View Poll Results: Flossie or Florrie?
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Florence nn Flossie
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Flossie as a standalone name
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Thread: Flossie or Florrie?
July 6th, 2014 01:52 PM #6Senior Member
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July 6th, 2014 04:38 PM #8
I adore Florence (see my signature), and I also adore Florrie and Flossie. Flossie is my favourite nn for Florence by a smidgen though. I actually love Flossie and Florrie as standalone names- very spunky and Victorian. I do have a bit of trouble imagining a middle aged Flossie though, so I see your point.Momo Flora
July 6th, 2014 08:23 PM #10
I absolutely adore Florence, though I don't think a nickname is necessary. While I don't love any nickname options for Florence, I do prefer Florrie over Flossie. Flossie does have vintage charm, but it also makes me think of dental floss. Out of the two, I think Florrie would work better as a standalone name.
Here's a fun fact, I actually know a female Florian who goes by the nickname Florrie. She would be 16 this year.
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July 6th, 2014 08:51 PM #14Senior Member
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