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    Default Firstnames most representative of each type.

    State a type, the name that most represents that type and your argument for it.

    I'll start it off with my own type. (funnily enough, also my firstname)

    ENTP: Jack
    Frequently used by 'trickster' characters in folklore and fiction who use ingenuity to solve the problem. These characters usually fit the ENTP mold. Examples include Captain Jack Sparrow, Jack Napier a.k.a The Joker (Batman), Jack the Giant Killer. Through Hebrew links (rather than the English pet name for John), Jack can be seen as a shortening of Yaacov or Jacob, the Hebrew for 'supplanter' and a good Biblical example of ENTP. The Italian shortening of this name is Iago, the 'trickster' in Shakespeare's Othello.

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    I feel like Todd would have to be an SF name. I just can't see it any other way. hahaha
    I also think Stuart has to be an F name. Such a "soft" name...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Babylon Candle View Post
    I feel like Todd would have to be an SF name. I just can't see it any other way. hahaha
    I also think Stuart has to be an F name. Such a "soft" name...
    I've always associated Stuart with Stuart Minkus from Boy Meets World...who seems to be an NT, lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by edchidna1000 View Post
    ENTP: Jack
    Frequently used by 'trickster' characters in folklore and fiction who use ingenuity to solve the problem. These characters usually fit the ENTP mold. Examples include Captain Jack Sparrow, Jack Napier a.k.a The Joker (Batman), Jack the Giant Killer. Through Hebrew links (rather than the English pet name for John), Jack can be seen as a shortening of Yaacov or Jacob, the Hebrew for 'supplanter' and a good Biblical example of ENTP. The Italian shortening of this name is Iago, the 'trickster' in Shakespeare's Othello.
    This is good! Great examples. Funny. My ex is an ENTP and his name is JACK!

    INFP: James/Jim/Jimmy

    James Taylor (singer/composer) , James "Jimmy" Carter (U.S. President) James Herriot (author of All Creatures Great and Small), James Wood (actor), William James (psychologist), Jimmy Stewart (actor), Jim Morrison (the Doors), Jim (character from the Office)

    Nothing real interesting about origin of the name other than the fact that two apostles in the New Testiment named James. One thought to be brother of Jesus. Maybe that's why some think of INFPs as being as close to Jesus Christ as humanly possible

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    ESTP = Alexander

    http://alexander.urbanup.com/4620646

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    Alexander (581 up, 62 down )
    buy alexander mugs, tshirts and magnetsUsually a very very very goodlooking straight gentleman that has great taste in women. He has a crazy side to him but only shows it infront of true friends. Has great style, is hilarious, amazing, caring, sweet and will make you smile. You will always have a good time with an Alexander, so if you got a friend named Alexander count yourself one of the luckiest people in the world!

    "Why you smiling like that?
    I hung out with Alexander
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    hilarious, amazing, goodlooking, caring, great
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    BIG 5 -> Extroversion 77% ; Accommodation 60% ; Orderliness 62% ; Emotional Stability 64% ; Open Mindedness 74%

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    ISFP = Sunny, Daisy, Melody, Summer
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    Jack isn't an ENTP name. It's an SP name, definitely. Tradesperson or action hero.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Onceajoan View Post
    This is good! Great examples. Funny. My ex is an ENTP and his name is JACK!

    INFP: James/Jim/Jimmy

    James Taylor (singer/composer) , James "Jimmy" Carter (U.S. President) James Herriot (author of All Creatures Great and Small), James Wood (actor), William James (psychologist), Jimmy Stewart (actor), Jim Morrison (the Doors), Jim (character from the Office)

    Nothing real interesting about origin of the name other than the fact that two apostles in the New Testiment named James. One thought to be brother of Jesus. Maybe that's why some think of INFPs as being as close to Jesus Christ as humanly possible
    The last James I tested happened to be INFP
    Isn't Jesus thought to have been INFJ himself?

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    Any way you can be more specific with your classification of Jack as some kind of SP?

    I can see arguments for classing Jack as ESTP, but none of the other SP types. The term 'Jack of all Trades' comes to mind, which fits both ExTP types.

    Can you give any examples of action heroes called Jack, other than Jack Bauer?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Babylon Candle View Post
    I feel like Todd would have to be an SF name. I just can't see it any other way. hahaha
    I know a Todd who is ISFJ!

    To me:
    Mary, Katie, Susan, Shannon, Brianna, Jaclyn = SF

    Vanessa, Kylie = EN

    Victoria = ESTJ

    Esther = ISFJ

    Madison, MacKenzie, Jessica, Ashley, Tiffany = ESF

    Jacob, Ryan, Seth = N

    Aubrey, Laurel, Rachel, Corinne, Melissa = INF

    Emily = INFP

    Alexia, Britney/Brittany, Destiny = ESFP

    Kirstyn, Nissa, Zara = INFJ

    Zoe = ENFP
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