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    Corinne?

    Just wanted to hear what everyone thinks about the name Corinne?
    Gracie ~ Teen Berry ~ Not Expecting, Just Planning

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    Corinne is a lovely name. I love the meaning, the sound, the look, everything! It's so pretty and would work as a middle or first name. Hope I helped.
    Erin (Writer, Nerdfighter, Ravenclaw; Not expecting, just collecting)
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    I love Corrine (or Corinne... I think that's the original spelling but Corrine looks a tiny bit better to me for some reason). It's so pretty. It's on my long list for being so old-Hollywood and slightly dated, but ageless at the same time. I quite like Connie.

    I want to love Corinna (coh-RIN-ah) but it sounds too much like the word coroner to me.
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    Love it! So underused.

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    Love. I've seen it spelled with a double or a double nn as well as both! Corrinne. I also think I prefer it over Corinna as well.

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