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Thread: Getting to Hal

  1. #1
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    Getting to Hal

    I really like the nn Hal but I don't like the full name Harold. What other names could have the nn Hal?

    What do you think of Halloran?

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    I always associate Hal with Henry, plus you have the Shakespearean link with Henry V being called Prince Hal. I love both Henry and Hal, much fresher than the overused Harry.

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    My first thought would be Hadley.

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    Hal is an established nickname for Henry, which seems like your taste. Absalom? That might be stretching it too much. Maybe Halcyon or Marshall? I like Halloran. I've never heard it before, but it's intriguing.
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    Halloran is nice, I've never heard it before. It could work.

    Here's how I'd get to Hal: Hallam, Hamilton, Hanley, Halden, Halbert, Halston, Harlen, Hannibal.
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