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    Unhappy Biff, really?

    My Dad told me today, that Biff is becoming a popular girls name in our area, as a variation of Elizabeth... Why? :/ There are so many nicer variations.
    Last edited by sodallas3; April 24th, 2014 at 07:41 PM.

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    I never understand the Elizabeth nicknames. I feel like any time anyone likes a new name that isn't long enough or substantial enough to be its own name, they make it a nickname for Elizabeth.

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    I remember reading books about Biff, her brother Kip and their dog. It was a series of reading books for each reading level, I think there are much nicer alternative nicknames for Elizabeth than Biff.

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    I've never heard of a Biff short Elizabeth the three I know go by Lizzie, Lizzy and Beth. I agree that there are so many nicer nicknames out there
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    Oh wow... I have never heard that. That would be a hard nickname. I instantly thought of beef. For Elizabeth I like Eliza, Liza, or Beth. Not Liz, or Lizzie!! Elizabeth has always been a hard name for me to wrap my head around. I had a friend growing up named Elizabeth, and people called her Lizard, or Lizard Breath. I could see Lizzie the Lezzie being said too. Kids and some adults can be so mean. That turned me away from the name.

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