View Poll Results: Too old ladish or not ?

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  • Yes , its too old ladish

    16 16.67%
  • No , its not

    80 83.33%
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  1. #11
    I don't think it's old-ladyish. The only Hazel I know is in her 40's. (One of my mom's friends.) I really can see it working on any age.
    Theodore Arthur

  2. #13
    Join Date
    Sep 2013
    I've only met one lady named Hazel in my life and she was older, but she was the most lovely kind hearted person I've met so I only have positive connotations! The Fault in our Stars book has certainly helped people see it as a younger name, I just hope it doesn't become too popular after the movie adaption comes out because this name is fast growing on me, love it!

  3. #15
    Join Date
    Jun 2011
    I have known a few Hazel's and they have all been animals. I just don't se the appeal of Hazel on a little girl and I love vintage names.

  4. #17
    Join Date
    Nov 2012
    The only Hazels I've met were at least 70. I can't see the name on anyone under the age of at least 60, and, as boyandgirl said before, I just don't see the appeal of it.
    Ian Alexander Cameron Blaise Damien Cole Axel Sean Callum Bryce Lennox Beau
    Blair Annevieve Camryn Atalya Piper Caydence Tallulah Sage Senna Kai Haven Lux

  5. #19
    Join Date
    Jul 2013
    For me, yes it is too old-ladyish.
    Not expecting, just having fun collecting names!

    My name is Erin. I am 24 years old and I have been a proud name nerd since I was 10.

    Ladies: Juliet Elaine, Madeleine Audrey, Emilia Noelle, Lydia Caris, Elodie Katherine, Carys Emily, Victoria Elise

    Gentlemen: Jonathan Rhys, Wesley Jay, Roman/Rowan Gabriel, Evan Parker, Elliott Jude, Dawson Cole, Jude/Judah Nathaniel, Rhys Nehemiah, Everett Jacob

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