View Poll Results: Is Poppy usable?
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Thread: Is Poppy usable?
April 30th, 2013 11:13 AM #21Audrey Coraline | Emmeline Clover | Esme Cordelia | Etta Rosemary | Hazel Matilda | Margot Elspeth | Phoebe Kerensa | Rosalie Fern | Sylvie Marigold | Vivienne Amara | Willa Katherine | Zara Madeleine | Amias Jude | Archer Daniel | Callum Everest | Cato Benjamin | Emmett Byrne | Griffin Wilder | Leo Sebastian | Nathaniel Winter | Lucian Mateo | Quentin Miles | Rhys Anderson | Thorin Jasper
April 30th, 2013 11:18 AM #23
Probably already been mentioned, but there must be hundreds of little girls named Poppy in the UK.
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Rosemary Oona Blythe (Romy) & Sibyl Damaris Lily (Billie)
Alba Honey & Raphaela Nuala & Annabel Briar & Maud Amelia & Iseabal Fay
Emmett Cosmo & Wilbur Jack & Rufus Alec & Edgar Nicholas & Wilfred Lysander & Sylvan Baez
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Damla Florence & Iskender Owen
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April 30th, 2013 11:23 AM #25Senior Member
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The Brits like it but a lot of people call their dads and grandfathers Poppy. The sexual connotation comes from women calling their boyfriend/ hubby, Papi
I just find it cutesy and childish but cutesy names are popular overseas
Fox * Rohan * Jade * Shea * Eden * Blaise * Greer
Lotus * Noor * Tallulah * Jasper * Linden * Arden
April 30th, 2013 11:41 AM #27
I love Poppy. I think it's cute and a refreshing change in the states from all the Violets, Lilys, and Roses we have. The only problem I could see with the name is I don't imagine it would age well.alyssa ϟ 23 ϟ usa ϟ name lover
Girls: Emilia Jane, Anastasia Louise, (still working on girls list)
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May 1st, 2013 12:25 AM #29Senior Member
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Yes, the papi connection as kind of a sexy nickname for a Hispanic man is sort of problematic, and it also bugs me a little, the grandfather connection...but my real issue here is the phrase "popping her cherry" as a reference for a girl losing her virginity.