Modern pronunciation: HAwr-AYS.
This is a real good classic name.
Sounds like someone who would run a bar in Rhode Island.
For some reason this reminds me of horseradish. I used to hate it but now it also reminds me of Horace Slughorn from Harry Potter so now I think that it's okay.
I personally think Horace is a good name for a horse.
Horrible and old mannish. Not even good for a pet.
In 2018, 63 is the most common age for an American (U.S.) Horace who is registered male with the Social Security Administration. It is the 1, 184th most common male first name for living U.S. citizens.
If you read it too fast it's like you're saying "Horse race."
I really dislike this name. Nothing nice about it.
Horace was my father's name so I like it. I have no children to name after him, but I have cats. One is named Horace, and another is named Frances after my mom.
I really like Horace. It’s a strong and distinct name with a good historical association. It also isn’t one you hear everyday, and is classic, not trendy.
The name Horace was given to 23 boys born in the US in 2015.
Am I the only one who likes this name? I think it's sturdy and solid.
Hardly given in france.
Horace is the bartender for the Drunken Clam on the show, Family Guy.
It could be short for Horatio, which is a nice name.
Horace Gilmer, the prosecutor of the Tom Robinson case in the book "To Kill a Mockingbird."
Pronounced o-RAHS in French. [noted -ed]
The Diary of Horace Wimp is a song by Electric Light Orchestra. The lyrics take us through a week in the life of an oppressed man who nevertheless overcomes his shy nature with the help of "a voice from above". He defies the odds and gets the girl.

It's a good song and the reason why the name Horace is a good name IMO.
Horace was a character in the cartoon Kid Paddle. He was obsessed with Rikiki the duck.
Very pompous, elitist, and butt-ugly! I would have a very low opinion of parents who name their son this, and I'd be partly angry, partly laughing with a red face, if I heard a parent shout: ''Horace, get here!''
Absolutely hideous!
Horace is the name of a cat who dies in Philip K. Dick's "Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?" The vet-repairmen think he's an electric animal, but he turns out to be real. :(
Horace Vandergelder is the male protagonist of the musical "Hello Dolly" and the title character's love interest. Walter Matthau played this part in the 1969 movie.
There was a character named Horace on Doctor Quinn, Medicine Woman. He wasn't terribly bright, though he was a nice enough person and fell in love with a prostitute despite her past.
Horace reminds me of the word Horrid.
Horace is the name English speakers typically use when talking about the Roman poet Quintus Horatius Flaccus.
Horace is one of the two thieves from the movie '101 Dalmatians.'
Horace Slughorn is the name of a professor in the Harry Potter series by JK Rowling.

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