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  1. #6
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    Well, Brietta is a variation of Bridget, meaning briar, as in briar-rose. You could go by Briar (though maybe that's too out-there for you) or Birdie (nn for Bridget.) I personally love Bette (pronounced Betty) or just Bett. Do you like B. or Bee or Bea?

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    And I guess if you wanted a cute boyish nickname you could go by Bernie (from Auburn.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by emmabobemma View Post
    Well, Brietta is a variation of Bridget, meaning briar, as in briar-rose. You could go by Briar (though maybe that's too out-there for you) or Birdie (nn for Bridget.) I personally love Bette (pronounced Betty) or just Bett. Do you like B. or Bee or Bea?
    Ooh, I love the suggestions of Briar and Birdie (or even Bridie/Briddie).
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  4. #12
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    I really like Britt. I also think Markie is awesome, no it's not too out there.

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    I like Briar, Etty, and Markie or Auburn. I don't think your middle names are too out there at all. If you want to use one of them as a nickname then I think you should.
    nineteen & renaming myself soon

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