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  1. #16
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    I love the name Paul--it was my great-grandfather's name, so I could use it for family reasons. It's a great, underrated one-syllable name for a boy.

    I met a very young Paul recently, so it does still work on a child.

  2. #18
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    Feb 2013
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    I think Paul is a wonderful name - it can work on anyone: man or boy, soft or strong. I know two Pauls: one is in his forties, a lawyer and in a band. He's very cool and gives the name a bit of pizzazz somehow. The other Paul I know is around 11, and he's very shy, sweet, and an artist. It works so well for both of them!
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  3. #20
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    I think Paul is a great name! If people are looking for something a little more modern, I grew up with a Paulen nn Paul. All of his siblings were named after nature. Dandelion, Saffron, etc. Paulen was a play on pollen.
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  4. #22
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    Jul 2013
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    My country uses Pól, Poul and Pauli. I like them... but never really thought of them - have met several of those. I'm also related to one - a Pól - he's my cousin's husband.

    I've never really loved it. But I do think I could... Now I'm starting to ponder about Poul or maybe Paul. Maybe they deserve a place on my list. They're actually quite handsome names...
    My future ladies:
    Lý, Matilda, Lydia, Píl, Elsa, Anja, Lovisa, Flykra, Annalisa, Elisabeth & Ró

    My future gentlemen:
    Ravnur, Oskar, Ùlvur & Linus


  5. #24
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    Dec 2013
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    I'm on the fence about Paul, honestly. I like it, but I find it a little middle-aged sounding. (Awful of me, I know.)
    I do like Pavel though.
    "Walter. That’s good. I’ve never known a little kid named Walter. It seems like an old man’s name, but I guess you have to start somewhere."

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