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  1. #11
    Join Date
    Dec 2010
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    It really depends on who you know--my cousins are all cowboys but their names don't all scream country. Some do though so here are some relatives that are down-home (Canadian) cowboys.

    Keston
    Callen
    Clancy
    Casey
    Troy
    Rhett
    Tyron
    Trenton
    Tate
    Tad
    Travis
    Lloyd
    John
    Jerald
    Clay
    Cody
    Jack
    Wyatt

    Good luck!

  2. #13
    Join Date
    Dec 2012
    Location
    Lijiang, China
    Posts
    919
    First name that comes to my mind is Beau (or the more extravagant Beauregard).
    Some other ones that have a bit of country flavor:
    Emmett
    Cole
    Cody
    Trent
    Wyatt
    Buck
    Chet
    Randy

  3. #15
    Join Date
    Mar 2012
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    Levi - Love this.
    Roy - I love Roy. Huge soft spot for it. Not too popular, distinctive but not crazy. Would also make a good middle.
    Lucas (nn Luke) - I like this. Very popular though.
    James - Goes with everything. Not especially country but not NOT-country. Very VERY boring as a middle, okay as a FN if you want.

    James is inoffensive, Lucas is nice, Levi and Roy are my favourites.

    Other ideas:
    Wyatt
    Jesse
    Casey
    Eli
    Cyrus
    Hank, especially short for Henry or Hiram
    Tobin
    Lyndon
    Amos
    Isaac called Ike
    Daniel/Dan
    Harlan
    Forest
    Ezekiel/Hezekiah called Zeke

  4. #17
    Join Date
    Aug 2012
    Location
    Ontario, Canada
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  5. #19
    Join Date
    Jan 2013
    Location
    Boulder, CO
    Posts
    18
    Someone already mentioned Amos and Jesse. I'd consider Jedidiah nn: Jed, meaning "friend or beloved of God." (I personally know one teenager of this name who went by the Geek-chic "Jedi" for a long time.) Tom or Tommy was pretty popular in the backwoods of Alabama, while I lived there. Also Chase and Cole.
    Last edited by onomast; January 3rd, 2013 at 11:12 AM.
    Name-researcher inside a Greco-Roman framework AKA etymologies-R-US, trying to resurrect a few ancient praenomena and some not-so-ancient favorites, such as:
    Ira - Gnaeus - Avner - Bayard - Berenike - Faust
    Furmom to Euryale and Tiberius.

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