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  1. #1
    Join Date
    Dec 2012

    Robin or Robert?

    Robin is being used as a full name where I live now, and I like it as a full name. But my grandfather is Robert, so maybe Robert with the nickname Robin would be a better option?
    Do you Robin should stay as a nickname, or is it a fresh option? Or has it, perhaps, moved over to the girls section?

    What would you pair Robin/Robert with?
    ~ Ashley ~
    married to Gabriel

    growing a tiny human, entering the world in Summer 2016

    Girls: Phoebe Elizabeth, Ivy Teresa, Josephine Grace
    Boys: Michael Ryan, Jethro Nicholas, Felix Everett, Noah Robert

  2. #3
    I can see Robin coming back as a full name for boys, however, I prefer Robert nn Robin.
    Good luck,

    Married to my high school sweetheart
    Mother to Charles Nathaniel aka Charlie [1.26.09]
    Baby due [3.17.13]

  3. #5
    Join Date
    Nov 2011
    I know a baby boy named Robin. I have met females with this name or the Robyn version which I don't care for.

    To me Robin is naturey & more modern or on-trend for a boy right now. Robert is a bit of a cast aside classic imo. I really like Bert best as it's nickname. I could see either Robert or Robin on a little boy with hipster parents- both choices are delightfully rare.

    I have never met a Robert called Robin, I am in Brooklyn & to me, Robin has always been a stand alone name.

  4. #7
    Join Date
    Dec 2011

    My list of Honor Names, Favorites, and
    Just names I find interesting:
    GIRLS: Alda, Aldina, Bernice, Carolina, Esmeralda, Glenna, Glennora, Josephine, Lillian, Oliviera, Rosemarie, Valentina
    EITHER: Augustine, Harley, Harlen, Ocean, Perry, River, Rowan
    BOYS: Alden, Brooks, Euan, Ezra, Gable, Glenwell, Isaac, Jasper, Julian, Mattias, Oliver, Oswald, Wells

  5. #9
    Join Date
    Aug 2012
    Ontario, Canada
    I have never heard of Robin being used as a nickname before. All the Robin's I have ever met, that was their full name and not a nickname. I personally prefer Robin to Robert. Robert seems very plain and overused, Robin seems fresh and handsome.

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