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brianmayshair Sun 11-Sep-11 10:31:46

I really like it but hate Roz, is it inevitable she would get called Roz?

Cereal Sun 11-Sep-11 10:53:45

I think Roz is pretty likely, yes

MelinaM Sun 11-Sep-11 14:06:46

Yes, Roz or Rosie.

Kyrie Sun 11-Sep-11 14:09:01

I think yes Roz will happen, probably when she is teenager/adult. You could push for Rosie/Rosa when she is little.

Coralie is nicer imo and you wouldn't get the Roz problem.

BuntyPenfold Sun 11-Sep-11 14:45:25

Do you like Rosemary? I know several of different ages and it is never shortened to Roz.

DessieLou Sun 11-Sep-11 15:12:07

I like Rosalie...surely the obvious nn would be Rose/Rosie not Roz? I'm not sure it would be a issue but people soon learn when you correct them. I say go for it! smile

brianmayshair Sun 11-Sep-11 16:08:35

Thanks you, I think its back to the drawing board i like Rosa but really do have an aversion to Roz so should probably just steer clear. Love Coralie but have somebody in social circle with a Coralie.

DessieLou Sun 11-Sep-11 18:04:12

Good Luck!

dearheart Sun 11-Sep-11 18:30:13

We know a Rosalie, and she is always called Rosalie!

tammytoby Mon 12-Sep-11 14:34:01

I like Rosalie, with nickname Rose.

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