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Oberon

This serious-sounding guy name is lent a softness thanks to its link to the king of the fairies in the Shakespeare play "A Midsummer Night's Dream." (Actually, the name was first used in a 12-century French chanson de geste as the name of a fairy dwarf.) This one's for adventurous name-givers, and it makes a strong, interesting alternative to more popular O-names, Orlando and Owen.

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  • Noble, bear
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