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Posted 11 January 2014 - 09:11 PM

My sister is pregnant with a little girl and is leaning towards this name. Her boyfriend is liking it too. But Gordon for a girl? Is that normal to you? I came up with Ainsley Grace when they asked for name suggestions. They adore Ainsley but came up with Gordon as a middle name instead. I don't think it sounds good on a girl...Do you?

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Posted 12 January 2014 - 09:29 AM

My Beloved Grandpa was called Gordon and he was a VERY masculine Farmer, so the thought of a Baby Girl called Gordon is just WRONG for me, sorry!! What about Giordana? Ainsley Giordana is GORGEOUS!! :D

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Posted 16 January 2014 - 04:17 PM

I'm so sorry but Gordon just sounds so masculine to me! I may be biased also... (I'm British and we think of Gordon Brown ugh)
Maybe you could consider something similar to Gordon, but slightly more feminine?
Ainsley Georgina
Ainsley Gabriella
Ainsley Gillian
Ainsley Gwendolyn
Ainsley Giselle
Ainsley Gwyneth
Ainsley Guinevere
Ainsley Gail
Ainsley Giovanna
Ainsley Genevieve
Ainsley Georgette

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Posted 17 January 2014 - 08:30 AM

I assumed that this was talking about a boy, sorry! Ainsley is unisex, so to pair it with a blatantly male name makes it seem like a boy. 


How about:

Ainsley Caroline

Ainsley Hanna

Ainsley Vivienne

Ainsley Calla

Ainsley Annabel

Ainsley Savannah

Ainsley Claire

Ainsley Noelle


Or maybe something really unisex... Ainsley Reese, Ainsley Addison, Ainsley Reagan.

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