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March 18th, 2013 04:50 PM #1
March 18th, 2013 05:00 PM #3
Primrose was around long before that YA book series... and will be around long after too. The vast majority of people wouldn't relate the name Primrose to the Hunger Games at all, so you shouldn't let that stop you.
Primeveire, Primina, or Prima are also names that could, with a stretch, get you to the nickname Pim (which is a darling nickname, by the way). Another, more fun way, would be to give the baby girl the initials P I M and just call her Pim for short. For example, Penelope Isabelle Maren or Patricia Iris Madeleine.Boys: Ignatius, Hieronymus, Casimir, Osias, Ludovic, Hesperus, Calixto, Aurelius
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March 18th, 2013 05:10 PM #5Senior Member
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March 18th, 2013 06:42 PM #9
It would be easiest if the name had all the letters in it but I don't think this matters too much - I pretty much think nicknames barely need a reason to be there! (e.g. Primarosa, Penzima, Prima or Purnima)
Examples which all have PI in could be:
Another way of achieving Pim (utterly adorable by the way!) could be a 'P' first-name and an 'IM' middle name (e.g. Poppy Imogen)
However, names beginning with IM are not very common, and most are not really very appealing to me...
Examples could be:
Also, a close relative has the middle name Pim - it's a family name. With this said, you could simply have Pim as her middle name - I myself have a traditionally boy's 'surnamey' name as my middle (again, family name), and I absolutely love it. (I also love Pim with alliteration - Perdita Pim or Pieta/Pietra Pim have a lovely lilting quality for me)
Examples could be (sorry - random guesses of names you might like?!):
Tansy Pim (quite short but very sweet)
Hope this helps - sorry if not. Good luck - Pim is lovely!