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Okay. Rosa? Or...?

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iskra Mon 29-Aug-11 07:16:36

Floundering around for names at 37+ weeks still!

We both like Rosa - would be Rosa Jane.

DP has vetoed Arabel, Cleo, Orla, Tamsin. I have vetoed Erin.

Still not sure about Rosa, worried that it's quite popular what with Rosie, & also concerned that it's too "matchy" with DD, who is Nina.

Any guidance?!

belgo Mon 29-Aug-11 07:17:48

It's lovely.

MsChanandlerBong Mon 29-Aug-11 08:27:54

I think Rosa and Nina sound lovely together (and not too matchy).
If you both love it, I would go for it!!
[envious face - as DH and I are still struggling to find a name we both love!]

MissHonkover Mon 29-Aug-11 08:49:04

Lovely. Elegant and unusual without being try hard or weirdy.

seeker Mon 29-Aug-11 08:51:15

I think Rose sounds better with Nina.

noddyholder Mon 29-Aug-11 08:52:56

I love it. Ds is 17 and one of his friends is called rosa and she is lovely! It is pretty without being weak and is quite rare.

everlong Mon 29-Aug-11 08:57:50

Not keen would prefer Rose.

I think I would go for a longer name to go with Nina.

Francesca
Alexandra
Charlotte
Isabella

billgrangersrisotto Mon 29-Aug-11 09:04:46

Rosa is my favourite girls name but DP hates it, so can't use it. Go for it - I will live vicariously through you!

muminthemiddle Mon 29-Aug-11 10:45:10

I think Rosa is more uncommon than Rosie or Rose. It goes well with Nina.
I also like Arabel.

ivorytowers Mon 29-Aug-11 15:12:35

I have a 5 yr old Rosa and have Nina in mind if I ever had another girl, so I would say definitely yes. A longer name would be less 'matchy'..but honestly, I don't think that's the first thing people will think of when they hear her name

TheSecondComing Mon 29-Aug-11 20:43:07

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iskra Mon 29-Aug-11 20:49:43

oh, I LOVE Clementine or anything that gives the nickname Clem - DP won't go for it, & given the surname starts with a C that puts me off it a bit.

Afraid I don't think we like longer names! Always seem drawn to two syllable names confused - although we did waste Catherine on DD's middle name. & for some reason I don't like Rose.

Hm.

iskra Mon 29-Aug-11 20:51:48

alliterating surnames also rules out Clara!

TheSecondComing Mon 29-Aug-11 20:56:13

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nellyjane Tue 30-Aug-11 15:53:07

I love Rosa. Elegant, and unusual without being weird. Beautiful. I know what you mean about matching with Nina, but I think they actually work quite well together. They do sound similar, but also individual.

janeandmichaelbanks Tue 30-Aug-11 18:14:56

I love Rosa (DD1 mn so I kind of have to plus she is names after someone - Luxemburg). Goes with Nina in a good way.
Clementine sounds a bit odd with Nina if I'm honest.

TheSecondComing Tue 30-Aug-11 19:54:01

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