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  1. #31
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    My full name is Katherine and when I was younger I went by Kitty until 6 or 7 then it was Kat until I was about 11 and now Katie when I'm in college I'll probably go by Kate and when I'm old and married Katherine. Please do NOT name your daughter Kitty! I really liked being called Kitty when I was young but now that I'm older I'm thankful I have a name like Katherine with many nicknames so I can pick one that best fits my age. Can you imagine going to a job interview and saying Hi I'm Kitty? If you named your daughter Katherine she could use Katherine professionally but of course friends and family could still call her Kitty
    Just a 15 year old name lover.

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  2. #33
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    I personally wouldn't want to have Kitty as a full name, so nay for me. I do like Kit as a standalone name though.
    Alice / Mary / Helen / Rosa / Georgia
    Edward / Samuel / George / Joseph / Ezra

  3. #35
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    Oct 2012
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    I think Kit is great. I'm not sure how I feel about it as a given name, though. It's not very substantial. Maybe Kitt? Or Kitri?
    Under construction...

  4. #37
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    I think that Nikita is another name that has the literal "kit" right in there. I tend to agree with you that literal nicknames feel a lot easier than those with less of an overt connection. But Catherine/Kitty works for me cause it seems so classic. I think Ankita is really pretty. It almost has a classic quality like Ann-Kitty.

  5. #39
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    I have a serious soft spot for Kitty, but only as a nickname. Katherine, Katrina, or even Caroline would work as a long forms.
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