Middle Names for Boys?

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The current trend for popular middle names for boys is leaning towards more traditional names. They are often paired with a unique first name the name of a family member. According to the Social Security Administration, James ranked number 8 in 2009. James was commonly paired with unique names by celebrities such as Augustin James and Kingston James. The name Joseph ranked number 16. Other popular middle names for boys includes Thomas, Edward, and Lee.
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