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  1. #6
    New Adrienne question but it doesn't feel important enough for its own thread - would the nickname Ren work? Pronounced like Wren but just spelled differently?
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  2. #8
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    Adrienne is lovely and I like the nn of Ree more than Ren.
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  3. #10
    I've always loved the female name Adrienne. It reminds me of the 1976 Rocky movie... such a classic and underrated choice. Not masculine at all!

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    I know a girl named Adrienne! I think it's a wonderful name, very feminine.
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    I like Adrienne a lot (though I also like Adrian for a boy). I've known two Adriennes and they were both spunky girls. It's a fun, energetic name and it's very underused.

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