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Thread: Southern Names for a girl?
May 30th, 2014 04:59 PM #1Junior Member
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Southern Names for a girl?
So we have a bit of a name problem. Since DH and I first got serious, we had our girl name picked out. Avery Lynn was going to be her name. Avery is a name full of meaning for me, because it was my Papa's name who was a war hero and MY hero. However, I am apparently so vain that the popularity of the name Avery is starting to change my mind. I am not pregnant but I hope to be soon. Lynn is a family name so it must stay. To give you all a feel of DH and I, we are very southern and want a name that fits us. Maybe even names that are too "cutesy" for some people's taste. Here's what we have so far. Opinions would be very appreciated as well as suggestions!
Avery Lynn (still on our list even though too popular)
Clara Lynn (DH isn't fond of it but I am)
Isabelle Lynn (nn Izzy, this is DH's very favorite but again popularity concerns me)
I know a lot of people will suggest Savannah but we have a few good friends named Savannah so that won't work. Thank you all in advance!!
May 30th, 2014 05:05 PM #3Senior Member
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May 30th, 2014 05:24 PM #5
Avery Lynn is great! I also love Sadie Lynn. How about
Tessa Lynn (instead of Tessie)
not southern necessarily, but maybe a few you like....
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May 30th, 2014 05:29 PM #7
May 30th, 2014 05:49 PM #9
Georgia Lynn / Georgina Lynn
Twila / Twyla Lynn
Talullah Lynn / Tallulah Lynn
Rosa / Rosie Lynn
Clea Lynn (CLAY-uh)
I like Sadie Lynn and Tessie - I think they have a lot of spunk and would age well. Annabelle Lynn is incredibly beautiful, as Clara Lynn. Good luck and happy naming!