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August 29th, 2013 12:40 AM #6Senior Member
- Join Date
- Mar 2012
Judith, NN Judy
Suzie, Susie, and Suki - via Susan, Suzanne, and Suzette (Susanna would be the most currently stylish but I don't think of it as the most '50s)
Sarah NN Sally - Sally feeling more '50s to me than Sadie which feels a bit older.
Bonnie, and Bonita
Elizabeth or Beatrice, NN Betty/Bette/Bettie
All the -ette names feel '50s to me (Claudette, etc) but not all of them feel happy.
Tammy feels very cheerful to me and I like it but a lot of people hate it.
Cynthia or Lucinda, NN Cindy
Katharine NN Kitty
Florence NN Florrie/Flossie
Elizabeth NN Birdie
Yeah, Sally, Susie, Betty, Kitty, Cindy... it's the diminutives that make them adorable.