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    Gregory?

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    Despite the very charming and romantic association of Gregory Peck, I find it a bit too dated and fusty, sorry.
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    It's an interesting name, but I don't like it all that much. Feels a bit dated - a friend of mine has a brother named Gregory.
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    Gregory's a "yupster" name, so yep it's hip.

    P.S. Cecil Gregory from your list would be a cool combination.

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    I like it a lot. Masculine, unpretentious, smells good.

    Gregory Finn would sound great.

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