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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.
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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.