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    I love Billie. I grew up with a girl named Billie who had curly brown hair, freckles and a sweet disposition. She's a 2nd grade teacher now. I love the suggestion of Billie Caroline.
    I like the contrast of the rough and tumble Billie with something a little more feminine, but spunky:
    Billie Pearl
    Billie Clementine
    Billie Lucille
    Billie Rue
    Billie Theresa
    Billie Callista
    Billie Hannah
    Billie Jane
    Billie Lorelei
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    Billie as a nickname for a girl is a guilty pleasure of mine but I'd never use it as a standalone name (or as a part of a double barrel name). I like it as a nickname for Wilhelmina.
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    I think your "Billie Bea" idea is so sweet. I'm totally into double-names. "Billie," however, sounds like more of a nickname than a full on name for an adult.

    Whatever you'd choose to name her, I love the "Billie Bea"!

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    I had an aunt named Robbie Louise. That was her full name. Bobbie Louise is very sweet.

    Billie is very sweet too. I'd be more likely to use it as a nickname but it's a great first name. If not Sybil, how about Sybilla? She was a Queen of Jerusalem during the Crusades. Wilhelmina would also get you to Billie.

    Rebecca Gayheart has a daughter named Billie Beatrice.

    If you decide to use them by themselves, here are combo ideas:

    Billie Ann
    Billie Sue
    Billie Grace
    Billie Frances
    Billie Jeanette
    Billie Kate
    Billie Violet
    Billie Claire

    Bobbie Louise
    Bobbie Lee
    Bobbie Anna or Bobbie Anne
    Bobbie Claire
    Bobbie Jane
    Bobbie Rue
    Bobbie Luella

    I'd use something really feminine as a middle.
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