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Examples boys names, 322 pcs:

Vortex
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Inferno
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Bad Boy
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Dangle
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Fallen
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Accidental Genius
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Bimbo
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Boredomkiller
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Clever
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Closty
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Con
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Darth Vader
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Daybreak
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Enoughdrinker
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Exor
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Fanta-Claus
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Fiskal
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Goldfinger
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HYGO
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Laurence
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Shadowchaser
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thirsty
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Wereless
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AdnTallic
Akendo
Angryboys
Ant
Arun
Askalonium
ASUR
Athletic AttackS
Bambino bass
Batman Baublitz
Beerzan Bello
Bemiller Bendigo
big amigo Blackbeard
Blingo BO
Bullwinkle Bundley
Bursaspor Butch Cassidy
Bykan C-Brown
Cabbie Caesar
Captain Redbeard Cello
Centorix checker
Chow Cloudinho
Coldwin Colomb
Cool-Bro Coopedon
Corto Couchman
Covington Crafty
Creezby Crusher
Daffy Daredevil
Davito Deloise
Denzo Devil-Pro
Dinesh Dingo
DIRABO Disagree
Dobryi_policmen Dopp
Dostyx
Dracula
Drakellius
Drelioz
Dropsy
Drunky
Egozee
emulous
Erich
Eventsforegetting
Evil-Cool EXmodul
Ezration faddy
Fairelon FastJack
Felix Fellow
Fido Finch
Flobbery Folbort
Fooboy Fool
Frank Frankenstein
Frenzo Friendo
Frio Frogbreeder
Fuleez Gabuterimon
Genzo Getwhatyoudeserve
GodBoy Gordo
Great-Loop Gred
Grinch Grolex
Grom Guapo
Gumby HAL
Han Solo Hannibal
Hedgehog Hezard
hidden Hildegarde
Hog Butcher Iafet
Ignition Ilopard
Ilse Indiana
Indigo Invisibleink
Iphorza JarAxe
JayMayDay Jetson
Jhindo Jindosh
Joette Jokers_ Grin
Jolopan joselite
Jungle Man Justking
Kaladin Kazemon
keen Kentaro
Kilopod Klentor
Knell Kole
Kooper kosar
Kruma Laserot
Leandr legalist
Limur Lincoln
Lockerby Lopetin
loser prince Lover
Lust M!StER
MachoMen Mad Jack
Mad Max Mafelor
Magrest Malief
Manyman Martian
Maxi-Lord Meato
MegaKrusty Meolit
Michał Midas
Minchik Minkzy
Minto Miotaz
Miracle Misteor
Mobileannoyer Monto
Moonsalt Moses
motor4ik Mounster
Mr. Evil Mr. Magoo
Muluzan Murdadin
Nagazir Neato
Neo Neriar
Nessie Netpilot
Nightcall Nyle
Nypaver Oklick
Omfalior Opleuh
Overrun Paco
Panther Pazu
Peladon Pepito
Pillowbedbug Piorkowski
Pipo Pleaser
Pluff Pocket
Polorot Porky
Privat-boy Problemsmaker
Projectdestroyer Psycho
PU Punzo
Qudesar Quickresponder
Quizzical Ratito
Reconer red_Devil
Reftoim Renemon
Rich Ringo
Robin Hood Robyrod
Rocky Rod
Ruler Runez
Scarecrow scout
Selfmadeguy Sherlock
Shoescorpion Silentdrinker
Simonne Slon
Sly Snape
Sneako Sohara
Sordo Sourdough
Space Ghost Spaghetti-O
Spidereater Stelitor
Stillwayne StoneBoy
Streako Subtle
Sufficientanswer Sundance Kid
Sylvester Tarantino
TEHOGI Tempter
Teramort Terminator
The Shark Thunder
Tin Man Toronto
Toughresponder Traci
Troublesgrinder TRYHEGAT
TUPYTUP Twitch
Tyko Underdog
Urast Utalod
V-Mort Varrun
Viretor Wainio
warden Watson
Wayout Websewer
White X-ray
Xadior xRay
ZeroCloD Zito
Zlopofem Zodiac
Zorro Zugee
Octopus
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ROYW
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Cumbag
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Hectorilo
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Helper
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snitch
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X_Maxim_X
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Zero
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How to pick a good username for boy

Use your real name

Ten years ago handles were all the rage. Kind of the same way boy bands were. Thankfully, we’ve all since matured. In today’s world of the “personal brand”, more and more businesses are starting to lose the monikers and have begun using their real names to kick start that community. If you don’t already have an established moniker in play (ala Graywolf, Shoemoney, et al), then I’d recommend the idea of simply sticking with your name. It helps you build up your personal authority, you secure your personal search space, and I think it does a lot to build trust. It’s common knowledge that only shady people (like Sugarrae) hide behind monikers. Real people aren’t afraid to tie their Web actions to their person. If I was Eric Schmidt, this is the route I would have taken. [@EricSchmidt looks to be suspended on Twitter (probably because someone was impersonating him). I would have contacted Twitter in order to grab it. I’m pretty sure if Google’s CEO called to claim his name, Twitter would have bent over. Again.]

Use your profession

Remember how I just said above that monikers are pass? and that real names are where it’s at? Yeah, well that’s not always the case. If you need a great real life example of this – look at @chiropractic. I think he’s done an awesome job building a strong personal brand around an industry-specific username. Everyone who speaks with Michael on Twitter immediately knows his area of expertise and what he does for a living. There’s power in instantly branding yourself with what you do because it makes you THE go-to person for that topic. If you’re not comfortable using your name, look for a memorable way to tell people who you are through what you do. Why not start with a band name generator and go from there? ;)

Be creative

If you have a particularly common name, you’ve probably already been screwed out of using your legal name as your username. It’s gone. Sucks to be late, doesn’t it? Not really, it just means you have to get creative. For example, when WordPress hottie Chris Pearson went looking for a domain to house his hot celebrity rant videos, he discovered his actual name was taken. Foiled, he decided to get creative and ended up spurring the moniker pearsonified. It’s brandable, it’s memorable and it was a completely new term that he can now rank for and do virtually anything with. Domain and username win all around.

Don’t be too creative

If you’re not sure where “quirky and funny” meets “faddish and offensive” consider asking for help. If you’re the type of person who would name your child Apple or Sunday Spring, you shouldn’t be selecting your own username.

Avoid throwaway numbers

You know what the problem is with using @eschmidt0 as your username? It doesn’t distinguish you from anyone else using that same lame system. You don’t stand out from @eschmidt1, @eschmidt5, @eschmidt7 or, if we’re getting really crazy, even @mschmidt91. Using a generic name with a number makes you generic and forgettable. Tagging numbers to the end of your username also tends to make you look like a spammer. Or, if you’re not a spammer, then you were probably one of the few people really saddened when Geocities recently went away. Either way, no one wants to associate with you. Stay away from the random numbers. Letters are where its at.

robotLook like a person

Make no mistake: Your community will be affected by the username you select. Even if the goal of your company is to legitimately help people make money online, do not use MakeMoneyOnline as your branded username. Why? Because people are going to assume you’re a spammer. We’ve all been burned and harassed by people promising to make us $300 a day on the Internet. If I see that account friend or start following me, I’m going to immediately block it. It’s the equivalent of driving by a little kid’s birthday party in a windowless van. You’re gonna make people uneasy. The name you select should help you solidify your role as a real, living and breathing person. It should tell people what you do and calm them of your intentions.

Make sure it’s available. Everywhere

Whatever username you choose, you’re going to want to keep it consistent through the various social media channels. That means NOT selecting a username that you won’t be able to secure everywhere. Before you make that final naming decision, use knowem.com to make sure you can claim it everywhere. While you’re there, may also want to outsource the task of doing the actual claiming to them. You have better things to do. They really don’t.

Your username is your identity on the Web. Choose it wisely. People may have winced when they heard Eric Schmidt’s username choice, however, your audience won’t wince. They’ll just ignored or block you. Friends don’t let friends pick bad usernames.

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