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what do you think of the name..

(11 Posts)
MayMummy11 Thu 08-Sep-11 22:06:14

Ned (one of the shortened versions of Edward) ?

pinkpetrol Thu 08-Sep-11 22:07:14

Love it was my choice if I had a boy

susiedaisy Thu 08-Sep-11 22:07:47

Reminds me of a book I had as a child about a donkeygrin Edward is a good name but I am not keen on any of the shorten versions of it, ted, eddy etc

GlaikitFizzog Thu 08-Sep-11 22:09:50

Ned in Scotland is used to describe someone who might be a bit chavvy, so I wouldn't personally use it. If you are no where near scotland then it's probably fine.

I prefer Ted as a NN

LetThereBeRock Thu 08-Sep-11 22:10:05

Awful.It has an ugly sound,and here,Glasgow,it means 'thug' or 'chav'. It's best reserved for carthorses.

Edward is nice though.

evamummy Thu 08-Sep-11 22:20:59

Awful. It sounds like 'not' in German (nicht in a Hessian accent).

Cereal Thu 08-Sep-11 23:48:59

It makes me think of horses.

I prefer Ed or Eddie, or just Edward without a nickname. Ted is OK too, but Teddy is a toy's name.

MelinaM Thu 08-Sep-11 23:50:32

Nooo, Ted/Teddy is far bettersmile

...agree with the horses commentgrin

No. Teddy is lovely as a nn for Edward though.

I also had 'Ned The Lonely Donkey' and it used to make me cry!

Kayano Fri 09-Sep-11 17:28:13

I think of Ned Stark :D although he was Eddard

susiedaisy Fri 09-Sep-11 20:30:42

Ah yes that was it Ned the lonely donkey I loved that bookgrin

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