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Alice Deborah or Alice Daisy?

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waitingforalice Sun 10-Jul-11 01:42:21

Both MN are family names. I guess Alice Deborah would be a more unusual choice these days but Alice Daisy is cute.

Which would you go for>

kreecherlivesupstairs Sun 10-Jul-11 08:47:34

Deborah. Far nicer than Daisy.

PaperBank Sun 10-Jul-11 08:59:41

Both lovely smile I'd go for Daisy, but I also like Deborah.

mollschambers Sun 10-Jul-11 09:03:30

Don't like Alice and Daisy together so Alice Deborah for me.

NorksAreMessy Sun 10-Jul-11 09:06:57

Ooh, Deborah is well overdue a revival, it's lovely.

Daisy is quite common in the under 10s round here (also the name of my Yorkshire Terrier)

i would be keener on Deborah Alice..for the same reasons (not the yorkshire terrier bit, but there are lots of Alices too)

birdofthenorth Sun 10-Jul-11 14:49:57

Deborah. Middle names tend not to get shortened so this is a good way to use the lovely Deborah if you happened to be less keen on Debbie or Debs. Flows well together I think

GwendolineMaryLacey Sun 10-Jul-11 14:57:31

Alice Deborah. Or preferably Deborah Alice smile

mandoo Sun 10-Jul-11 15:02:15

Daisy. have you though of any others? I love Alice Rose

pinkhebe Sun 10-Jul-11 15:03:32

Alice deborah sounds lovely

I like Daisy better than Deborah but I think Deberoh sounds better with Alice - Alice Daisy combines two names that are too similar imho.

DeborAh

PrincessScrumpy Sun 10-Jul-11 20:32:40

I like Daisy but not keen on Deborah. Alice is going to be our dd's name - just not sue whether to make it 1st name or nn. I'll start a thread... grin

Domesticbodess Sun 10-Jul-11 20:45:11

I think Alice Daisy is lovely.

DownyEmerald Sun 10-Jul-11 20:53:25

I don't think Daisy goes with Alice. Isn't there some rule about not repeating the number of syllables? I like Alice Deborah.

pilates Sun 10-Jul-11 21:14:22

Alice Daisy, Deborah is awful.

manicinsomniac Sun 10-Jul-11 22:41:09

Definitely Alice Daisy. Daisy is timeless but Deborah ages a person firmly into the 60s and 70s.

PaperBank Sun 10-Jul-11 22:45:45

Deborah is a great classic name. Deborah was a prophetess in the Bible and was the only female judge in the history of Israel. The name means "bee".

waitingforalice Sun 10-Jul-11 23:56:50

Thank you; I really am warming to Alice Deborah. It does sound rather nice! DH's favourite too so would keep him quiet.

waitingforalice Mon 11-Jul-11 00:27:42

And thanks for that info. Paperbank; very interesting!

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