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July 16th, 2013 04:55 PM #1Member
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Hi berries, I was wondering: what do you guys think of the name Delphine? Also, what are some good middle names for first name Delphine, or good first names for middle name Delphine? And, what are some cute nicknames for Delphine? Thank you so much! Greatly appreciated
I can't decide if I like it for a first name, though I do like it for a middle. Nicknames could be Delphy, Delia, Dede?
Thanks again for the suggestions!Best regards; Julia
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July 16th, 2013 05:03 PM #3
I love, love, love Delphine! It has such a refreshing sound and reminds me of playful dolphins! I actually don't care for any of Delphine's nicknames; I think the full Delphine is lovely as it is.
I'm a bit bias about which of your choices I like best, because Isla Delphine is also a combo of mine .
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July 16th, 2013 05:08 PM #9
To honest i dont like Delphine as a first name because in Greece(where iam from)we use this name to describe dolphins but thats my opinion and i dont think you would have any problem with this name .Althought as a middle is great .
nn can be Delphi,Delia,Dede,Fina,Dele
As a first name
as a midle
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