Marlo, Marlow or Marlowe or none?

(35 Posts)
namesstress2323 Thu 24-Nov-16 15:01:51

which do u prefer? x

up for name suggestions also!

DoYouRememberJustinBobby Thu 24-Nov-16 15:03:55

None

TheNaze73 Thu 24-Nov-16 15:04:19

None

LucyInTheSkyWithDonuts Thu 24-Nov-16 15:06:36

None

It's an appalling name (for a boy I presume). You might as well just call him Rotherham, Hull or Slough.....

PoldarksBreeches Thu 24-Nov-16 15:07:17

If you must then Marlowe but best not

CryingShame Thu 24-Nov-16 15:12:24

Arlo would be better but, of those 3, Marlowe.

hippoesque Thu 24-Nov-16 15:13:11

Marlowe has always been in the bank in case I had a girl! It's beautiful

QueenOfTheNaps Thu 24-Nov-16 15:26:38

With the e is feminine I think?? (Don't quote me on that)
I would go for Marlow.
I quite like it but seems I'm in the minority on this thread grin

Elbi Thu 24-Nov-16 16:02:35

I like it too but would spell it like the saint: Malo

BonusNewt Thu 24-Nov-16 16:03:27

I like it, and would go for Marlow or Marlowe but definitely not Marlo

plimsolls Thu 24-Nov-16 16:03:48

Marlowe is the name of Sienna Miller's daughter I think. So have assumed Marlowe to be a girl's name.

BonusNewt Thu 24-Nov-16 16:04:13

I assumed boy!

TwitterQueen1 Thu 24-Nov-16 16:07:04

No. None of them.
It's a place, not a name for a child. St Malo is also a place in France.

If you must have something similar, try Marley. But then everyone will cry whenever they see him/her and think about golden retrievers...

KlingybunFistelvase Thu 24-Nov-16 17:12:01

None

17caterpillars1mouse Thu 24-Nov-16 17:34:15

Marlow if boy, Marlowe if girl, Marlo if a dog. I don't like it

Sophronia Thu 24-Nov-16 17:59:37

Marlo

PoldarksBreeches Thu 24-Nov-16 18:45:58

Why marlo? It's the worst. It's not even from anything.

user1470686892 Thu 24-Nov-16 20:55:51

Like it for a girl, I'd choose Marlowe I think.

No one liked Autumn until it had a Royal connection, now everyone loves it.
I think it's a strong cool name.

eyebrowsonfleek Thu 24-Nov-16 20:59:36

Marlow is a place in Buckinghamshire (where I live) so not a name for a person IMO.

SueGeneris Thu 24-Nov-16 21:01:25

Marla?

Wasn't she the female lead in Fight Club?

EnriqueTheRingBearingLizard Thu 24-Nov-16 21:02:34

Milo maybe? If it's for a boy that is.

MadameJosephine Thu 24-Nov-16 21:05:10

I met a little girl called Marlowe just the other day, I think it's a lovely name

livinglooney8 Thu 24-Nov-16 21:08:46

None. There are so many beautiful names out there. Not this one.

Bagina Thu 24-Nov-16 21:11:13

Marlo Stanfield was from The Wire, and a right nasty bastard! Christopher Marlowe: very literary.

user1470686892 Thu 24-Nov-16 21:19:01

Does a girls name have to sound be beautiful?

Can't it sound strong and kick ass?

Stockard Channing for example.

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