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  1. #11
    Join Date
    Jan 2014
    Posts
    2,505
    I love granny names! They feel so soft, sweet and cozy. Looks like I'm late to the party, most of my old-fashioned favorites have already been suggested. I have a few more left to add, though.

    Alberta, Roberta, Berta
    Eugenia/Eugenie
    Wilhelmina
    Augusta, Augustina
    Esther
    Alma, Alba
    Lucinda
    Geraldine
    Alfreda, Freda
    Pauline
    Kitty
    polina ∙ 19 ∙ art history major ∙ web developer
    french/russian/swedish ∙ living in st. petersburg, russia

    clementineastridsidoniaottoline
    felixsebastianmiloatticus

    in the silence of your bones and eyes
    forgotten magic sits and waits for fire


  2. #13
    Join Date
    Apr 2010
    Location
    Canada
    Posts
    15,700
    Sorry to hear that you're feeling under the weather. Get well soon!

    From your list, I like...

    Nell
    Muriel
    Margot
    Flora
    Brigitte

    I love these vintage names...

    Bernice
    Claudette/Claudine (can't decide which one I like best)
    Myrna
    Bernadette
    Geraldine
    Eunice
    Mabel
    Millicent
    Agatha
    Edith
    Augusta
    Harriet/Hattie
    Sybil
    Mavis
    Winifred
    Euphemia
    Ruth
    Bridget
    Ingrid
    Estelle
    Lucille
    Rosamund
    Dulcie
    Marguerite
    Dorothea
    Theodosia
    Francine
    Esther
    Judith
    All the best,
    Mischa.

  3. #15
    Join Date
    Aug 2013
    Location
    Midwest United States
    Posts
    97
    Margot and Brigitte are on my short list for baby girl due August 24th, so I am partial to those

    Dans le même esprit, je considérerais:
    Jeanne
    Camille
    Agathe
    Irène
    Marguerite
    Agnès

  4. #17
    Join Date
    Jan 2012
    Location
    New York City
    Posts
    79
    Minnie makes me smile. Not just for the cutesy cartoon association-- I think it's a sweet, underrated name/nickname.

    My paternal g-ma's name-- Betty Lou.
    I love earthy and bohemian names.

    Luna . Samara . Juniper . Magnolia
    Cedar . Alasdair . Oak . Arlo

  5. #19
    Join Date
    Apr 2010
    Location
    Australia
    Posts
    1,364
    I'm not usually a fan of this style of name, however, I must say that the name Edith is one that's making me smile lately. I love the -th ending and the Edie- beginning - the two sounds work together really well - and although it is an old name, I can see it becing kind of cute too, working on a baby and child well.

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