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March 20th, 2017 04:06 PM #1Senior Member
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Full names for Bridie? 🐥🐥🐥
I love Birdie as a nn but would feel like she would need a longer, more 'serious' name for adulthood.
Any suggestions? Looking for as many as possible!
thanksNewton 'Newt' - Atlas - Zephyr
Roscoe 'Rusty' - Otto - Ingram 'Ingo'
Axel - Sullivan 'Van' - Elwood 'Woody'
Woodrow 'Woody' - Redding 'Red' - Riordan 'Rory'
Isadora Margot Lumi 'Zadie'
Lorelei Astrid Snow 'Lula'
Saskia Daphne Briar 'Sukey'
Calliope Tessa Primrose 'Poppy'
March 20th, 2017 04:23 PM #3
Adore Birdie. Birdie was what my dad called my mom. She passed 2 years ago this month. My Isabel Margaret Birdie would go by Isabel and Birdie. So my thought is that you could use Birdie as a middle name.
For first names, my first thought was either Beatrice or Beatrix "Birdie". I suppose any name that begins with B, better yet BI, and has an R or D sound in it. ~ shoulder shrug ~
Last edited by lovemysweeties; March 20th, 2017 at 04:25 PM.
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March 20th, 2017 04:25 PM #5Senior Member
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March 20th, 2017 04:31 PM #9Senior Member
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I love Birdie too! I think that it works intuitively for many names beginning with B: Bridget, Beatrice, Beatrix, Bertha, Brenda, Brianna, Bryony.
You might want to consider a nature name and use Birdie as a casual nickname, although it might seem like a stretch. Do you like any bird inspired names, e.g. Wren, Raven, Robin, Dove, Lark?
Honestly, I don't think Birdie is too outlandish. She's received some recognition from English singer Birdy (who is great, by the way) and would be lovely as a middle, or even as an unrelated nickname used between family.Grace, Writer, Name Hunter.
Lucinda Seraphine ~ Beatrice Lavender ~ Gaia Rosalind ~ Poppy Genevieve
Victoria, Gertrude, Emilia, Cordelia, Jasmine, Zinnia, Vivienne, Oriana, Louisa, Iris, Francesca, Sylvie, Arianne