Way too simple and super boring.
Simple and sweet!
Ned Schnebley from School of Rock (2003), which is Dewey's roommate, bears this name.
Ned Needlemeyer, the eponymous 10 year old protagonist from the 1997 video game and short
Lived animated television series, "Nightmare Ned".
Ned from the Chlorine MV.
Recently learned that another usage of this name is to describe Non-Educated Delinquents— basically troublemakers who skip school in favour of lawbreaking at corner shops— in the UK. It possibly explains the severe drop in usage in England/Wales in recent years.
Ned is the name of a cute, white Furby-looking character from Twenty One Pilots' music video for the song "Chlorine." As Tyler Joseph mentioned, "Ned is a very important person to us. He’s been a friend of ours for a while, we’re now just introducing him to the world and our fans have adopted him and made him their own. That was really cool to see. Ned really does represent a lot of things but specifically, I guess you would say... it really represents this idea of creativity and trying to take care of it and trying to please it, or appease it. It’s kinda that thing in you that tells you whether or not something is good. And when you get to the stage we’re at, you realise listening to that becomes more and more important because a lot of people start talking and trying to influence you and the decisions you can make creatively. And so... yeah, Ned saved us. We made the record we made because of Ned."
Ned Fulmer is a member of the popular YouTube group the Try Guys.
In 2018, 63 is the most common age for an American (U.S.) Ned* who is registered male with the Social Security Administration. It is the 2, 021st most common male first name for living U.S. citizens.

*as a first name, not a nickname.
Ned Ludd is the person from whom the Luddites, a group of English workers in the 19th century who destroyed machinery as a form of protest, were named.
This is another rhyming name along with Ted and Ed for names beginning with Ed-. Similar in formation to names like Bob, Hob and Dob for Robert.
A very plain but otherwise decent enough name I think. Though quite honestly, I envision a 'Ned' on some brainless redneck\hillbilly or on some large and malicious dog where Ned becomes an anagram for Nasty Evil Dog.
Henty, the British author, has written about several Neds, but most famously Ned Hearne from Under Drake's Flag.
No one mentioned Ned Land from 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea.
In The Lost World (TV series), Veronica used to call Malone as Ned. I fell in love with the name since then.
Ned Poins is one of Prince Hal's closest friends in Shakespeare's Henry IV part 1 and part 2.
I think this name is utterly cute, especially on a little British boy.
Ned Nickerson is a character in the Nancy Drew books and tv show. He's Nancy's boyfriend.
Ned is also nickname for Benedict.
It sounds too short and boring, not to mention everyone thinks of Ned Flanders from The Simpsons.
There's something cool about this name that I can't put my finger on. I named my calculator this.
Bah, this name sounds annoying, and it makes me think of dumb hillbillies.
NED BEATTY: American actor, nominated for a Best Supporting Actor Academy Award for Network (1976).
Ned is a character on ABC's series "Pushing Daisies".
Ned Moffat is a secondary character in "Little Women".
Ned is the name of a middle school boy on Nick channel on Ned's Disclassifed School Survival Guide and how to survive Middle School.
This is the name of the Infamous Ned Kelly, a very famous Australian Bushranger.
I believe this is what they call chavs/townies/idiots in Scotland - feel free to correct me if I'm wrong.
For those of you who remember that great Goonatic: Ned Seagoon, engine-driver extraordinaire, who once ate Fred the Oyster. "What, what, what, what, what?"
For Simpsons fans, the image that comes to mind when hearing this name is of a fundamentalist Christian who says things like "okely-dokely" and "Hidey-ho, neighborino!" Ned Flanders is Homer Simpson's God-fearing next-door neighbor.

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