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Molly vs. Useable in 2013?
Can I still use the name Molly in 2013? All the dogs named this don’t bother me, I’m more concerned with the MDMA reference. Wdyt- should I use it? We were thinking Molly Annabel or Molly Francesca, but I’m totally open to suggestions on that front. Thanks! -Annie
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Definitely usable. It’s ranked in the top 100 for baby girls right now I believe.
I personally like Molly and both middle name choices are great!
My friends daughter is 13 and her name is Mollie, and she has never had anything against it. BTW Mollie/Molly is a beautiful yet powerful name
Molly Annabelle is so pretty! You could always use the spelling Mollie if you are worried.
Yeah I had to really think about what Molly you are referring to. Honestly, I don’t think it would be that big of a deal. I like both names, but I think Molly Francesca a tad more. Less "L" sounds and I believe Francesca is not as common as Annabelle. (I know 3 Annabelle’s and 0 Francesca’s).
Molly is a beautiful name and still good to use but with that said it has sadly started going to the dog. I myself adopted a pup who came with the name molly which I hated because I thought it should be saved for little girls. I renamed the pup Miss Mauly Jinx and intended to call it Jinx but the molly stuck any way with the new spelling of Mauly (Oh well). My point is though it is a lovely name and a perfect name for your little girl you may run into problems at some point and regret your choice. My advice is give her a name that can be shortened to molly but that gives her other options if needed.
Here are a few suggestions:
Molissia (Would sound good with Annabelle and you could call here Molly or Lissa)
[ syll. mo-lis-sia ] The baby girl name Molissia has its origins in the Old Greek language. Molissia is a variant transcription of the name Melissa (English and German).
Mollissa (one leter diffrent from first choice but you may like one name better)
syll. mol-lis-sa, mo-lli-ssa ] The baby girl name Mollissa is pronounced as MAAL-IYSSAH †. Mollissa’s origin is Old Greek.
Mollissa is a derivative of the English and German name Melissa.
Mollissa is also a derivative of the English and Irish name Molly.
Molina (would sound good with annabel and she could go by molly, lin, or lina)
MO-lee-nuh is Spanish, means Windmill. The surname therefore is ’one who comes from a Mill’ or lives near a mill
Molinda (you can call her molly, lin, or linda)
Variation on Malinda or Melinda
****** My Favorite is Molina Annabel because it sounds trendy, sophisticated, powerful, and lady like yet is not over used when shortened to Molly it may be a perfect name for your daughter **************
Molly is a code name for a drug which would be the only thing I see wrong with it. I prefer the spelling Mollie but either way it’s a beautiful name and is a timeless classic!
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