WDYT of Quinn?
I've just taken quite a liking to Quinn, and surprisingly, so has my normally picky fiance! What do you think?
Also, suggestions for middle names? Not really a fan of how any family names sound with it. I think Quinn Joy sounds pretty (and I really like the name Joy) but the only issue is our last name is also one syllable. Is a 1-1-1 pattern okay?
I'd go with a 3 syllable middle name, so the full name doesn't sound so choppy. Quinn Nathalia, Quinn Alexis, Quinn Elena, so many options!
I do like Quinn for a girl. I think a different number of syllables sounds better, Quinn Joy sounds very abrupt and choppy to me.
I have an up and down love for Quinn. Mostly down now. My husband is also picky (he would say the same of me!) but he loved this name and I started to really like it, it grew on me.Had it in our top 3 even. I liked that it was simple, easy to spell and not too common,bit spunky. But I didn't like that its feels modern and not overtly feminine.
Most people I asked didn't like the name, the ones who did were all men. And it doesn't get much love around here I have found.
I find it very difficult to get a middle name that sounds nice with Quinn. A lot of choices make it sound like "queen" ie Quinn Elizabeth, Quinn Charlotte. And many just sound "off" with it imo.
I personally think a 1-3-1 name would be nice. My favs with Quinn were Quinn Rosemary, Quinn Violet, Quinn Josephine, Quinn Susannah, Quinn Sylvia
I think that Quinn is very cute! But I do think you need a longer middle name because with joy it turns into one name... Quinjoy
I think just about anything goes with Quinn. I would pair it with a slightly longer mn.
I know a little Quinn Marie, she is darling!
I know a baby Quinn Delaney, little sis to Emery Lynn.
Not a huge fan of their choice Delaney but loving Quinn, and the nick name Quinnie is pretty adorable! If I had a Quinn I think I'd pick Allison, Emilia, Linnea or Valerie as a middle name (depending on the last name of course). I think a longer middle name would suite Quinn a little better than a one syllable such as Joy. I just feel when you say them together it could come out all jumbled as QUINJOY...which sounds a little silly to me!
I can't decide about Quinn. I think it has likeable qualities, but in the end I always end up feeling it's a bit too unisex, which isn't my thing.
And as much as I love the name Joy, I do think Quinn would require a multi-syllable mn.
Quinn annoys me because all i think of is Glee and the horrible cheerleader girl (and i don't even watch Glee)...but apparently people who like Glee also tend to like that character so is probably just me.
I'd go with a 2 or 3 syllable middle. Joy is lovely, but Quinn Joy doesn't flow well.