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  1. #11
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    I know someone with this as their surname (well, it's O'H, but close enough) and I struggle to see it as a given name, sorry. I don't think it's got the prettiest sound to it, I think it would be better as a middle name if anything.

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    I like it. It's been hovering on my list for some time now. You pronounce it the way I do, no clue if that's right but it seems logical to me. I think a Halloran would fit right in with his peers.
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  3. #15
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    Huh, I think it totally works. Like Hal or Lorne as a nickname. You might even be able to get away with Arlo...

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