View Poll Results: Which longer name do you like for a girl called Annie?
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Thread: Getting to Annie
June 9th, 2013 01:57 PM #6
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June 9th, 2013 02:40 PM #8
I couldn't help but vote for Marianne, Anastasia, Annelise AND Annabelle! Though I prefer the Anneliese and Annabel spellings. Annemarie would be nice but I don't like Annmarie. Any of the names above fit well with your other children's names because they are similar in style- classic, conservative and with a history but without being almost ubiquitous like Mary or John. And not that you really need more options at this point I guess, but what about Georgiana or Diana nn Annie?~Love names, literature, royals and horses~ <3
Girls: Azalea, Cordelia, Elizabeth, Rosalind, Portia, Victoria, Diana, Felicity, Juliet, Scarlett
Boys: Fitzwilliam, Sebastian, Percival, Prospero, Orlando, Darcy... don't love many boys' names!
June 9th, 2013 03:25 PM #10Senior Member
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June 9th, 2013 08:32 PM #12
I voted for Annabelle, Hannah, and Liliane. Annabel nn Annie is by far my favorite way to get to Annie, but it's obviously pretty unusable for me, if I use Isabelle first. As it is, Hannah is on my own list to get to Annie, and I just love the unexpected Liliane. I'm not sure people would say Liliane the proper way, though--which, in French, is lil-YAHN. I'm guessing the average American would say it like Lillian or Lily-Anne. Nowhere near as beautiful as Liliane, imo!Lise
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