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April 14th, 2013 02:19 PM #1
lilibeth as a given name?
i came across this as a NN for elizabeth & i really took to it. does it seem too NN-y to be a given name? i say it LIL-i-beth. would use lily as a NN. thoughts? thanks___________________________________
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April 14th, 2013 02:50 PM #5
I would prefer Elizabeth and then Lilibeth or Lily as a nickname - it sounds a bit like the name a younger sibling would call Elizabeth when they can't say it properly, which is adorable right up until the age of 7 and then starts to sound a bit odd. Lily-Beth could be another option? Good luck! (Sorry for being harsh)Dougal Fitzwilliam Matthias † Skandar Christian Raphael † Richard Corentin Magnus
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