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Thread: WDYT of Immy?
June 30th, 2012 10:59 AM #6
I like Immy as a nn for Imogen! I know you don't like it though. Also, the only way I can see you getting Immy as a nn for Monday is with the shared Y....no that doesn't work
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Akimi -- autumn fruit
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Casimira -- deceleration of peace
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Climena -- impassioned by glory
Cosima -- order, harmony, beauty
Dima -- long and quiet rain
Dimona -- south
Enimia -- well dressed
Hanima -- of the waves
Himani -- snowy
Imala -- disciplinarian
Imani -- belief, faith
Imara -- strong
Imber -- ginger
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June 30th, 2012 11:51 AM #8Junior Member
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Only ones I can think of are.
I do think Immy for Monday is a bit of a stretch. But I think it's just fine to have a NN you love and use that really has nothing or very little to do with the name. I'm an Elizabeth and I'm a fan of all those stretchy NNs such as Izzy, Libby, Ellie, Zebby, Ebb, Bizzy, etc, so I say use Immy for Monday if you like it.
Also, gotta say, LOVE the idea of Immy for Simone!!! One of my MNs is Simone and I've thought of going by it. Will have to think about Immy. It's a fun NN! Simone has so many great NNs too. Immy, Simmy, Simo, Mona, Sime, Si.... My vote is for Simone!
June 30th, 2012 11:56 AM #10
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June 30th, 2012 12:03 PM #12
June 30th, 2012 01:47 PM #14Senior Member
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I don't really like Monday as a name in general...I agree with the point teacherma made...associations like "a case of the Mondays," etc. Also the day-of-the-week name makes me think Wednesday Adams. I also have no idea how you could make Immy work as a nn.
Maybe you aren't open to this, but I didn't see anyone else suggest this so I thought I'd try...if you aren't in love with any of the Im- names people are suggesting, why not change Immy to Emmy? The sound is essentially the same, and that opens your options up to include all of the Em- names. Sure, some are uber-popular, but I'm sure it would be easy to find a hidden gem you could use.Girls: Filomena, Harper, Lavinia
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