US Presidential Nicknames (Complete)

Can you identify the 45 U.S. Presidents from their nicknames? All were in current usage during their time in office or shortly after.
Answers must correspond to yellow box
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Last updated: March 27, 2021
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Honest Abe
Abraham Lincoln
George W. Bush
Father of His Country
George Washington
Dwight D. Eisenhower
Old Hickory
Andrew Jackson
Young Hickory
James K. Polk
Young Hickory of the Granite Hills
Franklin Pierce
Tricky Dick
Richard Nixon
The Apostle of Democracy
Thomas Jefferson
John F. Kennedy
His Little Majesty
James Madison
Barack Obama
Mr. Nice Guy
Gerald Ford
Old Man Eloquent
John Quincy Adams
Slick Willie
Bill Clinton
His Fraudulency
Rutherford B. Hayes
The Great Communicator
Ronald Reagan
Herbert Hoover
Landslide Lyndon
Lyndon B. Johnson
The Phrasemaker
Woodrow Wilson
The Little Magician
Martin van Buren
Give 'em Hell Harry
Harry Truman
Wobbly Warren
Warren G. Harding
The Don
Donald Trump
Franklin D. Roosevelt
Old Tippecanoe
William H. Harrison
His Accidency
John Tyler
The Human Iceberg
Benjamin Harrison
The American Louis Philippe
Millard Fillmore
The Tennessee Tailor
Andrew Johnson
The Colossus of Independence
John Adams
Boatman Jim
James A. Garfield
Uncle Jumbo
Grover Cleveland
Amtrak Joe
Joseph Biden
Ten-cent Jimmy
James Buchanan
Old Rough-and-Ready
Zachary Taylor
The Napoleon of Protection
William McKinley
The Lion
Theodore Roosevelt
Big Lub
William H. Taft
The Hero of Appomattox
Ulysses S. Grant
Gentleman Boss
Chester A. Arthur
Silent Cal
Calvin Coolidge
The Peanut Farmer
Jimmy Carter
George H. W. Bush
Era of Good Feelings President
James Monroe
Level 67
Jun 6, 2014
Great quiz
Level 75
Nov 7, 2014
Learned a lot from this one. Thanks!
Level 82
Nov 29, 2014
hm... just got an idea to do something like this today. You barely beat me to it. I probably would have gone with "the sage of Monticello" for Jefferson and "the Gipper" for Reagan, though.
Level 82
Nov 29, 2014
I think I like "the Trust Buster" for Roosevelt, too. "Schoolmaster" for Wilson.
Level 50
Dec 13, 2014
The only hint I critique is Unconditional Surrender Grant. You could do "Unconditional Surrender _______" that way you don't give away the answer in the hint.
Level 56
Jan 3, 2017
i like this one as well
Level 55
Feb 23, 2017
Great quiz. Of course now you have to add "the Human Cheeto."
Level 63
Feb 23, 2017
You're right - chose a slightly less colorful nickname, though...
Level 44
Mar 16, 2017
Hahaha! This comment just made me crack up!
Level 55
Sep 16, 2017
I typed in Trump and it didn't come up. If only...
Level 63
Sep 16, 2017
Typing just "Trump" works now.
Level 51
Mar 27, 2021
To me, Corrupt One would be a better nickname.
Level 46
Oct 16, 2017
Buchanan was also known as the "Old Public Functionary"
Level 37
Jul 24, 2018
I thought that Theodore Roosevelt was old "rough and ready", and it's "The Donald" (what his first wife Ivana called him), not the Don (at least not yet)