Sage

(17 Posts)
Fifi2406 Sun 28-Apr-13 08:37:50

What do you think?

Yes I know it's a herb

SoupDragon Sun 28-Apr-13 08:40:15

I think it's a bit of an ugly/harsh sounding word. I know a Sorrel which sounds much better - possibly because it's more than one syllable.

Fifi2406 Sun 28-Apr-13 08:44:11

Unlike sorrel as well!!

Fifi2406 Sun 28-Apr-13 08:44:28

I like!

I like it smile

overtheseatocalais Sun 28-Apr-13 09:16:58

I really like it, and Sorrel too. Sophie Kinsella used Sage Seymour as the name of a Hollywood movie star in one of her 'Shopaholic' books. I think it's a bit edgy, but not weird. I also like Scout!

cuillereasoupe Sun 28-Apr-13 10:53:16

Girl or boy? Makes me think of Sage Stallone.

Not a good name if you have anything to do with France / French: for a kid, it means well-behaved, verging on goody-two-shoes.

Rhubarbgarden Sun 28-Apr-13 10:57:04

It means wise old man. No.

TwoTearsInABucket Sun 28-Apr-13 11:16:27

its an accountancy company isn't it?

lljkk Sun 28-Apr-13 11:25:04

Thumbs up.

insancerre Sun 28-Apr-13 11:26:23

you know they will get called saggy at school dont you?

DonkeysDontRideBicycles Sun 28-Apr-13 12:05:18

Quite out there and is it an accountancy package but could grow on me (no pun intended).

Sorrel puts me in mind of sorrow.

FingersCrossedLegsNot Sun 28-Apr-13 12:07:18

I like it

ALittleBitOfMagic Sun 28-Apr-13 12:09:08

I like it too . smile

pigletpower Sun 28-Apr-13 14:33:32

Pinks baby is called Willow Sage.

fussychica Sun 28-Apr-13 16:40:15

Not for me I'm afraid - ok as a mn but prefer Angelica, Sorrel or Rosemary from the herbs.

Caladria Sun 28-Apr-13 16:47:08

and Onion?

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