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Meggie2110 Sat 18-Dec-10 21:38:48

I love this as a nickname but not as a proper name. I can only think of it being short for Alice or Alexandra (not too keen on this one).

BibiBelle Sat 18-Dec-10 21:41:51


Meggie2110 Sat 18-Dec-10 21:43:34

Even less keen on it :/

MistletoeMush Sat 18-Dec-10 21:44:28

I love it as a nm for Alice or Alison. Not so much for Alexandra as I'm not that keen on Alex

MistletoeMush Sat 18-Dec-10 21:47:17


EBDteacher Sat 18-Dec-10 21:47:24

nn for Amelie or Alena?

AllieW Sat 18-Dec-10 21:49:04


Northernrose Sat 18-Dec-10 22:27:48

Aliana - lovely meaning 'noble and gracious!'
Aaliyah (Hebrew) / Aliyah (Arabic)

SpinnyPenguin Sat 18-Dec-10 22:35:09

I'm an Alison.. Ali's a shit nn.

<pokes tongue>

ShoppingDays Sun 19-Dec-10 00:15:54


PocketMouse Sun 19-Dec-10 00:20:17

Sorry, but you can't give the nn Ali to anybody other than an Alison IMO (Alice perhaps, at a push)

If you like Ali, just call her Ali (just not Allie or Ally)

ChippingIn Sun 19-Dec-10 00:27:59

Think of something else grin

Blackeyeddog Sun 19-Dec-10 02:24:21

I like Aily (think Welsh)

ShoppingDays Sun 19-Dec-10 08:12:24

How about Abigail, with Abi for short?

meandjoe Sun 19-Dec-10 13:56:10

Arrgh I'm an Abigail and always wanted to change it to Allie or Amy! I love Allie. I don't think it has to be short for something. If u like it just use it as a full name. Could also be short for Alicia, alyssia.

Fuddymunster Sun 19-Dec-10 15:11:58

Natalie or Natalia

Firawla Sun 19-Dec-10 19:03:04

Ali is very boyish to me, if its for a girl I think Allie is better otherwise risks being mistaken all the time for a boy.

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