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I adore Louisa (my great-gran's name), and I much prefer it pronounced with the z sound. We've ruled it out for us, though, because we don't like Lou as a nn. My great-gran never once went by her...
September 22nd, 2013, 11:53 AM
I think color names are unisex. Grey is also a surname, which further makes the case for it being either/or. I don't know any boy Greys (Grayson, yes, Grey/Gray, no), but I would not be shocked to...
September 22nd, 2013, 11:44 AM
I immediately think of actual adorable foxes, The Fantastic Mr. Fox, and Fox Mulder (not a negative as far as I'm concerned, as I loved the X-Files). I don't think of the "sexy" connotation right off...
August 31st, 2013, 11:08 AM
People have a natural tendency to shorten, especially once you get up to three syllables, and if Lori is the traditional nickname, I would assume that some people would call her that, even if you...
August 15th, 2013, 04:19 AM
How about Duncan? I also adore Angus nn Gus, and add me to the Hamish camp (though I understand your husband's feelings on the name).
I love Theodore nn Theo, though Teddy's pretty cute (just nms). Of the four, Theodore Paul has the best flow by far.
I see that you're in the Southeast. I'm from NC, my husband is from SC. We both know Johnson as a slang term for penis. In fact, "Big Johnson" t-shirts were a very popular item in both our high...
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