Anonymous asked in Pregnancy & ParentingBaby Names · 1 decade ago

Middle names for John (non-Biblical)?

8 Answers

  • 1 decade ago
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    Let's se... non-Biblical... [cracks knuckles]

    Hector, Henry, Trevor, Kenneth, Kevin, Dustin, Justin, Ryan, Brian, William, Curtis, Roderick, Frederick, Richard, Dominick, Keith, Leonard, Wilbur, Francis, Louis/Lewis, Ferdinand, Ralph, Alphonse, Victor, Vincent, Horace, Albert, Allen/Alan, Charles, Jerome, Gerald, Patrick, Maurice/Morris, Walter, Travis, Robert, Albert, Gilbert, Oliver, Oscar, Otto, Ulysses, Trent, Terrence, Edward, Edmond, Edwin, Edgar, Calvin, Martin, Marvin, Melvin, George, Gregory, Jordan, Gordon, Geoffrey/Jeffrey, Anthony, Herbert, Franklin, Earl, Bradley, Stanley, Harley, Homer, Tyler, Alexander, Cameron, Maxwell, Maximilian, Christopher, Scott, Jason, Spencer, Todd, Russell, Howard, Austin, Vernon, Ernest, Sterling, Lawrence, Donald, Ronald, Reginald, Roland, Brandon, Lester, Chester, Theodore, Quincy, Quinton, Cornelius, Cody, Sebastian, Lyle, Kyle, Harold, Douglas, Marshall, Blake, Bruce, Norman, Randall, Alfred, Gustav, Serge, Winston, Drake, ...

    There's some I could cook up with.

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  • 1 decade ago

    John Alexander

    John Ryan

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  • 1 decade ago

    Ah, how refreshing to hear John on a boy of today's generation. It's simple, strong and definitely recognizable. Nice pick. ;]

    John Alexander.

    John Thomas.

    John Henry.

    John Lucas.

    John Avery.

    John Owen.

    John Wesley.

    John Everett.

    John Andrew.

    John William.

    John Aaron.

    John Taylor.

    John Michael.

    John Christopher.

    John Ryan.

    John Mitchell.

    Good luck!


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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    John Wayne

    John Lennon

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  • 1 decade ago

    I love John!

    Middle names for John:

    Leonard meaning brave as a lion - John Leonard

    Edward meaning wealthy guradian - John Edward

    Oliver meaning olives; elf ruler - John Oliver

    Dylan meaning son of the sea - John Dylan

    Hope this helped x

    Source(s): That first answer sucks. I'll probably be given the thumbs down for this but I don't care at all. John is a lovely name.
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  • John....






    Johnathon (instead of John)

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    John thisnameiscommonandugly

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  • 1 decade ago

    john eric

    john samuels

    john dustin

    john trever

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