2019, 3:47:54 PM by Lady_Skywalker
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The name Ulysses was given to 156 boys in the US in 2017.
Lady_Skywalker  1/18/2019
 
JORDYN  added 1/18/2019, 3:32:59 PM by Lady_Skywalker
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The name Jordyn was given to 166 boys in the US in 2017.
Lady_Skywalker  1/18/2019
 
GUS (1)  added 1/18/2019, 2:16:05 PM by Lady_Skywalker
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The name Gus was given to 178 boys in the US in 2017.
Lady_Skywalker  1/18/2019
 
HOLLIS  added 1/18/2019, 2:00:47 PM by Lady_Skywalker
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The name hollis was given to 186 boys in the US in 2017.
Lady_Skywalker  1/18/2019
 
HARVEY  added 1/18/2019, 1:50:57 PM by Lady_Skywalker
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The name Harvey was given to 19 poor little GIRLS in the US in 2017!
Lady_Skywalker  1/18/2019
 
JORDANA  added 1/18/2019, 1:32:13 PM by Lady_Skywalker
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The Jordana was given to 54 girls in the US in 2017 and Jordanna was given to 16 girls.
Lady_Skywalker  1/18/2019
 
CARYS  added 1/18/2019, 1:27:14 PM by Lady_Skywalker
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The name Carys was given to 54 girls in the US in 2017.
Lady_Skywalker  1/18/2019
 
JAYNA  added 1/18/2019, 1:21:51 PM by Lady_Skywalker
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The name Jayna was given to 54 girls in the US in 2017.
Lady_Skywalker  1/18/2019
 
WILLEM  added 1/18/2019, 11:41:40 AM by Willem3rd
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My name is Willem and my ancestors come from the Netherlands. My father and my Grandfather and myself are all named Willem Petrus. The pronounciation is using the W as a V. So it could be spelt as Villem. Hope it helps...
Willem3rd  1/18/2019
 
EVELINA  added 1/18/2019, 11:21:22 AM by Evena289
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You know, in Greece, Evelina comes from Euanggelie which means good news.
Evena289  1/18/2019
 
HANS  added 1/18/2019, 9:44:41 AM by saphirdufeu
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Hans Hermann von Katte was a Lieutenant in the Prussian army, and a friend and likely lover of the young Frederick the Great. He was executed, as Frederick watched, by order of Frederick’s father, at that time the king, for his role in Frederick’s attempted escape to England.
saphirdufeu  1/18/2019
 
GUSTAVO  added 1/18/2019, 7:44:25 AM by Kosta
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Gustavo Dudamel is a Venezuelan conductor and violinist.
Kosta  1/18/2019
 
EMMALINE  added 1/18/2019, 6:39:51 AM by lily_m1102
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I only know one Emmaline, and her last name is long as well.
lily_m1102  1/18/2019
 
CONNER  added 1/18/2019, 6:39:07 AM by lily_m1102
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Conner used to be a very popular name for a long time, but now it has become less popular over the years.
lily_m1102  1/18/2019
 
KATE  added 1/18/2019, 6:37:32 AM by lily_m1102
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I don't know too many Kate's, but a lot of peoples names are Katherine and they go by Katie.
lily_m1102  1/18/2019
 
ANGEL  added 1/18/2019, 6:36:27 AM by lily_m1102
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I know two Angel's (their first name being Angelus), and they are both boys.
lily_m1102  1/18/2019
 
SEBASTIAN  added 1/18/2019, 6:35:31 AM by lily_m1102
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I only know one Sebastian, and he seems very smart, but very disruptive at times.
lily_m1102  1/18/2019
 
KAITLYN  added 1/18/2019, 6:34:35 AM by lily_m1102
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I know TONS of Kaitlyn's. It seems to be a very popular name upon girls. I know some spelled with a C, some spelled with a K, and some even spelled like cat-lynn!!
lily_m1102  1/18/2019
 
MATTHEW  added 1/18/2019, 6:32:51 AM by lily_m1102
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I know a lot of Matthew's. It seems to be a very popular name but go back a long time.
lily_m1102  1/18/2019
 
SCOTTY  added 1/18/2019, 6:31:45 AM by lily_m1102
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I only know one Scotty. He is very loud and disrupts everything anybody is doing all the time.
lily_m1102  1/18/2019
 
BRENNAN  added 1/18/2019, 6:30:40 AM by lily_m1102
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I know two Brennan's. One is very loud and funny, while the other is quiet and kind.
lily_m1102  1/18/2019
 
TANNER  added 1/18/2019, 6:29:34 AM by lily_m1102
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All of the Tanner's I know are very quiet, but can be funny at times.
lily_m1102  1/18/2019
 
LILY  added 1/18/2019, 6:24:25 AM by lily_m1102
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My nickname is Lily, but my real name is Lillian. Not a big fan of this name because it seems like a lot of people have it.
lily_m1102  1/18/2019
 
LILLIAN  added 1/18/2019, 6:23:19 AM by lily_m1102
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My name is Lillian, but I go by Lily. This was my great-grandmother's name, but she usually went by Marie, with her middle name being that.
lily_m1102  1/18/2019
 
CELYN  added 1/18/2019, 6:01:41 AM by caseynames6229
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I know Celyn is traditionally a masculine name, but I like it better as a girl’s name. It just looks more feminine and delicate to me. It’s still masculine enough to work on a boy. I love this name for either gender, but I think it’s slightly more feminine than masculine, not too feminine, it’s still a great boy’s name, but a lovely girl’s name too. The meaning also makes it a perfect girl’s name. “Holly”.
caseynames6229  1/18/2019
 
LEWI  added 1/18/2019, 4:55:42 AM by caseynames6229
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Too close to a slang for something. Don’t like this name.
caseynames6229  1/18/2019
 
GOTTFRIED  added 1/18/2019, 4:35:56 AM by caseynames6229
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I like it better than Gotthard, but still over the top and pretentious as a name.
caseynames6229  1/18/2019
 
GOTTHARD  added 1/18/2019, 4:32:20 AM by caseynames6229
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Ridiculous as a name! Who wants to have a name like “got hard”? Gotthard is a horrible name to have! There is absolutely nothing normal, appropriate, cute, or respectful about this name. I can’t imagine someone trying to name their kid, and they say they got hard after smoking weed. I feel sorry for anyone with this name who is getting teased severely. If this was my name, I would legally change it as soon as possible!
caseynames6229  1/18/2019
 
JOANNE  added 1/18/2019, 4:28:40 AM by Joeybooh
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Well I love the Name I am a Joanne and have Nick names of JoJo JoJo-Booh Joeybooh not to country for me
Joeybooh  1/18/2019
 
OSCAR  added 1/18/2019, 4:08:54 AM by caseynames6229
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Anonymous User 8/29/2015, this would only make the perfect girl’s name just to be unique, and I can see in your blood that you would give her a very trendy girl’s name that’s feminine for a middle name. You must really really dislikeeeeeee Oscara or Oscarine. I think a girl with a boy’s name should be far more girlier than a girl with a girl’s name.
But if a girl had the name Oscar, would her sister have the name Oscara? Probably not! Her parents would be like, “I love traditional boy names on girls, paired with non-boyish names, such as Michael Sophia! I think I’m going to name my daughter Oscar Elizabeth, and then my next daughter Otto Alexandra, and I’m going to make them act like girly girls and not tomboys.” I think a more masculine name than Oscar would be Oscaro. So if Mrs Oscar had a gender bending, it would be Oscaro. I think Oscar is really cute and uncommon for a girl, but I would pair it with a middle name that IS common and traditionally feminine AND ladylike. Personally, I prefer it for a boy though!
caseynames6229  1/18/2019
 
OSCAR  added 1/18/2019, 4:02:04 AM by Anonymous User
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It’s a girl’s name, and I don’t give a fucking crap about Oscarine. Girls rule because they get to have anything they want without being ridiculed.

Boooooobbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbs!
― Anonymous User  1/18/2019
 
DARCY  added 1/18/2019, 3:52:27 AM by caseynames6229
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Darcy is a nice name and I like it more as a girl’s name! I’m writing a comic strip about a girl named Darcy. Her middle name is going to be Morgan. She’s probably going to be very challenging. And her surname is Hicks. She was born on August 3, 2006 and is currently in seventh grade and she lives in Bowie, Texas at Bowie Middle School, I think!
caseynames6229  1/18/2019
 
GRAEME  added 1/18/2019, 3:50:27 AM by AlphaMaleAKAGraeme
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This name comes from the God Graeme in Nordic culture and means 'Alpha male' most cavemen were named Graeme as well as the current king of Sweden
AlphaMaleAKAGraeme  1/18/2019
 
OWEN (1)  added 1/18/2019, 3:49:18 AM by AlphaMaleAKAGraeme
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Call me Lex from now on
AlphaMaleAKAGraeme  1/18/2019
 
DARBY  added 1/18/2019, 3:47:53 AM by caseynames6229
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Darby is kind of a cute name, however it sounds too cute that I can only picture a boy or a girl below the age of five with this name. It sounds so youthful and a little babyish, but I still love the name. To me, it’s more of a girl’s name than a boy’s name but I like it for either gender.
caseynames6229  1/18/2019
 
HENRY  added 1/18/2019, 3:47:48 AM by AlphaMaleAKAGraeme
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I prefer the pronounciation GRAY-EM
AlphaMaleAKAGraeme  1/18/2019
 
RÔMULO  added 1/18/2019, 3:47:37 AM by Anonymous User
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Rômulo é um nome ótimo, forte, incomum e original.
― Anonymous User  1/18/2019
 
OTÁVIO  added 1/18/2019, 3:41:18 AM by Anonymous User
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Nome sujeito a bullying na escola sendo chamado de "Otário".
― Anonymous User  1/18/2019
 
EOFORWINE  added 1/18/2019, 3:40:58 AM by caseynames6229
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I also think the feminine form is actually more masculine than the masculine form, ha ha!
caseynames6229  1/18/2019
 
EOFORWINE  added 1/18/2019, 3:40:18 AM by caseynames6229
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This is a weird name. I also think this name is way more feminine than masculine. I love it as a girl’s name and so much less as a boy’s name. You think this is the masculine form? NO WAY!!
caseynames6229  1/18/2019