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Charles (I thought he told me his name was Chuck) has kept me up to speed on the forums progress. It looks like you guys have done a great job. Us older members will appreciate the larger font. Any forum that has a tractor as nice as that 446 on it's home page has got to be one classy outfit...Thanks for all the hard work! Gregg (Nutcase446)

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Chas is a short form for Charles. :thumbsup:


is a beautiful male first name with Old German roots. It has a positive meaning: "free man". It came from Karl, familiar to Old English "churl", which means "man, serf". It is a saint's name. Charles and its variants are favoured by the royal persons of many countries. Charlie and Charly are used for girls sometimes.

Charles has more than 29 variant forms: Cale, Carel, Carl, Carlo, Carlos, Carrol, Carroll, Cary, Caryl, Chad, Charleson, Charley, Charlie, Charlot, Charls, Charlton, Charly, Chas, Chaz, Chick, Chip, Chuck, Curley, Karel, Karl, Karol, Karolek, Karolik and Karoly.

There is also a baby name close to Charles: Charleston.


is a nice boy's name of Old German origin. It has a bright meaning "free man". It is a pet form of Charles and its short form Chas.

Chaz has only 2 forms: Chas and Chazz.

Short baby names are also very popular: Chase and Chace.

Actor Chazz Palminteri was not called Charles at birth.
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