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  1. #1
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    How to get to the nn Berry?

    I love the nn Berry, but I feel like it needs a full name to go with it. But honestly, all I can think of as a long form for Berry is Kimberly, and Kim is so unbelievably inevitable with that it's not even funny, no matter how hard you push for a different nn. And even then, Kimberly to Berry is a stretch. Can anyone think of another way to get to it?
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    These are all the gifl names that i can this of to shorten to Berry right now:
    Alberta
    Amber
    Berenice
    Berkeley
    Bernadette
    Debora
    Liberty
    Roberta
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  3. #5
    Alberta
    Bernice
    Rowan (i read somewhere that it means red berry tree)
    Fresa/Fraise (strawberry in spanish and french)
    Barbara (ppl would probably call her barbie though which i think is cute)
    Bernadette

  4. #7
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    The following names match your search criteria:
    Bernadett (girl)
    Aberdeen (girl)
    Aberdine (girl)
    Aberesh (girl)
    Abernathy (girl)
    Alberta (girl)
    Alberte (girl)
    Albertha (girl)
    Albertina (girl)
    Albertine (girl)
    Amber (girl)
    Amberlee (girl)
    Amberleigh (girl)
    Amberley (girl)
    Amberly (girl)
    Amberlyn (girl)
    Amberlynn (girl)
    Amberr (girl)
    Amberson (girl)
    Anberlin (girl)
    Beracha (girl)
    Bérangère (girl)
    Berendina (girl)
    Berenice (girl)
    Beret (girl)
    Bergljot (girl)
    Berit (girl)
    Berkeley (girl)
    Berkleigh (girl)
    Berkley (girl)
    Berlin (girl)
    Bernadette (girl)
    Bernadine (girl)
    Bernardine (girl)
    Bernardita (girl)
    Berneice (girl)
    Bernice (girl)
    Berniece (girl)
    Bernita (girl)
    Berta (girl)
    Bertene (girl)
    Bertha (girl)
    Berthe (girl)
    Bertie (girl)
    Bertille (girl)
    Beryl (girl)
    Camberlie (girl)
    Canberra (girl)
    December (girl)
    Elberta (girl)
    Ember (girl)
    Emberlee (girl)
    Emberly (girl)
    Emberlyn (girl)
    Emberlynn (girl)
    Estember (girl)
    Kimber (girl)
    Kimberlee (girl)
    Kimberleigh (girl)
    Kimberley (girl)
    Kimberli (girl)
    Kimberlin (girl)
    Kimberly (girl)
    Liberata (girl)
    Liberta (girl)
    Libertad (girl)
    Liberty (girl)
    November (girl)
    October (girl)
    Robert (girl)
    Roberta (girl)
    September (girl)
    Timberly (girl)

  5. #9
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    If I met a little girl nicknamed Berry, I would assume it was just an adorable little pet name. I don't think Berry is one of those that really matters if the name has anything to do with the nickname.
    Some of these might be a stretch too but here's what I've got.

    Beatrice/Beatrix
    Bedelia
    Behira
    Belinda
    Bellatrix
    Benecia
    Benita
    Berdine
    Berenice
    Bernadette
    Bernice
    Bertha
    Berthild
    Bertila
    Bertilda
    Berwyn
    Beryl
    Bethany
    Bethel
    Bettina
    Beverly
    Alberta
    Amber
    Ember
    Iberia
    Roberta

    Alright that's all I've got.
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