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  1. #1
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    Are there any mn's that go with this??

    I'm on a name kick lately so I'm probably posting a lot but here it goes.

    I love the name Millie. I do not like the full form of Mildred (yeck!) and I don't love Millicent. It's okay but I prefer Millie and why name a child Millicent if I plan on calling her Millie? I have two worries/issues with this name tho. One, does Millie stand up on its own as a name without a longer more formal version? I really love Millie and it just seems silly to use Millicent if she's never going to be called that and while I don't hate it like Mildred I just don't love it like I do Millie. Two, are there any middle names that go with Millie? I can't seem to find anything that sounds right with it! It's like the mn that goes with Millie is non-existent!

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    Libby Felicity Annalise Isla Phoebe Carina Violet Martha Ariana | Iowan Macsen Henry Isaac Jude Freddie Aneurin Niall Adair

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    I like Millie Rose and Rose has been a favorite of mine for a long time but I'm afraid most will see it as just a common "filler name". Millie Jane is nice (I've always loved Jane and think it is underused especially as a fn) but I wonder if it flows right with Millie since both are so short. Millie Louise is nice as well but do all the l's run together?

    Anymore suggestions would be great!

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    If you don't love Millicent, maybe you'd like Melisande, Melissa, Milla/Mila, Milana or Camilla/Camille.

    Picking a middle name for any of those would be different than picking one for Millie as a stand-alone...maybe because Millie sounds like a nickname, and people don't usually call a child by their nickname and their middle name all at once. I like Millie as a nn, but I'm not sure if it's enough to be on its own. Regardless, here are a few middles that might just work with just-Millie:

    Millie Beth
    Millie Jane
    Millie June
    Millie Claire
    Millie Fiona
    Millie Joy
    Millie Faith
    Millie Elisabeth
    Millie Adele
    Millie Grace

    Perhaps you could use a family name in the middle place? No matter what you choose, Millie is a cute name. And for what it's worth, I think Millicent is gorgeous.
    Matilda, Vera, Beatrix, June, Eleanor, Cordelia, Adelaide, Elisabeth, Leona, Daphne, Kathryn

    Edwin, Frederick, Calvin, Arthur, Walter, Rowan, Winston, Desmond, Keith, Robert

  5. #9
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    My husband and I are considering Miller for a girl NM Millie. The opposition leader of Ontario (Canadian province) gave us the idea. that's his 3 or 4 year old daughter's name and they call her Millie. We have family names set in stone for MNs so can't be of much help there, sorry!

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