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  1. #1
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    Peregrine or Crispin for nn Pip?

    I thought I was set on Peregrine, but Crispin is creeping up on me...what do you berries think?
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  2. #3
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    i may be biased because iknow a Peregrine, but i think you should stick with it. Peregrine is a lovely naturey name that can be worn well with or without the nickname. Crispin reminds me of a cereal or a crispy snack... and i think playground kids will reconize that too
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  3. #5
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    Both are sweetly British and lovely!
    ...dreaming of naming my future first cat.

    today's favorites: Merlin, Sherlock, Scheherazade

    (and favorites of the non-pet names: Celia Hermione, Arthur Rooney)

  4. #7
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    I don't like the word "crisp" is Crispin. My pet rabbit is named Pip, short for Philip. Peregrine/Pip is a nice nod to the Hobbit. However, there was a female Peregrine as a contestant on a reality show a few years ago. I don't know how popular the show really was, so maybe no one else would even make that connection, but since then the name sounds feminine to me. I think it's actually the -rine ending. It's reminiscent of Catherine.

  5. #9
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    Peregrine, for sure, or Philip.

    I don't understand why like the name Crispin so much, honestly, all I hear is "crisp/crispy". Sorry.
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