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  1. #11
    Join Date
    Jul 2009
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    Re: Second Girl, Fourth Child--Suggestions?

    Your children have fabulous names! Of your picks so far I love Eleanor (totally biased), Rosalind and Tabitha especially.

    I think Portia would work nicely.

    How about Larissa nn Lara?

    Suggestions:
    Adela
    Allegra
    Amelie
    Annabel
    Astrid
    Beatrice nn Bea or Bess -- has the Shakespearean connection
    Camille
    Charis
    Christabel
    Claudia
    Cordelia -- ditto Beatrice
    Constance
    Cressida
    Dahlia
    Delphine
    Delia
    Elodie
    Emilia
    Esme
    Estelle / Estella
    Eugenie
    Evelina
    Evangeline
    Evadne
    Felicia
    Felicity
    Francesca
    Genevieve
    Hebe
    Hermione -- ditto
    Jemima
    Juliet
    Lavinia
    Leonie
    Leola
    Livia
    Luciana -- ditto
    Mariana -- ditto
    Mireille (mir-RAY)
    Mirabel
    Nerissa -- ditto
    Ophelia -- ditto
    Perdita -- ditto
    Romilly
    Romola
    Sabina
    Scarlett
    Sidonie
    Sybella
    Sylvia
    Sylvie
    Venetia
    Verity
    Viola -- ditto

    Have you thought of Mena/Mina as a nn for Imogen. If you like it, maybe it's something you could suggest to her as an alternative to Imo.
    Trends, styles and quirks of British names:
    www.britishbabynames.com

  2. #13
    Join Date
    Oct 2009
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    Re: Second Girl, Fourth Child--Suggestions?

    Hi Ponymom,

    How about Pandora? You can call her Panda or Pan for her nn.

    Or Persephone? nn Fon.

    Or Laramie? nn Mimi or Mims.

  3. #15
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    Aug 2009
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    Re: Second Girl, Fourth Child--Suggestions?

    With Bramwell (Bram), Rafferty (Rafe) and Imogen:
    Philippa - Pippa
    Penelope - Poppy, Penny
    Rosalind - Rosie
    Clara - no great nicknames, but this was my favorite from your list
    Tabitha - Tibby - from your list, I think this is adorable!
    Bianca - Bee (I second pp's suggestion of this--lovely given name and adorable, playful nickname), but shares Bram's initial which you may not like
    Gwyneth
    Elodie

    My favorites: Bianca nn Bee, Clara (but no good nn), and Philippa nn Pippa. Oh, and Tabitha nn Tibby!

    Good luck!

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