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April 22nd, 2013 12:20 AM #1
Longer names - Four letter nn
I'm kind of digging the fact that all of my favorite names either are four letters or easily/naturally shorten to four letters. I think this would be kind of an adorable "theme" for a set of siblings, so I was hoping you could help me expand my list of names that are longer (doesn't have to be LONG, just longer than four letters) that shorten to four letters.
My absolute favorite names are Alexander (Alex), Mark, Jack, Evan, Adam and Patrick (with no nickname... this is an outlier).
Some longer names with four letter nn's that I like are Nathan/iel (but have a fiance Nathan), Lucas, Colton, Finnian, Nicholas (nn Cole, never Nick), and Zachary.
Names I DISLIKE (to give you a better feel of my style) include David/Dave, Jacob/Jake, Joshua/Josh, William/Will/Bill/Liam, Matthew/Matt, Michael/Mike, etc.
I know I'm forgetting a ton and I hope you lovely berries could help me out! Thank you in advance!
April 22nd, 2013 03:24 AM #3
Paul, Kent, Cole, Clay, Clayton nn Clay, Clint, Clinton nn Clint, Kirk, Kenton nn Kent, Ezra, Rhys, Reid, Evan, Ewan, Harmon nn Harm, Quentin nn Quen, Quincy nn Quin, Seth, Stanton nn Stan, Stanley nn Stan, Porter nn Port, Tucker nn Tuck, Thomas nn Thom, Truman nn True, Oliver nn Olly, Eben, Everett nn Ever, Andrew nn Andy, Lars, Dell, Lindell nn Dell, Kane, Rafferty nn Rafe, Colm, Colt, Colter nn. Colt, Aron, Emyr, Amir, Jace, Jett, Finnegan nn Finn, Finn, Griffin nn Griff, Griffith nn Griff, Garrison nn Gary, Bart, Gary, Bartholomew nn Bart, Kristopher nn Kris, Thaddeus nn Thad, Kian, Kellan nn Kell, Braxton nn Brax, Mortimer nn Mort, Mason nn Mace, Amos, Ephraim nn Ephy, Joseph nn Joey, Joel, Johnathan nn John, John, Jude, Judah nn Jude, Marshall nn Marsh, Mitchell nn Mitch, Jericho nn Rico or Jery, Bary, Judd, Jensen nn Jens, Zane, Zachary nn Zach, Zachariah nn Zach, Zacharias nn Zach, Wendall nn Dell, William nn Will or Liam, Weston nn West, Westley nn West, Easton nn East, Eastman nn East, North, David nn Dave, Davis nn Dave, Charles nn Chas, Charleston nn Chas, Nash, Nashville nn Nash, Crew, Shea, Shay, Karl, Carlton nn Carl, Trig, Burt, Ernest nn Erny, Leonard nn Leon, Alexander nn Alex, Anthony nn Tony, Alexis nn Alex, Cash, Dash, Cooper nn Coop, Eugene nn Gene, Leon
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April 22nd, 2013 03:32 AM #5
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April 22nd, 2013 10:31 PM #9
Should have been more clear – Definitely not looking for a nickname for Patrick. Just using it as a reference of what I love. In addition I don’t want any long names for the names I’ve mentioned… well aware Evan, Mark and Jack COULD be Evander, Marcus and Jackson, but they’re on my list as their shortened form cause that is how I like them.
Tfzolghadr, wow. Long list. Let me attempt to tackle it. After eliminating the four letter names with no longer form (like Paul), any five letter names (North, Clint), names I’ve already admitted to not liking (Will, Dave) and those names that don’t seem to naturally shorten (Charles/Chas, in my opinion) I’m left with:
Ones that are not my style at all:
Clayton, Stanton/ley, Lindell, Windell, Rafferty, Colter, Finnegan (already like Finnian), Garrison, Bart, Kris, Thad, Mort, Judas, Jericho
Ones I do like:
Quincy/Quin (though I could never use, cause of the misspelling of Quinn), Porter (though Port is kind of weird), Thomas (LOVE, will be a middle name), Everett, Andrew (though Drew is more preferred), Joseph, Mason (though Mace is a stretch), Johnathan (HATE JOHN), Zachary, West, Easton, Anthony (Andy, not Tonu), and Cooper.