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Flossie2 Wed 31-Aug-11 12:55:09

Lovely girls name or a bit boring? I don't know any so hopefully not really popular. THanks

I think it's lovely. I wouldn't say it was boring, but perhaps a little safe.

m1nn1em0u5e Wed 31-Aug-11 13:05:13

I think its lovely smile

brodanbell Wed 31-Aug-11 13:05:29

a bit boring IMO. To me it's that good old middle name staple that goes with everything a bit like Jane and Louise have been in the past (maybe still are who knows!) How about Maya to make it slightly more interesting.

SenoritaViva Wed 31-Aug-11 13:06:35

I always think, 'or may not'. Sorry, my own quirk.

acsec Wed 31-Aug-11 13:07:07

I really like May. Not Maya - as a teacher I see more and more Mayas but no Mays. May is lovely.

Cereal Wed 31-Aug-11 14:01:02

Very pretty, and underused as a first name smile

MelinaM Wed 31-Aug-11 18:40:48

I like it, a lovely classic name, and the bonus for me is that it cannot be shortenedsmile

magicmelons Wed 31-Aug-11 18:46:04

May is lovely, i know a lovely adult called May, she is a real lady.

challengedanneka Wed 31-Aug-11 18:47:23

It's a very pretty name

icantthinkofausername Wed 31-Aug-11 18:52:06

Prefer it as a middle name smile

seaweed74 Wed 31-Aug-11 21:00:59

I like it spelt Mae. Know a really lovely little girl called Mae.

TangerineQueen Wed 31-Aug-11 23:24:37

Plus she'll be top of the class when it comes to writing their names as is nice and short!

I love it. Everyone knows it, but it's gorgeous and rarely used as a 1st name.

I'd love it if our surname was long enough to take it!

brodanbell Thu 01-Sep-11 13:24:29

'I'd love it if our surname was long enough to take it!'

How short is your surname? Mae West did quite well with it?!? I think its quite snappy with a one syllable surname.

TarquinGyrfalcon Thu 01-Sep-11 13:50:39

I think it's lovely as long as your short surname isn't Day

mumofbumblebea Thu 01-Sep-11 15:54:39

May is lovely! especially with the traditional spelling

MelinaM Thu 01-Sep-11 18:10:52

Mae is an awful spelling, Mai is marginally nicer but May is definitely the bestgrin

mathanxiety Thu 01-Sep-11 18:36:57

I agree it is much nicer than Maya, and the May spelling is my favourite. Looks like a real name and not a cocktail (Mai tai) or Mae West. I like it far more as a first name than as a second.

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