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  1. #6
    Why is it considered tacky? I like Audrey but Edith is really musty and old I really dontl likeit

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    I would go with Eden or Edie (both very pretty names). You can't go wrong there

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    Edwina? No, I presume that's too old-fashioned.
    I like Etta or Edith.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bluesparrow5684 View Post
    Why is it considered tacky? I like Audrey but Edith is really musty and old I really dontl likeit
    The Y in Audrey is not used in traditional Dutch names, it is associated with English/American names, which are often viewed as tacky. Same goes for Kelly, Destiny, Cindy, Kimberley, Shelley, Courtney, Britney, Lindsey, Shirley, Samantha, etc.
    I associate it more with Audrey Hepburn and Audrey Tatou, two elegant actresses.
    Edith is growing on me, but a bit old..
    Last edited by phloxie; December 9th, 2012 at 05:03 PM. Reason: additions

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    Quote Originally Posted by penguin View Post
    I like Edana and Edda.
    I like Edda, and Etta on paper, but not out loud. Thank you for the suggestions!

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