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Yes, Callie can stand on its own.
Callie can be a nickname for:
I see this sometimes, especially when people ask NB to add a name.
It's too rhyme-y for me.
Wilhelmina is on my short list. I absolutely adore it! I haven't found the perfect nickname for it yet. Willa and Mina are nice but not for me.
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1. I'm not a fan of Lake as a name. To me, it's just a body of water. In the state I live in, there are a ton of inland lakes, plus 4 of the 5 Great Lakes. Lake Margrethe, Austin Lake, Helen Lake,...
December 16th, 2014, 11:00 AM
Exactly what I was thinking.
Lane Perry sounds masculine to me!
I think it's handsome!
December 16th, 2014, 10:44 AM
Just use what you love.
December 12th, 2014, 10:42 AM
Use it! It's perfectly acceptable to use on a boy. Handsome, too!
December 12th, 2014, 10:37 AM
Madeline and Matilda are too close for sisters but they are just fine for cousins.
December 12th, 2014, 10:36 AM
Arabella Violet is nice and the nickname Ara makes sense but I wouldn't be surprised if people mispronounced Ara as are-uh.
It'd work as a nickname but definitely not as a given name.
Hunter is 100% male to me.
In 2013, the name Hunter was given to girls 270 times. However, it was given to boys 8,887 times. That means it's only given to girls 3% of the time. That doesn't even...
For me, a nickname usually has to be right there in the name or be a variant nickname in another language, like Lily for Elizabeth (Lilly is a Scandinavian diminutive of Elisabeth). In your examples,...
December 11th, 2014, 12:11 PM
My mom put down her oldest dog yesterday. :( She was more of a family dog though, we got her when I was 14. Millie was put down when she was 14 years, 6 months, and 20 days old. I'm still so sad...
Eleanor -- Nora, Ellie, Elle, Ella, Nell
Anastasia -- Stacey, Stacia, Nastja
Emmeline -- Emmy, Emma, Lina, Millie
Adelaide -- Ada, Adele, Adela, Della
Josephine -- Josina, Fia
Morgana is really pretty!
I LOVE Lucan! It's love that it's familiar because of it's similarity to Lucas, Luca, and Luke but different at the same time.
I think you're going for a name that rhymes with fawn and dawn? If so, I'd go with the Vaughn spelling. Van is like Van Gogh or caravan/minivan.
I prefer Vance to Vaughn though.
I'm in the midwest and around here, Clara and Sarah rhyme. Clara is claire-uh and Sarah is sare-uh.
I like Ginger, both as a nickname for Virginia and as a given name!
No. They're the same name.
You can give them different nicknames if you want but ultimately, they could both want to go by Ed or Eddie. That would be confusing.
Gem works but I prefer Im.
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