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  1. #1
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    Nov 2013

    Nanette - am I crazy?

    I've been obsessed with Nanette lately, but I do like to take the overall impression of the name (classic, dated, trendy, hipster, elegant, nicknamey, etc.) into consideration. Problem is, I have no idea what kind of impression Nanette might make on people. Is it quirky yet polished? Or frumpy? Or silly? What would you think if you met a little Nanette?
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  2. #3
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    Oct 2013
    Hm... I never disliked it, but I do dislike the nickname Nan. If you were to use it, I'd use Anne or Etta for a nickname. I would definitely not mind meeting a little Nanette!
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  3. #5
    I have an older relative named Nanette. She has always been beautiful and kind, dark hair, dark eyes. It has always given me a warm soft spot for this name

  4. #7
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    Jun 2013
    I personally don't like it. To me it sounds too nicknameish thought it's not a short name. The name is also in my opinion too sweet and frilly.

  5. #9
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    Jun 2011
    I think it's cute!

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