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(14 Posts)
Oopsie Mon 13-Jun-11 19:17:26

Tell me honestly, is this just plain odd?

mistressploppy Mon 13-Jun-11 19:20:25

A little, maybe. But if you're eccentric enough to carry it off, why not?

tiredlady Mon 13-Jun-11 19:25:00

It's odd.
But if you like it, do it.
I'd think you could get away with it more in, say, Islington than Wolverhampton though.
(no disrespect to the inhabitants of either, but you know..)

DialMforMummy Mon 13-Jun-11 19:46:49

not good. Alberta?

PatriciatheStripper Mon 13-Jun-11 21:03:20

Albertine immediately brings to my mind the lovely fragrant pink rambling rose of that name.

SloganLogan Mon 13-Jun-11 23:28:50

I prefer other "tine" names like Clementine, Christine, Justine, Leontine.

Merle Tue 14-Jun-11 08:10:11

I like all the 'tine' names. I prefer them to girl's names ending in 'a' or 'ly'.

You should use it - maybe a bit eccentric? Not sure why but don't think that's a bad thing!

sophiesmummie Tue 14-Jun-11 13:51:54

I like it too, also like Christine, Severine, Caroline.

tammytoby Tue 14-Jun-11 14:01:40

I've not heard it much before but actually yes, I quite like it. Would be lovely to meet a little Albertine smile.

rachel1970 Tue 14-Jun-11 14:19:03

Lovely. Prefer it to Alberta (which is a county in Canada to me).

squeak2392 Tue 14-Jun-11 20:32:42

I don't like it - sounds kinda like a alcoholic drink, and also I just see Albert. If this is a girl, I much prefer Alberta.

manicinsomniac Tue 14-Jun-11 23:42:57


I don't like Albert so none of the feminine versions sound good to me personally

Gilberte Thu 16-Jun-11 12:53:17

Have you been reading Proust?

I love it but then I would wouldn't I? wink

Oopsie Thu 16-Jun-11 16:10:47

No, I've actually been watching John Wyndham's Chocky on YouTube.

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