Menu
Page 2 of 2 FirstFirst 1 2
Results 6 to 10 of 10
  1. #6
    I like the idea of Wally for a girl! It could work! I would probably lengthen it and use Wally as a nn, but that's just my style....

    Wallene
    Wilda
    Wyndolyn
    Waverly * (I think this would be really cute!)
    Winona Alice* (Love!)
    Last edited by river_dweller; June 12th, 2019 at 09:11 PM.
    Just for fun...GP/Combos I like...

    Girls:
    Spencer Rosemary
    Troian Esme
    Clarke Winona
    Dorothy Mae

    Boys:
    Harford Talon
    Isaac Hawthorne
    Hector Clay
    Victor Cove

  2. #8
    Join Date
    Aug 2013
    Location
    KC => SC
    Posts
    5,404
    Wally makes me think of Wall-E so I not only have a hard time picturing it on a girl, I have a hard time picturing it on a human.

    Wallis nn Wally would be better.
    Abby | 20 | Psychology Student | Writer


    Names I can picture myself using on a daughter
    Part 1: The Soft & Sweet

    Aveline Yara | Mabel Connelly | Louise Hadley | Georgia Esme | Hazel Fifer | Ivy Zenobia
    Viola Arden | Iris Michaela | Vivienne Hero | Nola Xanthe | Maeve Alaska | Willow Ariadne
    Saela Vesper | Siena Blake | Mila Ariadne | Phoebe Willa | Daphne Louisa | Sage Cordelia

    💜

  3. #10
    Join Date
    Feb 2016
    Location
    UK
    Posts
    6,890
    It means “idiot” here in the UK, so I’m not a fan. I do quite like Wallis, though.
    ♀ J. M. + ♂ K. V. + ♀ A. H.

    Flora Beatrix • Nell Cosima • Tess Apolline • Zosia Primrose
    Asa • Caspar • Florin • Ivo • Jem • Lupin • Rafe • Sasha • Tor

  4. #12
    Join Date
    Jan 2018
    Location
    🇬🇧 | 🇦🇹 | 🇭🇺 | 🇫🇷
    Posts
    276
    As previous posters have said, a 'wally' is a term used in the UK to refer to a silly person, so I'm personally not sure. I also think of 'Where's Wally', which isn't a bad association, but it's one that will be at the front of most kids' - and many adults' - minds.

    I'm not much of a fan of Wallis, either - it makes me think of both Wallis Simpson and Wallace of Wallace and Gromit fame. I might change my mind if I heard it on a real life child, though.

    I love previous suggestions of Wallene, Wilda, and Winona Alice as ways of getting to Wally!
    Harriet Morgana ❁ Philippa Nimue ❁ Celeste Theodora
    Adelaide Sunniva ❁ Isabelle Zinnia ❁ Juliette Lavender

    Gwen | Honor | Mara

    Alexander János ❁ Edwin Snowdrop ❁ Arthur Beowulf
    Tristan Prosper ❁ Rupert Taliesin ❁ Percy Lysander

    Radu | Dorian | Otto

  5. #14
    Agree with posters who suggest using it as a nickname. Walda is one option for full name that I haven't seen mentioned in this thread.

Tags for this Thread

Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts
  •