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Thread: Bonnie?

  1. #26
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    Mar 2012
    Not sure how I feel about the name Bonnie.

    I know four Bonnie's, and three are related. I have yet to meet a young Bonnie, so that could be why I find it a bit dated.

    One relative calls his wife, Bonnie Rabbit (or just rabbit), in terms of endearment. I always thought that was cute.

    I, however, feel that Bonnie, fits in great with Rowen & Colt.

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  2. #28
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    Jan 2012
    I think Bonnie is super cute! I love that it means "pretty" in Scottish.
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  3. #30
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    Oct 2012
    South Australia
    I think Bonnie is great! It's a very pretty and sweet name I think it fits really well with Rowan and Colt.
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  4. #32
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    Nov 2011
    I don't know what "dated enough to be classy" means. It has a vintage feel for sure. I don't find it to be classic. And it's not overtly classy to me, though it isn't very trashy could skew in that direction more than, say, Elizabeth.

    I think Bonnie is kind of cool. It has all of the appeal that Ruby had 10 years ago. Seldom heard, old fashioned but not flowery & meek.

  5. #34
    Bonnie and Clyde has been mentioned but I personally find (and I really don't know how to phrase this...) that it makes the name feel less nicknamey and more varied as if sunny bright little girls and creepy serial killers(!) can pull it off then it makes it feel more substansial than Hattie or the like which seem more nicknamey... i hope somebody understands this...

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