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February 9th, 2014 03:03 PM #1Junior Member
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I am a long term lurker on here, and pregnant with my second baby.
I would love some Nameberries' opinions on Dimity as a girl's name, I love it. And I love the nickname DimT. But I notice it is not actually listed on here. Have my pregnancy hormones sent me mad....
February 9th, 2014 03:04 PM #3
I've never heard of it. Try Amity instead.Raevyn, a pre-teenberry.Proper names are poetry in the raw. Like all poetry they are untranslatable. ~W.H. Auden
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February 9th, 2014 03:08 PM #5
I feel like you're gonna get a lot of opposition to that first syllable.Gwen: Film student, bookworm, and bad influence.
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February 9th, 2014 03:16 PM #719 year old name lover from England
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February 9th, 2014 03:29 PM #9
I'm just infinitely relieved I misread it as Dimitry.
Dimity... like, with the same cadence as Timothy? Where does it come from? I don't want to discount it if there's a history for it, but I have to say, people are going to say "Dimitry?" time and time again.
What about Demitra, Demitria or Demeter with the nn Dimi?Lucia
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