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  1. #11
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    Mab
    Ray
    Maeve
    Mara
    Madge
    March

    Or choose an international variant of Margaret? http://http://nameberry.com/list/62/...nal-Variations

    I understand [I think] how you feel as I am Josie which is already quite short too have a nn. Something I am trying to do is introduce a nn that isn't related to my name but related to me and my personality. Maybe you could try that? Good Luck
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    I like Mary x combos. I have a cousin who goes by Mary Pat and a friend who is Mary Fran. It is a little tough to do that with Noreen but I do like Mary Nora.
    I like simple yet versatile names that work well for the athlete, the comic, the genius, and the judge.

  3. #15
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    What about Marnie for Mary Noreen? Maybe Marty or Emmy?
    Plenty of novel babies but no real ones for a few more years.
    Currently loving on:
    Siobhan, Eleanor, Catherine, Bridget, Lenore, Matilda, Adelaide, Cosima, Genevieve
    Arthur, William, Percival, Spencer, Henry, Felix, Nathaniel, Gatsby, Holden, Miles
    Fur baby: Roger

  4. #17
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    Out of the ones suggested, I really like "Ree". It is in Mary, and also in Noreen. It's not too usual, but not *too* out-there either.
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  5. #19
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    Mary is one of those truly perfect names. I can't imagine diluting it with a nickname. I would encourage you to embrace the perfection of Mary. If I were to have another little girl, Mary would be one of my top contenders.

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