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Worst character from Clone High.
Honest Abe! A bit diminutive, maybe do something like Abraham and have it as a nickname?
Very old fashioned, and it has ham in it.
Your name is good my dear.
In 2018, 53 is the most common age for an American (U.S.) Abe* who is registered male with the Social Security Administration. It is the 3, 797th most common male first name for living U.S. citizens.

*as a first name, not a nickname.
It makes the old fashioned Abraham a little more modern.
The name Abe was given to 79 boys born in the US in 2015.
Abe Sapien, Hellboy's amphibious partner in the Hellboy series of comics and movies.
I like the name. It sounds like a person who is really tough and strong.
I think it's kinda handsome on the right guy.
This name is way too close to "ape". I certainly wouldn't want to be considered with something as primitive as that.
I really think this name is a refreshing alternative in a sea of Aidans, Jaelins or Kadens today. It is classic, strong, comfortable and interesting. I like how it can grow with a person. Excellent choice for a name, especially as a nickname for Abraham.
I prefer Bram as a short form.
- Abe Burrows (1910–1985), American playwright/director.
- Abe Vigoda (b. 1921), American actor
- Abe Fortas (1910–1982), Associate U.S. Supreme Court Justice.
In Jean Ure's novel 'See You Thursday', Abe is the blind musician who Marianne, the main character, falls in love with.
Abe is the name of the grandpa on The Simpsons.
Can also be pronounced "Ah-beh" in Japanese version.
Abe has another origin, which is Jewish. It is pronounced as two syllables, and is from Aramaic 'abba' (father) which was used as a first name in Talmudic times instead of Abraham.
I think Abe only works if you're tall, were the sixteenth president of the US, and tried to free slaves. Well, it would work fine as a middle name!
President Abraham Lincoln was known as "Honest Abe."

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