Vintage Nicknames for Girls

There's a group of vintage nicknames for girls that were used in the distant past and are all but forgotten now. The following might be worth a fresh look. Check our larger Nicknames for Girls list for more choices. And if it's adorable you're after, check out this list of cute baby names, which includes lots of nickname-names.

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  • Flory

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    Florence is back, and the adorable short form Flory (or Florie) is too. Or you could just choose Flora and cover all bases with one stroke.Read More 

  • Flossie

    Gender: F LoveDislike

    Flossie was an extremely popular Florence nickname that was used independently in the early twentieth century, given to over five hundred girls per year a century ago. Flossie was one of the... Read More 

  • Flossie

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    Flossie was an extremely popular Florence nickname that was used independently in the early twentieth century, given to over five hundred girls per year a century ago. Flossie was one of the... Read More 

  • France

    Gender: F LoveDislike

    This geographic name has lots of Gallic elan. France Nuyen is a French-Vietnamese actress who starred in the Broadway hit The World of Suzie Wong. Read More 

  • Fritzi

    Gender: F LoveDislike

    Like Mitzi, the bubbly Fritzi shows signs of rising again. Has a bit of a comic-strip feel.Read More 

  • Hattie

    Gender: F LoveDislike

    In the USA, Hattie is one of those nicknames that is now more popular than its parent name, Harriet. While Harriet has been missing from the Top 1000 for more than 40 years, Hattie reached #488 in... Read More 

  • Ibby

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    Sounds a bit baby talk -- itty bitty Ibby -- but Issy isn't much better. Read More 

  • Immy

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    Diminishes the beauty of the original.Read More 

  • Jeanie

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  • Jessie

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    Jessie has never been used as much as Jennie/Jenny, partly because it's a boys’ name as well (spelled Jesse), but it does have a friendly and... Read More 

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