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Renaissance227 Wed 08-Jun-11 16:24:35

What about Davinia for a girl?

Prinpo Wed 08-Jun-11 16:25:44

Sounds like Davina (which I've never liked) with a bit added on. Don't like it. Sorry.

valiumbandwitch Wed 08-Jun-11 16:28:38

I think it's ok. Davinnya is nicer than Daveeena which is a bit whiney sounding. Would people get it wrong and call her Davina? Say not like McCall, like Murphy.

I knew a girl whose real name was Davidinia. awful. No offence to any Davidinias out there.

Renaissance227 Wed 08-Jun-11 16:33:23

I've never heard of a Davidinia before. Yuk!! and again no offence to anyone with that name! smile

MynameisTerces Wed 08-Jun-11 16:36:25

No

Jemma1111 Wed 08-Jun-11 16:40:30

Not keen at all I'm afraid

MsChanandlerBong Wed 08-Jun-11 16:56:52

Hi Renaissance!!

I quite like it, but I do think there would be a lot of confusion with Davina. (For ages I was convinced the Hollyoaks actress was called Davina Taylor, as visually the two names look the same written down).

That said, my DH says I am obsessed with adding extra syllabels into names (eg I prefer Gabriella to Gabrielle, Leonora to Leona, etc etc)!!!

squeak2392 Wed 08-Jun-11 22:28:25

It's okay. I think Lavinia is a million times nicer though.
I think Davina's better than Davinia.

Karbea Wed 08-Jun-11 22:33:18

Lavinia just makes me think of toilets...
I don't like davinia or davina, but if you have to have one go with davina.

Renaissance227 Thu 09-Jun-11 08:44:59

I already know a Davinia and it seems to be very rare and unusual, which is part of the reason I like it.
It doesn't sound as common as Davina and I've never, until posting here, met someone who doesn't like it!
Thank you very much for your opinions anyway smile

hellokitty123 Thu 09-Jun-11 09:21:07

I like Davinia - it sounds elegant, feminine and is easy to pronounce/spell not only in English but most other languages too. And it isn't already used by thousands of other little girls. Lovely choice imo.

I also find Davinia more feminine than Davina - I like the -inia ending more smile.

Renaissance227 Thu 09-Jun-11 09:23:43

Thank you hellokitty smile

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