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Thread: Shiloh?

  1. #1
    Join Date
    Apr 2014


    I have adored the name Shiloh for as long as I can remember, but I'm not sure whether or not this name would work in real life. Could a little girl, a teenager, a professional woman and an elderly woman hold this name well? Would it look out of place in England (among Sophias, Lilys, Emilys, Claires, Lucys etc)?

    Eryn, 21, England
    Hoping for a little Lyla Rose or Ezra Jack

  2. #3
    Join Date
    Dec 2014
    The times are changing and uncommon names like Shiloh may give you some hesitation but it's really a lovely name. It's harder to imagine on an older woman because it's less traditional.

  3. #5
    Join Date
    Jan 2012
    I love Shiloh but for a boy, and despite the use on Angelina's daughter, I only picture it on a boy. I would much rather see an elderly man named Shiloh than a lady...
    Florentina Arleen Belle & River Isaac James

    Zeke Gabriel Asher - Atlas Xavier Louis - Oren Zachary Jude
    Bear William Oscar - Leif Sebastian Arthur
    Pandora Ottilie Winter - Indira Persephone Rose - Elowen Matilda Carys
    Adelaide Junia Scarlet - Clemency Eden Willow

  4. #7
    Join Date
    May 2014
    East Coast
    I know three people named Shiloh. A 23 year old man, an 18 year old girl and a woman in her late 30's. They all wear it well. It's such a fun name than people won't forget.
    Alexandria Kate
    Full time baby name lover who does hair on the side.

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    Sawyer . Lincoln . August

  5. #9
    Shiloh is lovely, I know a teenager with the name and a brand new baby. It fits both ages, and I could easily see it on a woman in any stage of life. While "edgy," it still has a history (biblical city) and isn't anywhere near "kre8if."
    Lauren B.

    wife of L.P.. mom of H.V., O.S., and E.F..

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