Mad Mike Hughes.
Chris Evans played a character named Hugh Ransom Drysdale in Knives Out.
I love it.
Not much in it.
Hugh is the name given to a Borg drone in the Star Trek: The Next Generation episode "I, Borg".
I like Hugh but I cannot picture it on anyone younger than 45. It just doesn't seem right. Hugh reminds me of Hugh Jackman. A nice soft name for a boy.
I don't love it as a first name (Sounds like Who? Or even "Huge")
I really like it as a middle name though, Alexander Hugh or Nicholas Hugh would be nice.
I love this name! I am planning my on naming my son James Hugh.
Hugh Jackman!
In 2018, 63 is the most common age for an American (U.S.) Hugh who is registered male with the Social Security Administration. It is the 864th most common male first name for living U.S. citizens.
Sounds more like an onomatopoeia than a name.
Hugh is the name of Jimmy Neutron's dad on the show. He's notoriously unintelligent.
The name Hugh was given to 262 boys born in the US in 2016.
More than 99.9 percent of people with the first name Hugh are male.
The meaning of this name is beautiful and unexpected.
If my two year old had been a boy I would have used Hugh. I really love this name. It's not overly used! Plus, there are some great actors with that name and I admire them for their craft immensely. It does have a breathy sound, and sometimes it sounds like you are saying YOU. Plus, when he is a baby, people will call him "Baby Hughie". But I still adore it!
My great-grandfather's name was Hugh, and I actually really like this name. It is short, yet dignified. Plus it isn't very common.
Not a fan of this name.
It's a nice name. But yeah, I guess it's better for it to be avoided if the last name starts with "J" ('cause of silly "huge" jokes). Other than that, "Hugh" has a good meaning and sounds okay. (:
Hugh Thompson, Jr. Was a US Army officer decorated for his efforts to save the lives of civilians during the My Lai massacre.
Hugh is the name of a rival character in Pokemon Black 2 and White 2.
Paul McGillion (Stargate Atlantis) and his wife Courtney have a son named Hugh, born August 5, 2012.
The famous bearers that are mentioned: Hugh Capet, and the Kings of Jerusalem and Cyprus were actually spelled by them as Hughett and Hughet. The French Huguenots knew the king Capet with a ett on the end of the name. If you read the book "Templar of Trye" which was written in Latin at the time the Hughs were in power in Jerusalem they spelled their names as Hughet. Hugh is just a short pronunciation of Hughett.
A famous bearer is the actor, Hugh Bonneville.
Hugh Fearnley Whittingstall, British TV Chef and host of the River Cottage series is a famous bearer of this name.
Hugh Dennis. The knuckly man.
I think this is one of those names that are masculine but still "sensitive" sounding. I would consider using it as a middle name because it's a traditional name in my family.
This name sounds rather bland, and it unfortunately makes me think of Hugh Hefner.
This is the middle name of Brian Hugh Warner aka Marilyn Manson. It's also his father's first name.
It's quite hard to pronounce.
I never did like the sound of this name. If you're going to use it, make sure your surname isn't Johnson, James, or anything that starts with a J or the 'jee'-sound. If your surname starts with those sounds, there will be ''huge ___'' jokes.
On at least one of his shows, Benny Hill had a character named "Hugh Jarse."
Lovely name. Very established and refined in my opinion, but can also be casual.
No offense but I think of an old farmer when I hear this name.
I like the meaning and the name in theory, but not the sound (breathy) and not how it rhymes with "phew".
I think this name is very gentleman-like. I can easily picture a British lord by this name.
Way better than Huw.
Love the meaning and the name. There's a kind of quiet strength to it. Saying "hey, Hugh!" sounds a lot like "hey you!" which could be annoying.
Famous Bearer: Actor Hugh Dancy. Hugh has appeared in such films as 2004's "Ella Enchanted" (in which he starred as Price Char, opposite actress Anne Hathaway), "King Arthur", and numerous other successful projects.
Playboy founder and editor-in-chief Hugh M. Hefner is a famous bearer of this name.
A famous bearer of this name is British actor, Hugh Jackman who starred in both "Kate and Leopold" and in "X-MEN".
Actor Hugh Laurie is another famous bearer.
Hugh Laurie uses his second middle name as his stage name. His full name is James Hugh Calum Laurie.
Hugh Grant is a famous bearer of this name.

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