Advanced search


(6 Posts)
picnicbasketcase Thu 20-Oct-11 20:51:13

I heard a child called it yesterday. I thought it soundly vaguely dirty. But I'm probably being quite mean so do feel free to shout me down. What do you think?

Psammead Thu 20-Oct-11 20:55:28

It sounds a bit non-British, perhaps.

I am not keen on it - minky or minger spring to mind. But if it's a foreign name then that's a bit different, isn't it?

Or maybe it's a nickname.

I certainly haven't heard it before.

Rhubarbgarden Thu 20-Oct-11 21:02:14

Could it have been Nienke (pronounced Ninka)? It's a common Dutch name.

picnicbasketcase Thu 20-Oct-11 21:20:33

Accents didn't sound non-Brit, but you may well be correct. I could have misheard it. I hope so, Nienke is prettier than Minka smile

mopsyflopsy Thu 20-Oct-11 22:09:54

Sounds german to me. I know a Tinka, short for Katinka.

Fixture Thu 20-Oct-11 23:41:02

Minky washing lines, ironing boards, clothes airers

Join the discussion

Join the discussion

Registering is free, easy, and means you can join in the discussion, get discounts, win prizes and lots more.

Register now