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    Boy name to go along with Chip

    Hi everyone!

    I am trying to come up with a not so common and not so odd boy name for our new one. His older brother is Chip (not a Charles but a "chip off the ole block").

    I would love to have a longer name then a nickname that they would go by - similar to Chip.

    Thanks!

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    I like Max w/Chip, and there are a lot of full name options--Maximillien, Maximo, Maxwell, etc. Also, Jack (John). Really about anything except Dale ;-).

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    I like Jack, Gus and Wes from ollieollie's list.

    Hal, Harry, Hank - Henry or Harrison
    Ned - Edmund, Edward, Edwin, Edgar
    Theo, Teddy - Theodore
    All the best,
    Mischa.

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    Lightbulb I hope this helps

    Quote Originally Posted by app_gal View Post
    Hi everyone!

    I am trying to come up with a not so common and not so odd boy name for our new one. His older brother is Chip (not a Charles but a "chip off the ole block").

    I would love to have a longer name then a nickname that they would go by - similar to Chip.

    Thanks!
    1.) Adalger/ Al ( Al & Chip)

    2.) Beresford/Bear (Chip & Bear)

    3.) MontMorency/ Monty (Chip & Monty)

    4.) Christopher/Kester/Topher (Chip & Kester) (Chip & Topher) These are Old Nn. not commonly heard today, which will help distinguish him with Chip

    5.) Caradoc/ Doc (Chip & Doc) Though many may compare it to Doc Holiday- but hey What boy doesn't want to be compared to cowboy

    6.) Beacon/Beau (Chip & Beau) Beau is pronounced Bow-french

    7.) Leopold/Leo/Lyon (chip & Leo) (Chip & Lyon)

    8.) Knightly/ No nn ( Chip & Knightly) its a cute alternative and ready made. most will think Knightly is a Nn from a different origin. Would be a great story behind the name.

    9.) Bertrand/Bertram--Bertie/Birdie (old english nn) Burt ( Chip & Burt) (Chip & Birdie) (Chip & Bertie)

    10.) Fitzwilliam/Fitz/Will (Chip & Fitz) (chip & Will)

    11.) Fitzhue/Hue/Huey (Chip & Hue) (Chip & Huey)
    12.) Archibald/Archer/Archie (Chip & Archie)

    13.) Penrose/Penn (Chip & Penn)
    14.) Pennsylvania/Penn (Chip & Penn)

    15.) Wolfgang (Chip & Wolf)
    16.) Hatham/Hath (Chip & Hath)

    17.) Broderick/Brody/Erick/Eric (Chip & Brody) (Chip & Erick) ( Chip & Eric)
    18.) Donovan/Don/Van (Chip & Don) (Chip & Van)

    19.) Mackenzie/ Mack (Chip & Mack) -my favorite, perfect fit
    20.) Douglas/Doug/Dougy<--(rare use) (Chip & Doug)
    21.) Wallace/Walt (Chip & Walt) may be compared to Walt Disney but he was great role model

    22.) Gregor/Greg (Chip & Greg)
    23.) Sullivan/Van/Sully (Chip & Van) (Chip & Sully)

    24.) Finnegan/Finn/Fynn <--(Kr8tive like) (Chip & Finn)
    25.) Cunnigham/Ham (Chip & Ham) this could be problematic or a great running joke

    26.) Donnelly/Don (Chip & Don)
    27.) Hannigan/ Hank (Chip & Hank) -- Although you may recall story books with a Hank and dog name Chip

    28.) Keelan/Keely (Chip & Keely)
    29.) Prosser/ Ross (Chip & Ross)
    30.) Bosker/Bo (Chip & Bo)
    31.) Boston/Bo/Stone (Chip & Stone) -- again a running joke
    32.) Ludric/Lue (Chip & Lue)
    33.) Brinstan/Bryn (Chip & Bryn)
    34.) Geroldin/Gerod/Roldin (Chip/Gerod) (Chip & Roldin)
    35.) Fredmund/Fred (Chip & Fred)
    36.) Theodore/Theo (Chip & Theo) very cutesy
    37.) Hastan/Hass( pronounced H-Ah-s, Norse sounding) (Chip and Haas) You can put two dots above Haas to further phonics.

    38.) Thorbert/Thor/Bert (Chip & Thor) (Chip & Bert)
    39.) Jaenbert/Bert
    40.) Kenting/Kent (Chip & Kent) very much a british vibe

    41.) Landric/Lanny (Chip & Lanny)
    42.) Carantock/Aran (Chip & Aran)
    43.) Clydri/Clyd (Chip & Clyd)

    44.) Andronicus/Andy/Ron (Chip & Andy) (Chip & Ron)
    45.) Cadawallader/Wally/Cade(c-ay-d) (Chip & Wally) (Chip & Cade)
    46.) Cassander/Zander/Xander/Sander (Chip and Zander)

    47.) Justinian/Justin (Chip & Justin)
    48.) Lancelot/Lance (Chip & Lance)
    49.) LeoLine/Leo (Chip & Leo)

    50.) Ranulphus/Randy (Chip & Randy)
    51.) Trevelyan/Trever (Chip & Trever)
    52.) Tresillian/Tres (Spanish for 3) (Chip & Tres)
    53.) Biggles/Biggie (gangster vibe:??? (Chip & Biggie)

    54.) Reginald/Reggie (Chip & Reggie)
    55.) Benedict/Ben (Chip & Ben) Though may think of ice cream
    56.) Gideon/Eon (Chip & Eon) Space/scientific sounding
    57.) Orlando/ Andy (Chip & Andy)
    58.) Tarquin/Quinn (Chip & Quinn)
    59.) Edmund/Edgar/Edwin--Ed (Chip & Ed)
    60.) Ernest/Ernie (Chip & Ernie)

    61.) Marcus/Marc (Chip & Marc)
    62.) Marmaduke/Duke (Chip & Duke)
    63.) Cassian/Cash (Chip & Cash)
    64.) Cedric/Drake (Chip & Drake)

    65.) Boris/Bo --another BO repeat but Bo can come from anything
    66.) Chester/Chet (Chip & Chet)
    67.) Harold/Harry ( Chip & Harry) HarryChip, may not work
    68.) Aristoteles/ Artie (Chip & Artie)
    69.) Apollonius/ Apollo (Chip & Apollo) sound like spaceships
    70.) Callum/Cal (Chip & Cal)
    71.) Kirkland/Kirk (Chip & Kirk)
    72.) McTavish/Macky/Mack (Chip & Mack/Macky)

    I'm low on options and there are some great choices. I hope I helped you!
    Last edited by fourthseason; January 13th, 2014 at 09:36 PM.
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