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  1. #11
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    May 2012
    I live in DC so when I hear Virginia I think of the state. (I’m there almost every day and went to college in Virginia). But if I could put that aside I think of it as rather regal and elegant.

    I tend to think of Virginia as a sort of virtue name. Virgin in this case meaning pure and un-affected by human activity. It was also the name given to the first English child born in the New World.
    Expecting Our First.....
    DH doesn't want to discuss names until
    we know if it's a boy or girl. GRRRRR ARGH!

  2. #13
    Join Date
    Apr 2012
    Yeah, the full name probably has some teasing potential among primary school kids, as have many names. I'm not sure why 'virgin' is so bad though- I'd much rather have a name meaning 'virgin' than 'slag'. Society's come to something when being a virgin is looked down upon, yeesh. I'm not so keen overall. It sounds distinctly American to me. I think it's clunky and, from what I have read/watched of Virginia Woolf, she's not someone I'd be keen to have as a namesake. I agree with the above poster though- in the middle perhaps it wouldn't bother you so much. Personally, I'd rather be a Dulcie/Nancy/Eilidh Virginia, than have it as a first name, though that's because I far prefer those names :/

  3. #15
    Join Date
    Nov 2013
    I'm neutral on the name because I can't get past the "I'd rather be in Virginia" advertising from the state. There's a TV show where the husband wears an "I'd rather be in Virginia" t-shirt and that's his wife's name.

  4. #17
    Join Date
    Nov 2013
    I love Virginia. I had a friend named Virginia, K-8th grade, no one teased her. Of course, I knew someone named Grace who was mercilessly bullied and called "Grease" and "Greasy" until high school. So, you really never know. I would be a little more worried about teasing if I lived in a country where, as you say, it is a very uncommon name. In the US, people don't bat an eye at the "virgin" association.... which, on its own, I have no problem with. To me, the concept of virginity isn't just a patriarchal farce intended to strip women of their power. It reminds me of the beauty of childhood, and the beauty of what comes after. I find virginity to be a very positive association.
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  5. #19
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    Nov 2013


    is a gorgeous name and I say ignore the imbeciles who joke about virgins and vaginas.

    My name is Leslie and when I was little some boys called me Lesbian. I froze them out and then it wasn't a problem any more.

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