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July 13th, 2013 12:14 AM #2123 year old name lover with a passion for art history married for three years to my much better half
talking with said partner about trying to conceive our first late this year
July 13th, 2013 06:18 AM #23Senior Member
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- Mar 2012
I like Judith a lot. I prefer it to Edith or a lot of the crustier old-lady names that get love on NB.
Judy is retro rockabilly cool to me, like Betty or Susie.
Judith itself has a strong-yet-femme unfrilly solidity. I get why it's not popular - it's not a sweet-frilly sort of liquid name that's all vowels and l's, or 4 syllables long and ending in -a. That -th ending, which I like, is too tailored for a lot of people, but I think its a nice contrast with today's trendy names.
But I'm a sucker for Judith/Lilith/Meredith/Elspeth, so that's me.
July 13th, 2013 06:43 AM #25
I love it! It might help that I have never met a Judith though.Pondering...Alistair | Malachy | Ivo | Kian | Rupert | Ezra | Tavish | Bastian | Remy | Theo | Marius | Kit | Dimitri | Vaughn | Emrys | Frank | Leander | Tam | Ragnar | Lewis | Everett | Ansel | Wilkin | Tobias | Frederick
Susanna | Eleanor | Blythe | Aveline | Lilias | Clemence | Meredith | Ffion | Romilly | Florence | Annora | Temperance | Essie | Viveka | Josephine | Sybilla | Holland | Morwenna | Celia | Delphine | Lyra | Bridie | Rosemary | Amandine | Callista
July 13th, 2013 07:27 AM #27
Judith is actually growing on me.
When i first heard that they were naming the baby Judith in the walking dead i was like "rly!? NOOO" and was huffing and puffing over it, but now, after hearing it several times - I actually like it. Not sure I'd use it, but I think its got potential.
I think the walking dead may help revive it, especially as vintage names are very popular atm.
July 13th, 2013 07:47 AM #29Senior Member
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- Dec 2012
- Adelaide Australia