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  1. #1
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    Azalea... first or middle?

    So it's come to my attention that I kind of like the name Azalea... and not because of Iggy. Actually because both the house I grew up in and my grandparents' house across the street both had azalea bushes, and I have a lot of memories of playing pretend under the azaleas. Plus they're just pretty, happy flowers and my grandmother used to dry them in the pages of my grandfather's books... a few fell out in my lap the other day while I was reading and just made me smile.

    What do you think, first or middle?

    I sort of like it with Beatrix as a first name... Beatrix Azalea? Don't know what I would pair with it if Azalea was the first name. And, if it was a first name, do you think Zealie is too much of a stretch for a nickname? There's always Lea, but it's just okay to me.

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  2. #3
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    I personally like Azalea in the first name spot. Azalea Beatrix flows very nicely. I don't think Zealie is too much of a stretch. It's actually quite cute. There is also Zaylie, Ayla (like Kayla w/o the K), or Z as possible nicknames.
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  3. #5
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    Quote Originally Posted by erin91 View Post
    I personally like Azalea in the first name spot. Azalea Beatrix flows very nicely. I don't think Zealie is too much of a stretch. It's actually quite cute. There is also Zaylie, Ayla (like Kayla w/o the K), or Z as possible nicknames.
    Exactly my thoughts

  4. #7
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    Azalea sounds like Azaria to me. Azaria was the name of the baby stolen by a dingo in Australia, so I don't like it.

  5. #9
    I concur with Erin91. I also like Z best as the nn.

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