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  1. #6
    Join Date
    Mar 2012
    I loathe it, sorry. I think I'm the only person I've seen with strongly anti-Peter sentiment though so I think it's a workable name IRL.

    I've known guys who answered to Pete who were nice enough guys. It's just not a name I'd ever use. It seems both strongly not my background (so it would be odd for me to have one) and a bland sort of tofu cube of a name. The guys I've known who went by non-NNed Peter were also bland white tofu cubes.

  2. #8
    Join Date
    Nov 2013


    is impeccable in his credentials, always and for all time.

  3. #10
    Join Date
    May 2013
    I love it! I've liked everyone I ever knew named Peter, and more (Peter Falk, St. Peter, et cetera). It's a wonderful, handsome, and likable name. My only concern with it is how it could get lost in the crowd. But I still love it : )
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    Marguerite Ophélie Elisabet Valentina Catherine Xochitl Aliénor Francesca
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    Lavender Felicitas Miuccia Immaculée Alceo Willem Balthasar Jannes

  4. #12
    Join Date
    Feb 2013
    North Carolina
    My brother is a Peter Thomas. It's a good name on a young boy and on a grown man.

  5. #14
    Join Date
    Dec 2012
    Adelaide Australia
    A great name, classic but rarer than James, William or Michael. I'd love to meet a little boy with this international, timeless name.
    Thrilled to be mother to @gnes Ei1ish Madeline and Fe1icity Bridget Be@trice

    If we'd had boys the list was: Godfrey, Seamus, Alexander, Michael, Felix, Peter, Ignatius & Sebastian.

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