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  • Roy

    We've seen Ray regain his cool, but could this country/cowboy name epitomized by Roy Rogers (born Leonard Slye), Acuff, and Clark, do the same?

    Roy came into use in the late nineteenth... Read More 

  • Dennis

    Although it has come to sound Irish, Dennis is one of the most widely-used French names (St. Denis is the patron saint of France)... Read More 

  • Julien

    Julien is the form you use in France, but in the US, it will probably just confuse things.Read More 

  • Curtis

    Curtis is an attractive if somewhat dated surname name that has been borne by several significant musicians and athletes--think Curtis Mayfield, Curtis James Jackson III--aka 50 Cent, and also... Read More 

  • Quincy

    Quirky in the way that all Q names are quirky, Quincy was once a buttoned-up, patrician New England name, an image countered in recent years by the talented and ultracool musician Quincy Jones... Read More 

  • Denver

    Before there was Aspen, Denver was the Colorado city name of choice, and it reentered the US Top 1000 in 2015 after a 14 year absence as a stylish two-syllable Read More 

  • Nathanael

    Nathaniel is a wonderful classic name and Nathanael, which may be an ancient Greek or Hebrew form, is appealing and has gravitas but may prove needlessly confusing in the modern world.Read More 

  • Marcel

    Marcel, despite distinguished namesakes including Proust and Duchamp, suffers from a terminal headwaiter image in this country. But along with its sister name Marcella and French variation (and... Read More 

  • Talon

    Despite its somewhat menacing meaning, this name has been widely used in recent years, probably due to the appeal of its trendy on ending. Read More 

  • Terrance

    Variation of Terence.Read More