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  1. #1
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    Which name for nn Mack?

    What do you think of these names? Which do you think goes best with my signature? Do you have any more suggestions?

    Cormack
    Malcolm
    Merrick
    Mordecai
    Malachi

    I like the sound and style of Malcom the best, but I'm not a big fan of the meaning. I really like Cormack but it's a bit hard for me to say. Merrick is a new find and I'm not sure how I feel about it yet. Mordecai and Malachi are my least favorites.

    I am open to creative suggestions as well, as you can see from my signature lol.

    TIA!

    Edit~
    I'm glad Merrick is getting some positive reviews, but does he fit with my sig?
    Maverick nn was my original favorite, but again is it too different from my sig?
    I thought of Issac nn Mack last night, I know it's a bit of a stretch but Issac- Zack- Mack makes sense to me (and I 100% cant use Zack)
    Last edited by thenameprincess; August 7th, 2019 at 12:02 PM.
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    With the names in your sig, I would veer towards Malachi or Malcolm, depending on which direction you'd like to take (one more grandiose, one more practical and grounded).

    Maybe something of the Max-family could work
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    I like Malcolm and Malachi a lot!
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    I really dislike Mordecai, it sounds like a villain name to me. Malachi is nice, but it doesn't seem quite your style and I think Mack is a bit of a stretch. Malcolm shares a similar style to your other favorites, but it feels kind of heavy for a child.

    Cormack is my favorite of your options, though I really do prefer Cormac. I also like the idea of Merrick. I recently met a little boy named Merrick and I think it worked well on him. Also seconding pp's suggestion of Maverick - Mack seems like a natural nickname there and I do have a soft spot for Maverick.

    Other suggestions:
    Macallister
    Macgee
    McCormack

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    I had Maverick nn Mack on my list a while ago but I wasnt sure if it fit in with my other names, that's what started the search or another name for Mack.

    I like Cormac a lot but it's just so hard for me to say, and there is no point in naming a baby something I would never call them.

    Merrick I am warming up to and would love to hear more thoughts on it.

    I think Malcolm is my favorite so far but I would feel weird using a name with a religious meaning for a religion I am not a part of.

    Thanks for your thoughts so far! Any more ideas???
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    Malcolm! It's not a bad meaning so I wouldn't worry about that.
    Cormack is my next favourite but you want a name that is easy for you to say
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    My favourite on your list is Merrick. It is strong and handsome, unique but recognizable, so a winner for me. I also think MacKinley would be a nice choice if you’re looking for additional options.

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    "Follower of Saint Coloumbia" isn't a bad meaning, but it's a religious meaning and I'm not Catholic so I would prefer to find something else.


    Does Issac nn Mac, I like Issac and the meaning "laughter" a lot but cant use Zack as a nn.
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    I love the name Merrick and I think Mack is a cute nickname for it!

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    I'm glad Merrick is getting some love. How do you see the name? Is it kind of old fashioned? Modern? I've never seen it before so I'm not sure what people associate it with.
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