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Thread: thoughts on Amy?
August 28th, 2013 01:50 AM #11Senior Member
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September 1st, 2013 12:06 AM #15
September 1st, 2013 04:47 AM #17
As so often happens with names, my opinion on Amy was totally changed by meeting an absolutely delightful girl with this name. Yes, it's a little dated, but still falls firmly in the "short and sweet" category. I prefer Amy as a nickname, and actually know another woman named Amy whose legal name is Amelia. It seems a bit too slight to stand on its own.Simon, Eloise, Faye, Judah, Thea, Marina, Felix, Iris, Cordelia, Roscoe, Lydia, Jasper, Phaedra, Adrian, Lucinda, Jane, Wallace, Finnegan, Sylvie, Charlie, Juniper, Atlas, Matilda, Julian, Alice, Marlowe, Octavia, Jack, Marigold, Ruby Louise, Archer, Violet, Gabriel, Persephone, Dov, Louisa
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September 1st, 2013 05:03 AM #19Senior Member
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Amy, in theory, feels dated, but I think it's the sort of name that delights anyways. I don't think it needs to be a NN of a longer form name. I prefer the spelling Amy because it is my aunt's name...I understand the spelling of Aimee, but it just looks like it's trying too hard. Amy is a simple, happy name...it doesn't need so many vowels!Current favorites: Olive, Louise/Louisa, Magdalene/Madeline, Phillipa, Talitha, Mallory, Blythe, Eliza, Mercy, Talia; Calvin, Charles, Gideon, Abram, Jude, Reuben, George, Reid, Clark, Holden.