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I have a list of my favorite girl names in the first commet. Please tell me what you think of the names.

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Poll created: Mar 05, 2021
Total Votes: 0


posted by Poster :: 1 month ago | report
I like Astrid, GG, Sue, Chloe and Margaux
posted by Anon :: 1 month ago | report
Astrid- sounds to space like and dreamer

Thylane- timeless and unique

Eleanor- Beautiful and traditional

Gabrielle- Graceful and Telling

Margaux- sounds boyish and made up

Chloe- trendy and flowerlike

Morena- Modern and whimsical

Zipporah- Snappy and adventures

Charlotte- Peaceful and Classy

Beatrice- Bubbly and Friendly

Cassandra- Lovely and elegant

Georgina- harsh and clumpy

Suzanne- Classic and sweet
posted by Guest :: 1 month ago | report
My opinions, since you asked...
Astrid- seems somewhat harsh, like the word astringent. Also I'm a tad bit worried about starting a name with as*
Thylane- thigh-lane? seems really weird and not attractive. I'll pass.
Eleanor- a classic that has surged in popularity. Seems people are really liking Ellie as a nickname and Eleanor is one way to get that, though I don't think you'd have to go that route.
Gabrielle- ok as a full name, but I've never really liked Gabby (too talkative) as a nickname.
Margaux- I don't really care for this name, or this spelling
Chloe- I've never liked this one for some unknown reason. I don't mind Zoe though.
Morena- too close to moron. Lorena? Marina? Marlena?
Zipporah- an unusual Biblical name, I'm not sure if the accent is on the Zip or the Por syllable. I feel the zipper jokes will get old fast.
Charlotte- never really liked this one, though now it's quite popular. However I do like Charlotte a lot better than Charlie and Lottie.
Beatrice- very old-fashioned. I guess it's what people consider "vintage" these days, meaning old in an acceptable way.
Cassandra- This used to be a name I really liked, but I've cooled on it, partly because of the as* in the name and the nickname Cassie. I do like Cassidy however.
Georgina- I think of Grandma Georgina from the book Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. So by association, this is a name for someone really old!
Suzanne- It's ok, but I much prefer Susanna.
posted by Guest :: 1 month ago | report

Margot- spelled like this
Georgia- prefer over Georgina
posted by Lana :: 1 month ago | report
I love Chloe and Georgina!! Astrid just makes me think of a$$ tread.
posted by SoonToHave3 :: 1 month ago | report
Astrid-I love the idea and meaning of this name. Not sure I like the sound.
Thylane-Sounds like a medication to me.
Eleanor-Nice, elegant, classic.
Gabrielle-Not a fan.
Margaux-Love the name. Prefer Margot/Margo.
Chloe-It's ok. Kind of cutesy.
Zipporah-It's growing on me.
Beatrice-I appreciate this name.
Cassandra-Love! No nicknames, though.
Georgina-Not a fan.
Suzanne-I like the name, but I've never known a Suzanne who has actually gone by this name. They always end up as Suzy, a name I detest.
posted by Miss Nomer :: 1 month ago | report
My favorites are:
posted by 4kidmom :: 1 month ago | report
Astrid - strange name
Thylane - even stranger
Eleanor - dislike
Gabrielle - like
Margaux - not my taste
Chloe - like
Morena - different
Zipporah - a little out there, but has a good meaning
Charlotte - overused
Beatrice - matronly
Cassandra - like
Georgina - meh
Suzanne - favorite on the list

Likes: Suzanne, Chloe, Gabrielle, Cassandra
Intriguing - Zipporah
posted by Guest :: 1 month ago | report
Astrid - love. strong and sparkly
Thylane - seen it a lot on here lately. its elegant and pretty, but will get mispronounced a lot
Eleanor - pretty, elegant, medieval. Possible pronunciation differences between various accents
Gabrielle - used to dislike it but its grown on me a little. I hate Gabby but like Bree
Margaux - Classy, elegant. This is my fave spelling of this name
Chloe - eh, bit overused. Cleo or Clover are nice though
Morena - This means 'good morning' in the national language where i live, so seems like a weird choice to me
Zipporah - Spunky, but overly biblical sounding for my personal taste. i kind of love zippy or ziggy for a nn though
Charlotte - way overused, but such a warm soft sounding name
Beatrice - used to hate it as clunky, then i liked beatrix but not beatrice, now im loving beatrice as an elegant edwardian soundign name. bea is spunky for a nn
Cassandra - casserole
Georgina - too harsh for me. i ike georgia, georgie, gigi, even georgiana instead
Suzanne - dated
posted by Guest :: 1 month ago | report

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