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  1. #11
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    Quote Originally Posted by boyandgirl View Post
    Gwendolyn is so absolutely beautiful that I wouldn't taint it with the juvenile Gigi. Sorry, no offense meant. I just don't get why you would choose a gorgeous name and not use it. Gigi is also used as a nickname for grandmothers.
    The juvenile Gigi?! I disagree. Gigi is all Leslie Caron in evening gloves to me. Fabulous.

    Gwendolen Gisele, one L.
    Gwendolen Giulia
    Gwendolen Garland
    Gwendolen Gale (I like Gale. Clear simple nature name.)

    Out-there, but fun:

    Gwendolen Griselda

  2. #13
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    Quote Originally Posted by boyandgirl View Post
    Gwendolyn is so absolutely beautiful that I wouldn't taint it with the juvenile Gigi. Sorry, no offense meant. I just don't get why you would choose a gorgeous name and not use it. Gigi is also used as a nickname for grandmothers.
    No offense taken! I've always been a fan of double sound nicknames (CoCo, Mimi, etc.), but I know they aren't everyone's style.
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    Quote Originally Posted by scarletrune View Post
    The nickname Gigi doesn't need a middle initial starting with 'g' to get the nickname. Having the first letter of the first name will suffice.
    I realize that we don't need Gs for both initials to equate "Gigi" but it is my preference.
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    Quote Originally Posted by alexa400 View Post
    Gwendolen Giselle is my favorite
    I love Giselle too. But unfortunately our last name starts with "El" and I think that the flow doesn't work.
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    Quote Originally Posted by shieldsc View Post
    I would maybe try for a G name that starts with the soft G sound, like Giselle, Georgia, Gemma, Gia, etc.
    I had the same thought about the starting sounds. Thanks for suggesting Gemma! Gwendolyn Gemma might be a cute option.
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