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  1. #1
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    Wink Full names to go with nicknames

    I tend to like long-ish names with cute nicknames, but lately there have been nicknames I like that don't directly come from another name. Here's my list of nicknames I want longer names to go with. Example: Elise --> Elisabeth.

    Elise
    Annie
    Anne or Ann
    Kinzie
    Ellie
    Molly
    Abbie
    Raine (maybe Lorraine?? Opinions on this one?)
    Lainie

    All suggestions help! Thanks!!

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    Elise doesn't sound like a nickname to me at all.. I have a really good friend named Elise, I think it's fine on it's own.

    Annie/Ann/Ann -- Annora, Annabel, Aniyah, Anouk, Anoushka, Anna, Annabella
    Kinzie -- I can't think of any for this.
    Ellie -- Eleanor, Elizabeth, Elisabeth, Elena, Elora, Eliora, Eliana, Ella, Elissa
    Molly -- Pomeline, Mary, Margaret, Matilda, Milana
    Abbie -- Abigail, Abilene
    Raine -- Lorraine would work, but I think Raine is fine on it's own. Reina?
    Lainie -- Delaney, Alana, Elena
    Edith. Iris. Lyra. Violet. Clara. Freya. Alice. Ottilie. Marian. Luella. Beatrice. Anthea. Romilly. Martha. Grace.
    Arthur. Stanley. Felix. Henry. Otto. Samuel. Dexter. Edward. Julian. Nicholas. Ira. Sidney. Winston. Thomas. Gabriel.

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    Ellie could also be Elisabeth/Elizabeth. Abbie from Abilene? I think you could get Raine or Lainie from Lorraine. Annabeth, Annabel, Anneliese for Anne or Annie...hmmm...
    ~gigi~
    *gina danielle*

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    Elise - Anneliese
    Annie - Annabel
    Kinzie - Anika Zara
    Ellie - Noelle
    Molly - I like it on it's own, I can't really think of many good longer names--name Mallory or Paloma or Romilly--but those are all a bit trendy and not as lovely and classic. Or you could just do Mary which is what Molly was originally a nn for.
    Abbie - I like Abigail, but there's also Abilene, Anabel, Gabrielle, Isabelle, Sabine--really anything with AB in it.
    Raine - Lorena, maybe Rachel Nova or something like that
    Lainie - again Lorraine would work, also Magdalena, Liliana, Lavinia, Delaney, Melanie
    Olivia/Livia/Livy/Liv : Thessaly/Darah/Bethel : Noelle/Eve
    Benedict/Eli: Jude/Zane: Luke/Darius : Levi/Phineas/Calvin


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    Elise - Elisabeth or Eliska? Although I agree this can definitely work on its own.
    Anne/Ann/Annie - All An- names that have already been suggested, plus Anastasia, Annamaria, Marianne, Susannah, Roxanne, Isannah etc
    Kinzie - hmm.. Keziah maybe?
    Ellie - Works for just about any El- name. I don't think Elowen, Elspeth or Elettra have been mentioned yet. Also any -ella/-elle/-bella/-belle name. Demelza nn Ellie is fun, too.
    Mollie - Romilly or Romola
    Abbie - Arabella/Arabel, Sabrina/Sabina, Isabel/Isabella/Annabel/Annabella/Gabrielle/Gabriela, Tabitha
    Raine - Lorraine would work for both Raine and Lainie, although I prefer Lorena. Valeraine maybe?
    Lainie - Lorraine, Alienor, Avelaine, Madeleine, Violaine, Elaine, Madgalena.
    W h a t ' s . . .



    Adelaide Mary | Juniper Beatrix | Sybil Rosamund | Romilly Elizabeth | Demelza Catherine | Edith Arabella
    Edmund Raphael | Wilfred Alastair | Asa Hawking | Raphael Richard | Nathaniel Emrys | Malachy Francis

    Billie | Hattie | Lola | Mamie | Nell
    Alf | Jem | Rex | Rudy | Sandy

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