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  1. #66
    Join Date
    Mar 2011
    Cair Paravel :)
    Meh. I think of the type of road. I think of Pike's Peak. I think of Pike County in Alabama, I think it is? And I think of the Mr. Pike that Pike County is named after. I think of a type of stake. But I don't think of a name, really. I can't imagine it'd be very easy to wear.
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  2. #68
    We live in England a "Pikey" is the word used for:

    It is not a nice word!

  3. #70
    Join Date
    Feb 2013
    I really like Pike! It reminds me of Ike which I love. I like how Pike is very unique and uncommon, but it's not too out there, nor is it a horrid, modern, made-up name like so many of the "unique" ones these days. I think it sounds very handsome and definitely usable.
    sylvie beatrice. poppy olivine. imogen pippa. johanna colette. reva hermione. florence bryony.
    louie matthias. clement wright. hampton hugo. walter lachlan. boris jagger. dougal frederick.

  4. #72
    Join Date
    Aug 2011
    Texas, USA
    I think of fish, weapons, Captain Pike from Star Trek, and Pike from the Elvis Cole detective series. Oh, and Pike's Peak. Kind of a mixed bag of images and associations.

    All in all, I like the name. It's short and sharp, with a lot of energy, and that appeals to me.
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  5. #74
    Join Date
    Apr 2013
    Without reading anyone's responses, I first think of the fish. Then I think of "Pike's Peak" even though I'm not sure that's how it's spelled.

    If I heard it as a name, I'd think "like the fish??" and be a bit puzzled as I've never heard it as a given name before.
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