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--Connel MacKenzie 09:26, 7 February 2008 (UTC)
- Really belongs on RFD as the word is used for Hugh Heffner and is thus verified. But personal nicknames don't belong in a dictionary. I don't recall us allowing any but this one certainly falls short of widespread usage.--Dmol 10:19, 7 February 2008 (UTC)
- Why not? A lot of famous people are known by their last names only, for instance the U.S. presidents. I can't tell people to use real names and not nicknames, but anyways that's not the job of a lexicographer. DAVilla 07:35, 9 February 2008 (UTC)
- Well Jacko recently had the Michael Jackson sense removed as per RFD. While Hef is well known, I'm not sure notablility has anything to do with it. Hef only names a person, it is not part of a wider attribute such as would be the case for something like Texecutioner which would identify Bush but also mean his liking for capital punishment. I don't want a hard and fast rule against nicknames, but they should mean something other than just a person's name.--Dmol 17:35, 10 February 2008 (UTC)