A to Z Unique Nicknames for Boyfriends

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Now it’s easy to choose a cute and unique nickname for your boyfriend and surprise him in private meetings. You can also select a basic name to call him in public. Most of the corny guys hate being called by ordinary nicknames like, honey, handsome, smart etc. A lot of women do the "Oh, sweetie" when they feel pity for another person. It is similar to "bless your heart.” I don't call people random nicknames unless I know them. My personal peeves are girls calling their boyfriends with insulting nicknames. Why would they use such derogatory terms in such a way? Definitely you would be hurt if a girl called you that.

What about Mr.? Do you consider that demeaning? Few girls say Mr. or sir to their guys on a first name basis with and some of those that they are regardless of age. I usually take corrections on a case by case basis, but it is safe to assume that the names like "honey" and "sweetie" aren't used to show contempt. When someone asks me to call them something else, I do. Some guys don't like it because it makes them feel old. It’s also a term that is used universally to refer to someone else.

It’s more living in the south. Some people take it the wrong way, some don't. Some people, especially where I live, can take being polite as subtle rudeness. I am finding that being offended is often useless. But what do I do when someone addresses me like that with obvious and grating undertones of disrespect? This is followed by that person ending the conversation with grandiose hand fluttering and a loud stomping of modestly high pumps.

Unique Nicknames for him!


A
App
Anchor
Ancient
Avocet
Alpha
Aurora
Arks
Arctic
Arrowroot
Agnus
Alfa
Aero
Aye              
Ace
Agent X
Acute
Acid
Antelope
Ache
Apple
Alice

B
Bolt
Be9
Buffo
Bazooka
Bola
Bonanza
Bloom
Brown
Bubble
Bemi9
Bluffer
Blanket

C
Cumin
Cmin9
Creed
Crow
Cloze
Clare
Cactus
Catchy
Corn
Cake

D
Dorky
Dado
Din
Dino
Dropper
Dangerous
Dragger
Denzel
Dodo
Diver
Duffer
Delia
Dena
Deco
Decent
Daisy
Dismiss


E
Ego
Ergot
Echo
Easy
Enoch
Elegant
Eisner
Einstein
Ente3
Easier
Eloper
Eric
Epic

F
Fishy
Freaky
Fan
Fabulous
Factor
Fancy
Floater
Fizzy
Flown
Fatter
Fata
Fanta
Fiber
Flex
Fizzy
Fokker
Flop
Fi9

G
Gray
Golden
Globe
Glamour
Glazy
Galaxy
Grapy
Gardener
Gossiper
Glazy
Gut
Gear
Giga
Gangster
Gov
Guava

H
Heater
Hoer
Helicopter
Hell0
Honey
Hines
Highness
Higher
Hope3
Hazel
Henry
Hooter
Hollywood

I
Idiot
Icon
Ionic
Icy
Irish
Innocent
Inner
Intelligent
Interior
Inky

J
Joker
Joy
Japanese
Jack
Jono
Juju

K
Kinetic
Kite
Keeper
K-crazy
Kelp
Kroger
Kaka
Kuku
Kino
Kara

L
Limo
Lanky
Linear
Lord
Loafer
Lazy
Lovely
Lad
Love9
Leader
Lilly
Little
Lego

M
Meme
Master
Mine
Monster
Magician
Magnet
Muffler
Mum
Mica
Major
Motorola
Malta
Moldy

N
Ni9
Nosy
Naughty
Nigga
Nova
Nick
Ned
Nice

O
Opium
Oxy
OK
Oozy
Olga
Officer
Owl
Odem
Olla

P
Peanut
Pasta
Pearl
Pager
Prince
Panzer
Peps
Polka

Q
Ouri
Quad
Quota
Quiver
Queer

U
Uri
Usex9
Ump
Uneasy

R
Roar
Rear
Rare
Racer
Reed
Rock
Ready
Rotten
Rose
Rox
Raja
Roxy
Reale9
Rider

S
Salty
Sepia
Snaky
Sleepy
Shinny
Shepherd
Showman
Swee7
Sober
Smoky
Shark
Super1
Sad3
Soda
Saco
Snorer
Staler
Stile
Sup era
Stony
Saxony
Saga
Sao

T
Trainer
Tuna
Teaser
Tar
Tran
Tarz9
Tweet
Tester
Traile3
Tees
Token
Troupe
Tata
Tofu
Teal
Teeny
Tuco

V
Violet
Viler
Viper
Venus
Vinyl
Vapor
Venezuela
Vanilla
Vosper
Vass
Vender

W
Wax
Wad
Wean
Wagg
Wart
Wallet9
Waka
Wolf

X
Xerox
Xian
X-man

Y
Yarrow
Yeller
Yorker
Yolo
Yon
Yes

Z
Zealous
Zed
Zen
Zero
Zigzag
Zipper

Yeah, intent definitely matters to me when someone calls me something. If it's meant to be malicious or condescending, you can hear it in their voice, tone, and body language. Of course, that's much harder to do in text - and we'll often project our own bias onto our perception of emotion in text. That being said, if I detect no malicious or condescending intent, then I let it slide or I'll end my next sentence to them with a weird "term of endearment" as well to kind of prove the point.
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