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  1. #16
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    Mar 2012
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    I love your names!

    I adore Maisie, Daisy, Lulu and Sunny but I agree with others that they're very nicknamey and may be better suited to a child than a professional woman.

    Eloise nn Lulu or Elsie is perfect!
    I love Adele!
    Sunny is a cute nn for Susannah
    Elena nn Lenny is also lovely
    Maisie works with Margaret, but also potentially with Mae, Esme, Magnolia.
    Maeve could give the nn's Maisie and Evie!

    Best of luck!

  2. #18
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    Apr 2013
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    New York
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    The best way to get a name that is sweet an cute for a child but can go anyway as an adult is to use a more formal name with nickname potential. That eliminates names like Maisie, Daisy, Lacey, Sunny, Lulu, and Lennie from full name contention. But if you love one of those names, there are ways to get to it as nickname, Martha called Maise, Susannah called Sunny, Louisa called, Lulu, or Lenora called Lennie.

    From the names on you list, I really like the following with Vincent,

    Eleanor
    Evangeline
    Vivienne
    Adele

    All of these have adorable nn potential as well. Violet is great but probably too similar to Vincent.
    I like simple yet versatile names that work well for the athlete, the comic, the genius, and the judge.

  3. #20
    Join Date
    Nov 2011
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    Maisie - so sweet
    Daisy - Adorable
    Lacey - I love this name, I'm so glad someone else has found it!
    Sunny - cute, but not my favourite
    Lulu - never been a fan
    Lennie - sort of seems like a boys nn
    Eleanor - I prefer Ella/ Elowen/ Elsa
    Eloise - Not my fave
    Elsie - gorgeous
    Evangeline (nn Evie) - LOVE this!
    Vivienne - This is one of my least favourite names, sorry just my opinion.
    Adele - Always loved this name its feminine, timeless and beautiful.
    Violet (too similar to Vincent?) - I like the name Violet! Vincent and Violet sound cute together!
    Hero - its actually quite cute but it sounds a bit more masculine to me
    Scout - I knew a girl called scout in primary school, she was really nice and quite popular but we all made fun of her name I like it now though

  4. #22
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    Jun 2013
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    I had a totally different thought. I love Vincent with the Italian feel. It is strong, familiar, but not overused. What about Mattea Eloise? It is strong, but I think very feminine. Eloise or Louisa would get you the Lulu nickname.

  5. #24
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    Jun 2013
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    Australia
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    Quote Originally Posted by doulajulie View Post
    I had a totally different thought. I love Vincent with the Italian feel. It is strong, familiar, but not overused. What about Mattea Eloise? It is strong, but I think very feminine. Eloise or Louisa would get you the Lulu nickname.
    I think so many Italian names are gorgeous! I also liked Francesca nn Frankie, but we're not Italian and I'm not sure if I should make it a theme.

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