30 Presidential Nicknames, Explained

30 Presidential Nicknames—Explained!

30 Presidential Nicknames, Explained

30 Presidential Nicknames—Explained!

30 Presidential Nicknames, Explained | Mental Floss

30 Presidential Nicknames—Explained!

From Old Granny to Uncle Jumbo, His Accidency to Grandfather's Hat.

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Fun facts and trivia about the US Presidents and First Ladies. Learn about the presidents pets, nicknames and historical importance.

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Abraham Lincoln is regarded as one of America's greatest heroes due to both his incredible impact on the nation and his unique appeal.

Very Pretty Unique name for a girl Future thought. I would spell it differently Lynndin Catherine after Mom and Grandma

Finding Cool and Unusual Names for Baby Boys and Girls a lengthier name may serve well, as lengthier names can readily be shortened to cute nicknames. Though there may be temptation to mention a young doggy Chanel or Gucci, these sorts …

The Great Engineer, the Gipper, Old Hickory ... match the president to his nickname!

The Great Engineer, the Gipper, Old Hickory . match the president to his nickname!

John Van Buren, son of Martin Van Buren, became a prominent politician, but he spent some time as a controversial presidential child. John loved to party, and managed to work himself into some impressive social circles. He gained the nickname "Prince John" after he danced with Queen Victoria in 1838. John was a notorious drunk, and often had to be carried from the horse races. He was also rumored to be a heavy gambler, and may have lost his own mistresses during a card game.

John Van Buren, son of Martin Van Buren, became a prominent politician, but he spent some time as a controversial presidential child. John loved to party, and managed to work himself into some impressive social circles. He gained the nickname "Prince John" after he danced with Queen Victoria in 1838. John was a notorious drunk, and often had to be carried from the horse races. He was also rumored to be a heavy gambler, and may have lost his own mistresses during a card game.

President James K. Polk and First Lady Sarah Childress Polk. They were the first First Family to be photographed while in office.  In office 1845-1849.  He died of cholera just three months after leaving office.

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James Knox Polk North carolina and his wife, Sarah Childress Polk President of the United States.

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This is how Obama will go down in history.

15 Colorful Entries From Mrs. Byrne's Dictionary of Unusual, Obscure, and Preposterous Words

15 Entries From Mrs. Byrne's Dictionary of Unusual Words

By Pritha Sarkar  RIO DE JANEIRO (Reuters) - Bullies are ruining U.S. gymnast Gabby Douglas's Olympic adventure by attacking her appearance, accusing her of being unpatriotic, and by mocking her with a mean-spirited nickname, "Crabby Gabby", on social media, her mother told Reuters.  The

Gymnastics: Bullies are tormenting Douglas, says mother

"POOREST PRESIDENT" DONATES 90% OF HIS SALARY. How's this as a man of the people: the president of Uruguay, José Mujica, has earned a nickname, "el presidente mas pobre" (translation: "poorest president").The 77-year-old recently admitted he donates almost all his presidential salary, making him the poorest, or, as Univision pointed out, most generous president, in the world.

‘Poorest president’ donates 90% of his salary

‘Poorest president’ donates of his salary

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