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  1. #16
    Join Date
    Dec 2011
    Location
    La La Land
    Posts
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    Imogen, nn Immy
    That would be super cute.

    Im not a fan of Alden Jane, seems really clunky. What about Arden Jane? Still sort of tom-boyish with the sweet nn Ari.

    I like the suggestion of Emory nn Emme.

    Suggestions-
    Remington nn Remy
    Avery nn Ava
    Kendall nn Kenly
    Rowan
    Eden nn Edie
    Parker
    Palmer
    Reese
    Sidney nn Sia
    Danica nn Dani
    Hadley nn Haddy
    Adrian
    Chandler nn Annie
    Delaney nn Laney
    Frances nn Frannie
    Jordan nn Jory
    Mallory
    Marley
    Morgan nn Annie
    Reagan
    Scarlett nn Scout
    Sage
    Torin nn Tori
    Larkin nn Lark
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  2. #18
    you can go the Hollywood route and try Everest

    love Ember, has a lil feminine flair but strong.


    Alden Jane - is extremely masculine, try Adler instead - at least it has a little feminine connection through Irene Adler from Sherlock Holmes
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  3. #20
    Join Date
    Aug 2013
    Location
    Texas
    Posts
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    What about Elliot nn Ettie or Edie? Lottie? Definitely a boyish fn, and it has the Ls that you have in Ellison and Evelyn.

  4. #22
    Join Date
    Aug 2013
    Posts
    313
    I know you'll never go for Edwina, but I'll offer it anyway, because it creates the wonderful nn Winnie.

    Eugenie (Geni)
    Esmonde (Essi)
    Emory, Emmett (Emme)
    Edina (Eddie)
    Emeric (German boy's name, may sound a little too close to America and might cause confusion)

  5. #24
    Challenge: Girly nn out of boyish fn

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