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What is Monty short for?

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Stormwater Thu 29-Sep-11 22:57:43

i can think of Montague, but feel like I'm missing another obvious one. Montmorency? I like Monty, but not sure if it should have a longer version too, seems like a nickname rather than a 'proper' name.

BeeBread Thu 29-Sep-11 22:59:13

Montgomery

ripdobby Thu 29-Sep-11 22:59:41

Montgomery?

Stormwater Thu 29-Sep-11 23:08:28

Ah yes, that's the obvious one! Dh is a Withnail geek, and he likes it a lot. Mongomery is better than the two I said but think I'd still need some convincing.

TangerineQueen Fri 30-Sep-11 00:00:35

Lamont

lurkinginthebackground Fri 30-Sep-11 00:12:13

I was going to say Montgomery too.

Meteorite Fri 30-Sep-11 09:42:23

Montogomery, Montague, Montmorency, Montel, Montayne.

Or you could try surnamey names like Belmont, Beaumont, Tremont, but probably not Delmont (Del Monte) or Norman Lamont!)

NoHunIntended Fri 30-Sep-11 17:55:55

We have a friend whose given name is Carlo, but we call him Monty (Monte Carlo).

Kaekae Tue 04-Oct-11 11:42:36

I love love love Monty, but not keen on longer versions of the name.

manicinsomniac Wed 05-Oct-11 03:36:34

I know a Monty and, as far as I know, that's what he was Christened.

thistlemuncher Wed 05-Oct-11 15:27:13

I would have said Montgomery too. But I went to school with a Monty but I think that was his full name, not short for anything.

PamBeesly Wed 05-Oct-11 17:34:46

I think it can be Montague too

whatever17 Wed 05-Oct-11 18:01:04

Montague!

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