How Can This Name Have No Nicknames?
Jeremy is kind of a stumper, isn't it? When you see a long, traditional boy's name, you assume it will trim down neatly. Christopher becomes Chris, Benjamin goes by Ben, Nathaniel shortens to Nate, and so on.
But that's not typically the case with Jeremy. In theory, the name does offer some nickname options. Jem is a potentially fashionable choice; Jerry is a natural but a bit out of style today; Remy is a seldom-heard possibility. A Jeremy could also go by Jay, or add his middle initial and be called J.T. or J.D.
Yet every Jeremy this Name Lady has known has gone by his full name, with occasional quirky, individual nicknames on the side. So if you're looking for a baby name that comes ready-made with a common nickname, you might want to look elsewhere. (On the flip side, if you're searching for a longer, yet still traditional boy's name that won't be shortened automatically, you've got a winner!)
If your heart is set on both Jeremy and a nickname, remember that not every nickname is built into the name. Some emerge over time based on life experiences and personality. If you keep an eye out, you may find that a unique, personal nickname will emerge as your young Jeremy grows into his own unique self.