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  1. #21
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    Valerie sounds so pretty, even if a little dated in a good way. Val is cute, and I love the Amy Whinehouse association someone else mentioned (although it was originally sang by the Zutons).

    I also like Mallory. It sounds just as 70s/80s as Valerie but with a much different feel to it. I don't like the meaning or nicknames, but I can actually picture a cute little girl with it (maybe more so than Valerie). It does remind me a lot of the 'Malory Towers' Enid Blyton books which I like about it since they mean a lot to me, and also Mallory Knox who are quite a big rock band in the UK.

    So I don't know really. I think Valerie is the prettiest, but I like Mallory a lot too.
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  2. #23
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    I prefer Valerie. It's sweet, and unheard of (at least where I live.) I also really like the Amy Winehouse song. I actually know someone a year older than me named Mallory and she's just blech. Put's a bad feel to the name.
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  3. #25
    I like Mallory. Another nn could also be Ally.

  4. #27
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    Valerie by far. As someone who had a Mal- name, and HATES that it starts with Mal- because it means bad in many languages, skip Mallory.

  5. #29
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    Sep 2013
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    Valerie. But I'm biased

    I know a Mallory and she was a sweet girl but I've never been a fan of the name.

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