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Baby boy name you love but fear is overused? Here are some possible substitutes.

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  • Mack

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    Mack, when "formalized" with the final k, makes an engagingly amiable choice, a far more uncommon option to the ubiquitous Max and Jack, with a nice, every-guy feel. Mack entered the popularity... Read More 

  • Ned

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    Ned is a gently old-fashioned Nancy Drew-Bobbsey Twins-era short form for Edward that sounds cooler than Ed and is enjoying a small style renaissance.

    Usage of Ned in literature goes... Read More 

  • Pete

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    Sixties-style short form that sounds cool again -- though the unscrupulous Pete on "Mad Men" is not a character to emulate.Read More 

  • Seb

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    This name, more recognized as a short form of Sebastian, is perfectly usable a cool full name, and, in fact, ranks on the UK popularity list. Seb is getting lot of attention as the nickname name... Read More 

  • Tom

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    Just like Sam and Ben, Tom could be revived as a simple, well liked name on its own. Read More 

  • Walt

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    A straightforward, down-to-earth nickname many Walters, from Whitman to Disney, have chosen to go by. Read More 

  • Will

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    Will has definitely replaced Bill, not only as a nickname for William but as a stand-alone name as well, partly thanks to England's Prince William, also known as Wills.

    Will has a nice... Read More 

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