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Girl names ending in O

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iskra Tue 09-Aug-11 10:11:29

I'm drawing a blank.

Margo?
Erm...
Harlot? grin

Awomancalledhorse Tue 09-Aug-11 10:12:06

SuBo grin

InstantAtom Tue 09-Aug-11 10:15:48

Mo

InstantAtom Tue 09-Aug-11 10:16:49

Flo
Coco
Jo

bigbluebump Tue 09-Aug-11 10:18:09

Bo
Lilo

HoneyPablo Tue 09-Aug-11 10:18:24

I think that the 'o' in some languages is the masculine version, e.g Antonio, Carlo, etc.

jumpyjack Tue 09-Aug-11 10:21:05

Cleo
Juno

OhHelpOhNo Tue 09-Aug-11 10:22:11

Shiloh
Clio
Meadow

Www.nameberry.com/userlist/view/2041

OhHelpOhNo Tue 09-Aug-11 10:23:19

Willow ... oh, now I do like that one

BikeRunSki Tue 09-Aug-11 10:23:32

Cleo

But as someone has said "o" is often the ending of boy's names.

MsChanandlerBong Tue 09-Aug-11 10:24:29

Could it be just an 'o' sound... eg Harlow.
Or Rosario.
Leelo (might be made up that one... isn't that the girl off Futurama?!)

It's tricky isn't it. Agree with HoneyPablo that I think 'o' names tend to be the masculine version.

DessertsInReverse Tue 09-Aug-11 10:30:59

hero

ImpyCelyn Tue 09-Aug-11 10:52:00

Dido

Suncottage Tue 09-Aug-11 10:54:55

Nico

InstantAtom Tue 09-Aug-11 12:23:58

J-Lo

NattersAndMutters Tue 09-Aug-11 12:49:43

Echo
Socorro and Consuelo (Spanish)

MelinaM Tue 09-Aug-11 13:54:11

Calypso
Charo
Cielo
Indigo
Isabeau
Keiko
Lilo
Lucero
Melantho
Rosario
Sagrario

iskra Tue 09-Aug-11 14:57:08

I agree, it's a masculine ending for lots of names. I like Cleo though. Looking for a sister for Nina, unsure about having two -a names (my name is an -a name too)..

NattersAndMutters Tue 09-Aug-11 16:29:17

I would go for Clio rather than Cleo. Clio is a Muse, whereas Cleo is an abbreviation grin

birdofthenorth Wed 10-Aug-11 10:38:24

Rather an abbreviation than a car! smile

NattersAndMutters Wed 10-Aug-11 12:33:22

It never gave my cousin Marina any trouble .....

Camerondiazepam Wed 10-Aug-11 13:41:23

Or my Uncle Mondeo

HoneyPablo Wed 10-Aug-11 13:50:15

Cinquecento has a nice ring to it.

first1 Wed 10-Aug-11 14:13:57

Margot

hulabula Wed 10-Aug-11 15:06:27

In languages other than French Margot ends in a t, so Mar-gott.

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