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September 3rd, 2013 12:51 AM #6Senior Member
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Winifred. It's more intuitive. I feel like the second "n" is unnecessary and makes the name more complicated than it needs to be.Arrietty Hazel, Blythe Frances, Elenore Alice, Greta Eliza, Iris Tabitha, Matilda Clara, Olive Madeline, Ruby Anne, Sally Clementine, Susan EloiseCalvin Oliver, Charles Eldridge, Finn Wyatt, George Arthur, Henry Nigel, Liam Ezra, Milo Everett, Samuel Hiram, Tobias David, Roland Oskar
September 3rd, 2013 12:56 AM #8
September 3rd, 2013 01:05 AM #10
Winifred- like @ikfly said, the second n isn't necessary at all.-Athena
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September 3rd, 2013 01:05 AM #12
Winifred - its the only way ive seen it, i view it as the "traditional way"
think you wont have to be correcting people all the time and telling them Winifred with two n's
the nickname Winnie is just that - a nickname. at least to me the majority of them double letters - Winnie isnt spelled with 2 n's because Winifred isi do not ignore the Rich Text toolbar provided me. i bold, italicize, enlarge, underline and CAPITALIZE for emphasis, individuality, and to capture attention among the endless Arial Standard Size Font that everyone else uses.
i am not screaming nor will i cosset you. i do this to highlight the most important aspect of my thoughts so they are not lost again in the never ending sea of tiny, black, tempered letters that make up forums everywhere.
~*~ i encourage you to do the same ~*~