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Thread: Mac nicknames

  1. #6
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    The only other not mentioned yet is far-fetched, but how about Monica nicknamed Mac/Mc/Mic? It does have the M and the C and it's quite traditional. Monica is a saint name and makes me think of Friends in a good way.

    Other than that there is
    Mackenzie, Michaela, and MacKenna

    Good Luck!

  2. #8
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    Unfortunately the Mac- suffix is so done and dated that even rarer Mac- names sound, well, done and dated. How about Mags or Maggie?
    Simon Valor | Eloise Faye | Judah Sage | Thea Marina | Felix Orion | Iris Cordelia | Roscoe Benjamin | Lydia Wren | Jasper Conroy | Phaedra Naomi | Adrian Bruno | Lucinda 'Indie' Jane | Wallace Finnegan | Sylvie Winifred | Charles 'Charlie' Elliot | Juniper Sophie | Julian 'Jules' Atlas | Matilda Sailor | Marlowe Charles | Alice Elizabeth | Jack Mariner | Marigold 'Maggie' Susan

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    Ooh, wait, I have one! What about McKay? I have to admit, I actually rather like it -- though for a boy, not a girl.
    Simon Valor | Eloise Faye | Judah Sage | Thea Marina | Felix Orion | Iris Cordelia | Roscoe Benjamin | Lydia Wren | Jasper Conroy | Phaedra Naomi | Adrian Bruno | Lucinda 'Indie' Jane | Wallace Finnegan | Sylvie Winifred | Charles 'Charlie' Elliot | Juniper Sophie | Julian 'Jules' Atlas | Matilda Sailor | Marlowe Charles | Alice Elizabeth | Jack Mariner | Marigold 'Maggie' Susan

    Just a grad student, dreaming ahead...

  4. #12
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    I do like the previous suggestion of Monica nn Mac. It is warm and spunky!

    The only other ideas that I have are Makeda (Behind the Name: Meaning, Origin and History of the Name Makeda ) or Macaria (Behind the Name: Meaning, Origin and History of the Name Macaria )

    Good luck!
    "Don't try to be modern, it's the most old-fashioned thing there is," - Attilio, The Tiger and the Snow

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  5. #14
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    I found the surname Maquelaine in my French-Canadian ancestry...that could work for a female 'Mac'.

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