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  1. #1
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    Help! feminine name with a unisex nn??

    I really love the nn Charlie for a little girl, but would like a full name that is more feminine. I like Charlene but not in love with it. Any suggestions? Is there any names I have overlooked? I am open to other suggestions, but want to stick with a name that has a unisex nn. I am also not interested in anything too popular. Any feedback would be greatly appreciated!

  2. #3
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    Re: Help! feminine name with a unisex nn??

    Quote Originally Posted by justjen
    I really love the nn Charlie for a little girl, but would like a full name that is more feminine. I like Charlene but not in love with it. Any suggestions? Is there any names I have overlooked? I am open to other suggestions, but want to stick with a name that has a unisex nn. I am also not interested in anything too popular. Any feedback would be greatly appreciated!
    Charlotte
    Charisma
    Caroline
    Charla
    Charity
    Charlise
    Charlisa

  3. #5
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    Re: Help! feminine name with a unisex nn??

    I really love Dot's Mom's suggestion of Charlotte for Caroline.

    I know that somewhere there's a long thread featuring boyish nicknames for feminine names, but I haven't been able to located it. (I'm so sorry! I'm sure that someone will be able to dig it up!)

    In the meantime, you may also like:

    Arabella: Ari
    Alexandra (popular): Alex
    Aurora: Rory
    Augusta: Gus/August/Augie
    Camille: Cam
    Francesca/Frances: Frankie
    Georgia/Georgiana/Georgina: Georgie
    Juliet/Julia/Juliana: Jules
    Louisa: Lou/Louie
    Lavinia: Vinnie
    Matilda: Mattie
    Samara: Sam
    Thomasina: Tommie
    Veronica: Ronnie


    Good luck! :-)

  4. #7
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    Re: Help! feminine name with a unisex nn??

    Charisse - derived from Charis, Greek, "grace"
    Charis is ok itself, not sure how to say it. I went to junior high with a Charisse. She wasn't called Charlie, but another one may.

  5. #9
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    Re: Help! feminine name with a unisex nn??

    lol you have very good taste:) Charlie is the perfect nn for a girl and full form is usually Charlotte. Good luck:)
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