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  1. #1
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    Feminine form of James?

    What would be some of the most commonly known feminized versions of James? The most important thing for me in my name hunt has been to somehow honour my grandfather..who was Jim (James). But having a girl, I've been trying to incorporate his mother or sister's names but wondering if there's any nice way to actually incorporate the name James. I am thinking for middle name purposes. Just looking for some brainstorming..I have a feeling I won't like any but just wanted to try.

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    Jamie ?
    Jemma ?

    Jamie seems like the most common, and easiest associated with James IMO <3

    Good luck!
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    You could just use James as the middle like Jesse James.

    Other options:
    Jasmine
    Jessamine
    Jamesina
    Jemma
    Jamilla
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    Jamie
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  4. #7
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    Gemma is the only name that comes to mind, except Jamie, but I'm sure you've thought of that one. BUT what I really think is why not just use James? I'm normally not a fan of boys' names on girls, but this is for honoring purposes AND it's in the middle. I think using James would be cute and sweet because of the meaning behind it. Just a thought. Or you could use his last name or middle name as her middle name if they work better.

  5. #9
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    Jaime/Jaimie - most popular.
    Jamesina - Rather antique but interesting.
    Jacoba - James is derived from Jacob. Don't know if this is anyone's taste, though.

    Nameberry seems to like Jameson for a girl but I don't think that makes it look any more feminine.

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