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VERY VERY unattractive.
Feminine usage is gaining popularity.
I don't like it, I only think of trucks when I hear this name. I prefer Max.
Mack Horton (born 1996) is an Australian swimmer. His name is short for Mackenzie.
In 2018, 68 is the most common age for an American (U.S.) Mack* who is registered male with the Social Security Administration. It is the 1, 365th most common male first name for living U.S. citizens.

*as a first name, not a nickname.
Funny name, as it is usually a prefix to last names.
My son was one of the 353 boy's named Mack in 2016 his name is Mack Andrew. I love his name he is named after papa and papa the great. Third generation Mack here. I also love that it's not overused or trendy.
The name Mack was given to 353 boys born in the US in 2016.
More than 99.9 percent of people with the first name Mack are male.
My name is MacKenna, and I get called Mack as a nickname. Before you go all crazy, I know it's a traditionally male's name. But so what? Names don't have genders unless we assign one to them. I personally don't identify as fully male or female, so I like exploring unisex names. Mack (or Max, as I prefer) both seem to fit me well.
The variant "Mac" can be a nickname to many names beginning with Mac-, including MacAlister, MacArthur, and MacKenzie.
I think it makes a nice nickname a for a boy named Mackenzie or McKinley, both of which are MALE names.
Mack means "gas station" in Swedish. It was originally an acronym made up of the initial letters in the surnames of four men who manufactured pumps for gas stations: Mathiasson, Andersson, Collin and Key.
I think this is a good name. The fact that it rhymes with slack etc hasn't stopped thousands from calling their sons Jack. I think Mack is a useful alternative to Jack which is lovely but now far too common.
Miss Mary Mack, Mack, Mack, all dressed in black, black, black! Are you serious? A boy named Mack will get that all the time!
I like it better spelled Mac, so it doesn't look like "smack". But hey, I'm probably just paranoid. Otherwise, I think it's a nice name.
Not a bad nickname, but an asinine official name. As an actual name, it sounds far too boyish, and will not give an impression of high intelligence.
Sounds more like a name for a dog to me. A child would get teased far too much for the name Mack, it rhymes with so many things (Smack, Sack, Whack, etc). Also, it sounds like Big Mac and Macintosh. It's a strong, handsome name but just too easily teased.
I wouldn't name my child this, but I still think that it is a good, sturdy name for a male pet.
"Mack" is obviously spelled "Mac" in Gaelic. And just think of the MacKintosh "Mac" computers; people would be so surprised to find that they had sons and never knew it!
Short form of Mackinnon, Mackenzie, or Mankinley.
My friend and I both like the name Mack. It is handsome and rugged sounding.
Mac Taylor is a character on CSI NY.
To me Mack is a short but sturdy sounding name. I like the sound of it.
A generic name. I think of "Hey, Mack," something you might say to someone whose name you don't know. I also think of Mack trucks.
Can also be spelt "Mac" and can be a short form of "Mackenzie".

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