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  1. #1
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    Full name for "Huck"

    So my current favourite boy name is Huck. I think its super cute, but is it not really wearable because its too nick-namey? Does anyone have any name suggestions that could use Huck as a nick-name? Besides the obvious "Huxley," or "Huckleberry" as I don't really like that =( (of course it couldn't be easy right?)

  2. #3
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    I like when nicknames are less obvious (e.g. Harlow for Charlotte, Della for Madeline), so this could be a prime opportunity to make thing interesting

    Some thoughts:
    Hugh
    Harold
    Hanson
    Hannibal
    Hamilton
    Henry
    Holland
    Humphrey
    Hugo
    Hudson
    Howard
    Tucker

  3. #5
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    Chucri
    Huckleberry
    Huxford
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  4. #7
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    Outside the obvious Huckleberry, what about outside references to the book?
    Like Mark (as in Mark Twain)... which may be a bit of a stretch, but could work once explained.
    Or the other half of Huckleberry... Finn?
    You could even stretch out the Finn to Finley or Finnegan?

    Maybe even Tom or Sawyer? (Huck's first appearance was in "Tom Sawyer".
    I agree with the names above (I like Hugh and Tucker the best), but you really haven't told us that much else about your naming style beside Huck.

  5. #9
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    I was even thinking as Chuck is short for Charles, Huck shouldn't be too much of a stretch as a nickname for Charles.
    (I also like Howard from the list above)

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