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January 25th, 2014 02:45 PM #6
Ah, my name! I used to hate that I was an Emily, since I went through school being referred to as "Emily C." for years. However, I'm 25, so I was named right around the time Emily was really booming. Now that I'm older, I really appreciate my name for it's simplicity and beauty! I agree that the name does get shortened "affectionately". I had all sorts of goober nicknames in middle/high school that make me laugh in retrospect.
Anyway, yes, I think it's a great name, but I could be a little biased.- Em
Jameson Lewis - October 11th, 2014
Warner Boone | Ezra Forrest
Arlo / Dexter / Elliot / Asher / Dempsey / Everett / Samuel / Ronan
Ivy Jocelyn | Serena Pearl
Lorelei / Caroline / Hazel / Marian / Nadia / Margot / Ramona
January 25th, 2014 03:09 PM #8
One more thing, at my summer camp, there are three girls named Emily P. But one goes by a version of her last name, another goes by Em or a version of her last name, and the third goes by Emily. They make it work. There are also 4 Allison's. 1 Alison goes by Ali, another goes by Allison A- because her last name starts with A. Another is Al, and the last is Allison. Popularity isn't too big a deal, people make their names work for them.
Beatrice, Jane, Rosie, Alexa, Harriet & Adeline
Gideon, Charlie, Sawyer, Flynn, Henry & Lachlan
January 25th, 2014 03:18 PM #10~Emily
Annabel, Carlotta, Tamar, Jubilee, Lorelei, Lola, Josie, Alice, Indira, Claire, Liliosa, Vivienne, Ella, Abigail, Ivy
Jameson, Samuel, Archer, Dominic, Barnaby, Paul, Henry, Oliver, Jadon, Isaac, Harrison, Lawson, Ezra, Rhys
"The most beautiful voice in the world is that of an educated Southern woman."
(Stolen from @tabby)
January 25th, 2014 03:29 PM #12have courage, and be kind.
Edith, Florence, Sybil, Elsie, Evelyn, Lucy, Matilda, Vera, Poppy
Violet, Mabel, Minnie, Jane, Marigold, Lily, Cora, Martha, Alice
George, Atticus, William, Thomas, Henry, Daniel, Ernest, Albert
Matthew, Charlie, Louis, Hugo, Patrick, Andrew, Lachlan, Winston
January 25th, 2014 03:32 PM #14Senior Member
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Emily is a lovely, timeless name. I don't think it will ever fall out of favor. I do think that some other Em- beginning names will become more popular, as people love the sound but are looking for ways to make it more ... unique? So in that case going with the original Emily or Emma might be unique!