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July 11th, 2013 12:13 PM #6** The opinions expressed above are not meant to be reflective of Nameberry as a whole but are my opinion and mine alone. **
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July 11th, 2013 12:16 PM #8
Well, I used to buy a lot of vintage clothing in my teenage years so that's the image I get from the name. I think it would make a quirky mn choice but I wouldn't use it for a first name (especially with the random "y" thrown in). Considering that the term "vintage" is usually associated with the quality of aging, enduring or improving over time (eg. wine), it makes an interesting word for a name.All the best,
July 11th, 2013 12:18 PM #10Senior Member
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That is horrible. Vintage in itself is not great but Vyntage??
That's like Millionaire v. Milyonare. Ick.
July 11th, 2013 12:36 PM #12
Good god - it's awful.
I see why somebody might think it's a good idea. Right now the whole idea of 'vintage' - vintage clothes, vintage furniture, vintage names - is trendy. And why name your little girl something old and disgusting like Eleanor or Dorothy when you can go all out and name her the REAL thing? Name her the trend itself, of course.
Like somebody in the 20s naming their kid Flapper. Or somebody in the 70s naming their kid Groovy or Mod or Sexual Liberation. The logic is there, I suppose.Rosemary Una - Annabel Briar - Tabitha Lettice - Maude Evangeline - Fenella Pearl - Agnes Eilidh
names for dreamy, sublime little darlings. the smell of springtime air, freckled knees, damp hair. Soft evening light and fiery hearts.
Emmett Jack - Rufus Alec - Cathal Nicholas - Eoghan Wilfred - Caspian Hugh - Harrison Baez
olivia, seventeen, film student. my own little witch's cat Shura!
(dreaming of a deerhound named ''Sholto'')
February 22nd, 2015 07:46 PM #14Senior Member
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I actually like it! I surprised myself.