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Thread: Capucine? Is it usable?
June 17th, 2013 10:24 PM #1
Capucine? Is it usable?
Lately, I've been crushing on the name Capucine. I know it's essentially unheard of in the US, but I hear it's quite chic in French, and it seems normal enough that it could fit in with Josephine, Emmeline, Caroline, etc. I realize it's quite close to cappuccino, but I don't drink coffee, so my mind isn't really there--is the connection too strong? How would you feel if you met a little Capucine? Is it better reserved as a MN? My best friend used to babysit a little girl named Capucine, nn Capu, and I've loved it ever since I came across it--I'm just not sure I'm brave enough to use it.
Today I've been mulling around Sylvia Capucine or Elise Capucine, but I'm unsure. Thoughts? Any other Capucine lovers out there?Ashley
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June 17th, 2013 10:32 PM #3Senior Member
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It has a very pretty sound to it, but I think to most English speakers (or to me at least) it brings up the word Cappuccino. For me it also made me think of a Capuchin monkey.
June 17th, 2013 10:33 PM #5Senior Member
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June 17th, 2013 10:40 PM #9moving to new account with username I like more... since we can't just change them