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    Lightbulb Thoughts On Viggo?

    I like the name Viggo but I can't decide if I'd actually use it. Do you think it's wearable? Why or why not?
    P.S. My first sons name is Lincoln if that helps.

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    I say go for it. It's a cool, offbeat name that's fun to say. It's quirkier than Lincoln, but it would probably work in that sibset.

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    I like it Viggo, its semi strong, unusual but not totally out there and I like the sound of Lincoln and Viggo. They both have a different vibe but still mesh well enough. I say use it!
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    Too weird, sorry.

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    Well, I live in Denmark where it's totally usable. It's an Old Norse name meaning "fighter". In Denmark, it's predominantly older people who are named Viggo, but it's currently rising very fast and I know a lot of little Viggos as well. Lincoln and Viggo sound great together.
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