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  1. #1
    Join Date
    Aug 2013

    Question Gregory on a GIRL??

    Okay, so Gregory is decidedly very masculine, but could it be used for a girl to honor a grandfather? As a first name nn Rory or as a middle? Opinions are welcome
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  2. #3
    Join Date
    Jun 2013
    I would definitley pick Gregoria over Gregory. Gregory is just too masculine. Rory is a cute nn, I also like Gia and Gigi as possible nicknames.

  3. #5
    Oh dear, that seems far too masculine for a little girl. Not meaning to be rude. And I think Rory is very masculine as well.
    Greer is the Scottish female form of Gregory, and would suit a little girl much better. I'm not personally a fan of the name Greer, but it's better than Gregory in my opinion.
    There's also Gregoria and Gregorina.

  4. #7
    Join Date
    Jul 2013
    My brother's name is Gregory and no way Gregory would work it's a very very masculine name. Maybe just name your daughter Rory or Greer instead? A girl would be bullied so much for being named Gregory.
    Just a 15 year old name lover.

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  5. #9
    No, please don't. Author Anne Rice's real first name was Howard Allen after her father and she changed it. Give her a female G name or name her Rory or Gia.

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