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    Brooks or Brooke for Brock

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    I think both Brooke and Brooks work!

    Brax is a variation of Brock?

    Brody or Beck might be some other options
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    I think Brooke and Brooks (love) would both work!

    I know a Brock who’s full name is Brockton.
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    I think either Brooke or Brooks could honor a Brock-- I looked up the origin and brook is one of original meanings as is badger (so maybe Badger as a nn?). You've got some other suggestions above that are good too. A few more: Rock, Brooklyn, Rook, Lock, Orbie.

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    I think they both work, you could also use something like Rocco/Rockwell, or the person's initials.
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