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    Advice on middle name for Kitty

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    Last edited by clairelandrews; January 15th, 2019 at 07:07 PM.

  2. #3
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    Nov 2018
    Are Kitty and Kate their full names or just nicknames? If nicknames go with the full Catherine (Katherine). I do think Kitty mn Kate is too much. What about second names of Grandma Kitty or sister Kate. Other alternatives would be Katrina, Catriona, Caterina, Katelin/Caitlyn/other spelling. These all belong to the Catherine family. Kitty and Kate also belong. Maybe a new name to honour Grandma and sister would be special. Beatrix would be a great middle name.

  3. #5
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    Nov 2016
    Kitty and Kate generally have the same meaning and derive from the same name - using Kitty could count as honouring your sister too. You could consider using your sisters middle name too maybe?

    Otherwise, something like Kitty Beatrix Kate could work.
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  4. #7
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    Jun 2017
    Since Kitty and Kate are both derived from Katherine, I think using either one or Katherine honors both. If this doesn't feel sufficient for you, I like the suggestion of using the middle name of one or the other. Maybe you could use Kitty and your sister's middle name.
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  5. #9
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    I actually like Kitty Beatrix Kate. It's playful and quirky!
    Mama to Beatrix

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  6. #11
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    Jul 2013
    Quote Originally Posted by cactusgram View Post
    I actually like Kitty Beatrix Kate. It's playful and quirky!
    Also, but I must agree Katherine might work better.

  7. #13
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    Nov 2011
    I'd go with Katherine nn Kitty and pick another name for a middle.

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    May 2013
    Sorry for my English. They aren't my first language, and I try my best.

  9. #17
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    Mar 2016
    I would go for Katherine nn Kitty and have that honour both or else Katherine or Kitty with sister’s middle name. A final idea is to have Kate nn Kitty as first. I like it in theory but Kitty and Kate in one name too much for me even if separated. But I get that it could be a fun and fresh name!
    Last edited by eloiset; January 12th, 2019 at 04:26 PM.
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  10. #19
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    Apr 2017
    I love that your using Kitty as the first name.
    I really liked the suggestion on Kitty Amelia Kate.
    I think a soft more than one syllable name for inbetween such as Amelia
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