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June 23rd, 2014 12:51 AM #1
Nicknames: What are your favourites?
I am quite a fan of nicknames, particularly the older sorts like:
Connie - Our ex-pharamicist's name, I always thought she was lovely, the only long form I like is Contessa and its completely unusable.
Bonnie - my good friend and Bonnie Blue was so adorable!
Etta - Etta James, need I say more?
Ibby - Found this in a novel and thought it was adorable.
Tess/Tessa/Essie - My Mama's name is Theresa and goes by Terrie so I love these.
Ellie - It reminds me of the little girl from The Water Babies.
Elsie - My great-grandmother's name.
May - Just has such a gorgeous sweet sound.
What are your favourites?
'Jess' Jessica Emily Faith
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Elsa: Mystical, magical, completely unique, baffling and all her own
Ronan: Spicy, little boys wearing plaid shirts, running around in kneeless jeans, playing in the mud and being mischievous.
Mary Belle - Conrad - Elaina/Elena? - Jonas
June 23rd, 2014 12:58 AM #3Senior Member
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Pippi - the nickname of one Pippi Longstocking, one of my childhood heroines. I like Pip, as in Philip Pirrip of Great Expectations, for boys.
Meg - I prefer Meg to any of its original forms. It has charisma to me, I don't know why.
Jess - sounds so bright and happy to me, but I dislike Jessica, and am not in love with Jessamine. Tess and Bess just don't have the same spark, to me.
Effy - I like the sound, but the sole association people have is with a character from a TV show, and it couldn't short for anything other than Euphemia, really.Amedeo Enjolras Aristotle Leonardo Archer Olivier Mischa Liam Caspian Benedict Theodore FitzwilliamRosalie Evangeline Mirabelle Ophelia Alice Elisabeth Stella Titania Artemis Cicely Margarethe Thalia Astrid
June 23rd, 2014 01:04 AM #5
June 23rd, 2014 01:07 AM #7
Annie - This is my best friends (full) name, and I think that's why I love it so much.
Cora - I love the sweetness and the vintage charm of Cora, but I don't like it as a full name for some reason. I love Cordelia nn Cora.
Gwen - This is a new love for me, and I love it as a nickname for Guinevere, Gwendolen and Gwenllian.
Hattie - There's something about vintage nicknames that I just love. Harriet nn Hattie is perfect.
Effie/Effy - I can never decide which spelling I prefer for this one, but I've loved it ever since seeing Elizabeth nn Effy on the tv show Skins. (The UK version). It's now a nickname for Persephone on my list.
Essie - So cute. I love Cressida nn Essie.
I also love Lottie for Charlotte and Bea for Beatrice/Beatrix.
June 23rd, 2014 02:30 AM #9
Ellie, Edie, Evie, Athie / Attie, Atta, Rosie, Ru, Mamie, Vinnie, Winnie, Kitty, Annie, Belle, Renny, Nell, Hattie, Hettie, Etta, Else, Elsie, Bee / Bea, Lotte, Lottie, Gussie, Augie, Artie, Hess, Ziggy (I know this is a bit of a stretch, but I love it for Zelda), Florry, Otto (for Ottoline and Ottilie), Ollie, Frankie, Billie, Ama, Lil, Ceil, Fae (for Ferelith. Another stretch. ), Nevie (Genevieve), Mab, Wendy (Gwendolen, but I prefer just Wendy), Van (Evangeline), Teddy (Theodora), Thea, Theo, Dot, Dottie (all ditto), Lamby (Bellamy), Ami (ditto), Delphi (Delphine), Dash (Dasha), Aggie, Raffy, Seffy (Sefarina), Effie, Lennie (Valencia / Valentine), Minnie, Nim (Minerva), Ginny, (Ginevra), Nan (Nanetta), Tabby, Aura (Aurora, Auriel, etc. Prefer just Aura though), Mency (Clemency), Clem, Lou, Louis / Louie, Ursie, Bertie, Essie, Esme (Esmeralda).Momo Flora