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September 1st, 2013 06:31 PM #21
September 1st, 2013 06:40 PM #23
I like Tosh and I find it to be more aesthetically pleasing than Finley.
Maculine yes... but that seems to be a thing these days.
I would support Tosh on a girl.
I find it similar to Tish so I'd suggest Letitia / Leticia for Tosh.
Tosh.o was my first thought but it wasn't that strong of an association for me and I watch him every week.
I also like the Peter Tosh. I'd use it as I like it... but I'd prefer it as a nickname, If not its fine
September 1st, 2013 06:43 PM #25Senior Member
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I like the idea of Natasha, or even Natosha for a full name and Tosh as a nn, but if she doesn't like Tosh she could always choose later on to go bu her middle name Also thanks torchwood mention, I knew I remembered Tosh but couldn't remember her full first name
And I have never heard the word Tosh used as British slang ever, so that's nothing to worry about.
September 1st, 2013 06:43 PM #27~Boys~
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September 1st, 2013 07:49 PM #29Senior Member
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I thought of Tosh.0 first too. I'm a huge Tosh fan and can honor your reasons for wanting to go with Tosh, but I think the mere fact of Daniel Tosh's celebrity right now could make having that name a little weird for a young girl. I love Tish as a nn for Elizabeth (if that is a consideration) and like the suggestion of Tash (pronounced Tosh) as a nn for Natasha.
But I also have to say your first suggestion of Finley Evelyn Rose sounds perfect to me