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  1. #6
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    Calliope maybe. Or Calypso.
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    Clothilde is a little less clotty.

    My fiancé suggested Clothilde, nn Chloe a while ago and I poo-pooed it, but now I kind of like it. I think it grows on you.
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    I used to be friends with a girl named Chlorinda/Clorinda/Khlorinda/Klorinda (not sure of the spelling) nicknamed Chloe.

    Clothilde makes me think of a menstral cycle (gross, I know, sorry, but that's the first thing I thought of when I saw it).
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    Quote Originally Posted by mclola View Post
    I love Clementine, but not sure if even I could squeeze Chloe out of that. Clora, I like the look of, but the way it sounds bothers me - perhaps because it sounds like a botched Flora? Colette reminded me that I do like Cosette; I feel like Cosette nn Chloe would be a stretch but maybe just usable as a family nickname.

    Quote Originally Posted by missusaytch View Post
    Calliope maybe. Or Calypso.
    I do really like Calliope and Calypso, especially as I do have a soft spot for the nickname Callie, and I think Chloe could definitely work there even if it is a push. I'm not sure if I can see myself using either, but I think I will work on my feelings towards Calliope

    Quote Originally Posted by lilauburn13 View Post
    I used to be friends with a girl named Chlorinda/Clorinda/Khlorinda/Klorinda (not sure of the spelling) nicknamed Chloe.

    Clothilde makes me think of a menstral cycle (gross, I know, sorry, but that's the first thing I thought of when I saw it).
    I feel the same about Clothilde, perhaps it's clot & cloth together that really bring that association about but it's interesting that you thought the same thing. I doubt I'd think of it if I met a little Clothilde but on "paper" that's what I associate it with. I think Chlorinda is a bit too close to chlorine for my liking.

    Quote Originally Posted by roseymaam View Post
    Clothilde is a little less clotty.

    My fiancé suggested Clothilde, nn Chloe a while ago and I poo-pooed it, but now I kind of like it. I think it grows on you.
    As said about, I just can't push past my associations with it. Hopefully I could, in time, because it actually was a favourite of mine once upon a time.


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