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Thread: A middle name for Edith?
August 19th, 2013 06:36 PM #1Senior Member
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A middle name for Edith?
My sister is having a baby and is strongly considering the name Edith...Last name is short, one syllable.
She is more drawn to two syllable middle names with a second syllable emphasis (i.e. Louise, Marie)
I am trying to convince her to try out longer middle names because I think they add elegance (i.e. Genevieve, Rosemary)
What are your suggestions?
Last edited by irexshicanbabe; August 19th, 2013 at 07:01 PM.
August 19th, 2013 07:03 PM #3
I think something like Edith Camille or Edith Noelle would be lovely, actually. Although something longer is lovely, too! What about something with emphasis not on the first syllable, but that's a bit longer? Like:
Edith Serena (LOVE THIS!)
Good luck to your sister!Lise
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