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Thread: Hugh

  1. #1
    Join Date
    Dec 2008


    Today's list reminded me that I've had my eye on Hugh for awhile. But it feels like more of a nickname to me. Beyond Hugo, what other names might use Hugh as a nn? Or does it feel like it can stand on its own to you?
    :: o l i v e ::

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Jan 2009

    Re: Hugh

    It says that Howell is a variation of Hugh, but Howell's pretty lupine to me! Even though it's a really short name, I really like Hugh. For me, it has a manly, sophisticated feel. I actually know a William Hugh, and always liked his middle name! :-) Personally, while I do think Hugh can stand alone, I'd use it as a middle name. Its sound is just so short, you know?

  3. #3
    Join Date
    Jan 2009

    Re: Hugh

    I have to be honest, I like Hugo much better. Hugh is a whisp of a sigh-- in fact, it's the exact sound I make when I climb off the elliptical machine. :o

  4. #4
    Join Date
    Mar 2009

    Re: Hugh

    Okay I am going to stick up for Hugh! I have never considered it but I think that is because I just didn't come across it... but now that you mention it, I am liking Hugh! It is strong, classic, worldly, uncommon today, and really just plain HANDSOME!
    Proud mama to Lucia Marie (3) and Halle Regina born July 12th!

  5. #5
    Join Date
    Jul 2015
    I think that Hugh is very nice, and can stand alone, however I like the longer names Henry, Howell, and Harrison as well. I think with it's length, Hugh would make sense both as a first, middle, or nickname. It's really up to you!
    Calliope "Clio" ~ Anneliese ~ Geneva "Neve" ~ Eleanora "Lory" ~ Agatha/Agnes ~ Evelina

    Bennett/Benton ~ Theodore ~ Gabriel ~ Asher/Ashton

    Middle/ honor names: Emily, Emilia, July, June, Faye, Hazel
    Paul, Otto, Henry, Finley
    Guilty pleasures: Crimson, Holland, Rory, Kalani, Sunniva, Antoinette, Persephone

    Thinking about.....Amelia, Gianina, Rosa, Philippa

    G.P: Luna Hazel, Philippa Gianina, Svea Eleanora

  6. #6
    Join Date
    Jul 2013
    I love Hugh! Love its meaning and H names always sound handsome to me! Makes me think of a strong sports mad teen maturinging into a successful ambitious adult...though I think it fits in any walk of life. I have heard some people find it a little pretentious or perhaps hard to say but I still think it's great!

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