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  1. #1
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    Greta vs. Freya

    Hi everyone,

    1st time posting, but I'm just curious, which name do you think is more feminine and which do you prefer:

    Greta or Freya?

    Thanks!

  2. #3
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    Freya is lovely! I absolutely adore Freya.

    Unfortunately, I don't share the same affection for Greta. It's better than Gretchen, but not by much. Also, the only name association I have with it is Greta Von Susteren. Which depending on your political views, may or may not be an issue.

  3. #5
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    I like them both! Freya feels a little fresher and more feminine though!


  4. #7
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    Freya is more feminine but Greta is more unusual - like them both.

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    Quote Originally Posted by caspar1 View Post
    Freya is more feminine but Greta is more unusual - like them both.
    Same here...
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