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  1. #1

    Did I paint myself in a corner?

    Ok Berries, I need your brilliant advice. Long story cut out, my baby girl is Georgette Jayne and I need a professional opinion on what limitations this puts on our sibset. I am not yet TTC again, but we do plan on having a fairly large family and I love looking at names :blush: but I don't feel so confidant in my taste. Any advice/suggestions?

  2. #3
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    I LOVE Georgette! I think it's so much more distinct than Georgia, but every bit as sweet & spunky!!

    I don't think you're too limited. I guess -ette names are out, George is out, maybe the few -it or -et names like Merit are out, you might want to avoid Gs though I think you could make it work

    Georgette & Gemma
    Georgette & Gioia
    Georgette & Geraldine
    Georgette & Garrett
    Georgette & Garland

    I would suggest sibling names with that same left-of-center quality.

    Thais
    Aberdeen
    Lavender
    Marielle
    Fauna
    Calliope
    Lorraine
    Laurel
    Reverie

  3. #5
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    I like Georgette. Well, first of all, I would advise you to choose a name you LOVE. For siblings, I would go with something vintage, traditional, Biblical, classic or French. There are loads of choices so you don't have to worry about your options. I don't know your last name so I'll give a few examples.

    Georgette and Mabel
    Georgette and Edith
    Georgette and Lucille
    Georgette and Estelle
    Georgette and Margery
    Georgette and Louise
    Georgette and Helene
    Georgette and Dorothy
    Georgette and Florence
    Georgette and Roxanne
    Georgette and Claudine
    Georgette and Rosemarie
    Georgette and Beatrice
    Georgette and Constance
    Georgette and Eileen
    Georgette and Corinne
    Georgette and Cecile
    Georgette and Daphne
    Georgette and Eloise
    Georgette and Francine
    Georgette and Lillian
    Georgette and Annabel
    Georgette and Simone
    Georgette and Vivienne
    Georgette and Sylvie
    Georgette and Bernice
    Georgette and Emmeline
    Georgette and Margot
    Georgette and Maxine
    Georgette and Lorraine
    Georgette and Rachel
    Georgette and Suzanne
    Georgette and Elise
    Georgette and Audrey
    Georgette and Gabrielle
    Georgette and Marion
    Georgette and Evangeline
    Georgette and Rochelle
    Georgette and Eunice
    Georgette and Muriel
    Georgette and Millicent
    Georgette and Winifred
    Georgette and Isabelle
    Georgette and Sophie
    Georgette and Amelie
    Georgette and Clementine
    Georgette and Eugenie
    Georgette and Camille
    Georgette and Nadine
    Georgette and Marianne
    Georgette and Desiree
    Georgette and Pauline
    Georgette and Lavinia
    Georgette and Myrna
    Georgette and Therese
    Georgette and Mavis
    Georgette and Ruth
    Georgette and Arabelle
    Georgette and Clarisse
    Georgette and Alice
    Georgette and Roberta
    Georgette and Hazel
    Georgette and Coralie
    Georgette and Matilda
    Georgette and Prudence
    Georgette and Olive
    Georgette and Felice
    Georgette and Elaine
    Georgette and Rosalie


    Georgette and Walter
    Georgette and Calvin
    Georgette and Felix
    Georgette and Oliver
    Georgette and Arthur
    Georgette and Louis
    Georgette and Victor
    Georgette and Thomas
    Georgette and Simon
    Georgette and Lionel
    Georgette and Henry
    Georgette and Maxwell
    Georgette and Cyrus
    Georgette and Basil
    Georgette and Oscar
    Georgette and Stanley
    Georgette and Franklin
    Georgette and Edmund
    Georgette and Gilbert
    Georgette and Silas
    Georgette and Vincent
    Georgette and Armand
    Georgette and Roland
    Georgette and Maurice
    Georgette and Pierre
    Georgette and Marcel
    Georgette and Luther
    Georgette and Otis
    Georgette and Conrad
    Georgette and Bertrand
    Georgette and Alfred
    Georgette and Bernard
    Georgette and Laurence
    Georgette and Martin
    Georgette and Miles
    Georgette and Raymond
    Georgette and Truman
    Georgette and Humphrey
    Georgette and Harold
    Last edited by mischa; May 31st, 2013 at 10:44 AM.
    All the best,
    Mischa.

  4. #7
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    I love Georgette such a beauty I would steer away from G or J names and as Taz stated George and any derivatives, it, et, and ette, names. Of course anything that's too rhymy or matchy wouldn't work either. I love the name Jordana and Jolie but that would not work as a sibling with Georgette. Here are some names you may consider.

    Georgette & Hazel
    Georgette & Phoebe
    Georgette & Claudia
    Georgette & Athena
    Georgette & Cecily
    Georgette & Florence
    Georgette & Helena
    Georgette & Constance
    Georgette & Evelyn
    Georgette & Celestine / Celeste

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