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Thread: Pip?

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    Our youngest is 7 months, but Archie is being broody so I might be pregnant again soon...Anyways, I'm here to talk names, not kids!

    What do we think of Pip for a girl? I was reading Pippi Longstocking to Jem the other day and kept thinking Pip could be a cute addition to our sibset. Is it usable?
    ♂Jem Dashiell
    ♀Lou Magdalena

    Daisy. Nell. Olive. Wren. Lumi. Zelda. Margo. Una. Neva. Tansy. Mavis. Fern

    Hart. Finn. Kit. Leo. Emrys. Fox. Jago. Magnus. Saul. Jude. Rue. Ezra. Arlo

  2. #3
    Join Date
    May 2015
    To me Pip is strictly boy. I think you can name her Philippa, Penelope or Piper and call her Pip. You can also use Pippa which is so adorable!
    Aurora | Philippa | Estella | Nava | Chiara | Valentina | Raisa | Lavinia
    Edward | Maxim | Reuben | Leonardo | Matteo | Henry | Sebastian

  3. #5
    Join Date
    Oct 2017
    Not a huge fan, but it could work. It's a bit flimsy, to be honest.
    alec jarvis + vincent ishmael + sidney balthazar +
    lazarus gauguin + jemuel zbigniew

    magdalena persis + amedea lumi + susan circe +
    phoebe octavia + leonie townshend

  4. #7
    I think Pip is cute! I could see it working for a girl.

    Although, for me I would want it strictly as a nn, and have a full name version as well. From looking at your signature I'm not sure that's your style, so I'll second the suggestion of Pippa.
    Just for fun...GP/Combos I like...

    Spencer Rosemary
    Troian Esme
    Clarke Winona
    Dorothy Mae

    Harford Talon
    Isaac Hawthorne
    Hector Clay
    Victor Cove

  5. #9
    Join Date
    Sep 2016
    This one I love as a nickame. It doesn't make a great full name in my view. Pippin?

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