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Jeff is a masculine name, often a short form (hypocorism) of the English given name Jefferson or Jeffrey, which comes from a medieval variant of Geoffrey.

Gus is a masculine name, often a diminutive for Angus, August, Augustine, or Augustus, and other names.

Rick is a masculine given name, often a short form (hypocorism) of Richard, Derek, Frederick or Patrick. It may refer to:

Monty is a masculine given name, often a short form of Montgomery, Montague and other similar names. It is also a surname.

Freeman as a surname may refer to:

Benny or Bennie is a given name or a shortened version of the given name Benjamin or, less commonly, Benedict, Bennett, Benito, Benson, Bernice, Ebenezer or Bernard.

Big Al may refer to:

Bobby or Bobbie is both a masculine and a feminine hypocorism, given name and occasional nickname. It is usually a variant of Robert (male) or Roberta (female). It can also be short for the male name Roberto. The female version is also sometimes spelled "Bobbi" or "Bobi".

Ray is a masculine given name and short form (hypocorism) of Raymond, and may refer to:

André — sometimes transliterated as Andre — is the French and Portuguese form of the name Andrew and is now also used in the English-speaking world. It used in France, Quebec, Canada and other French-speaking countries, as well in Portugal, Brazil and other Portuguese-speaking countries. It is a variation of the Greek name Andreas, a short form of any of various compound names derived from andr- 'man, warrior'.

Freddy is a diminutive used by both men and women whose names contain the Germanic element -fred, notable examples of such being Frederick, Frederica, and Alfred. In rare cases, it may be used a diminutive of any name containing -fred, regardless of origin, as with Freddy Adu and Freddie Benson, both Ghanaians named Fredua.

Nat is a given name, nickname and surname.

Hank is a male given name. It may have been inspired by the Dutch name Henk, itself a short form of Hendrik and thus related to Henry & Harvey.

Gil is a masculine given name, often a diminutive form (hypocorism) of Gilbert. Another version of this name is Gill. It may refer to:

Duke or The Duke is a nickname of:

Ike is a mostly masculine given name and nickname, often short for English names Isaac, Isaiah, Michael and Isidore. It may refer to:

Max is a given name. In the masculine, it is often short for Maximilian, Maxim, Maxwell, Maxfield, or Maximus in English; Maximos in Greek; or Maxime or Maxence in French. In the feminine it usually stands for Maxine. On either side the name Max is popular. In the United States it has been a constant presence on popularity charts since the government began tracking naming trends in 1880. Almost all Max names derive from the Latin Maximus, in circulation since the Classical Era and used in Ancient Rome as a cognomen. This was the third name in the three-part system known as the tria nomina. The cognomen began as a nickname and would have been given to men of the patrician class who demonstrated traits of greatness. The name Maximus was introduced to the Celtic Britons during the 1st century Roman occupation. Maximus the Confessor was a 7th-century monk and theologian from Constantinople. Μost of the Max names celebrate their name day on 21 January according to the Greek Orthodox Church.

Cy is a masculine given name, often a short form (hypocorism) of Cyril, Cyrus or Seymour, and a nickname. It may refer to:

The nickname Al is often short for Alfred, Albert, Alphonse, Alphons, Allen, Allan, Alan, Alyson, Alysson, Allyson, Alistair, Alister, Alex, Alexander, Alvin, Alyssa, Alisha, Aldrin, Alden, Aldo, Aldwin, Ali, Alwin or Aloysius. People named Al include: