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persephoneplum Tue 25-Oct-11 13:31:25

I'm interested to hear your thoughts on Blythe. I'm surprised I haven't seen it more. Have you got a little Blythe or do you know any? I think it's quite lovely smile

GooseyLoosey Tue 25-Oct-11 13:33:36

I like it, it makes me think of Wordsworth's poem "To the Coockoo" which starts: "O blithe New-comer! I have heard, I hear thee and rejoice. "

Slinkenstein Tue 25-Oct-11 13:34:33

I love it! Was on the shortlist if ds had been a dd. The only one I know of is the actress Blythe Danner (Gwyneth Paltrow's Mother).

hayleysd Tue 25-Oct-11 13:34:36

I know a Blythe whose 8.

GooseyLoosey Tue 25-Oct-11 13:35:10

There's Blythe Duff whose an actress in Taggert too.

MommaFeelgood Tue 25-Oct-11 13:35:14

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parttimedomesticgoddess Tue 25-Oct-11 13:35:46

I know a Blythe who's 3. It's not to my taste, but if you love it, use it!

MamaLazarou Tue 25-Oct-11 14:20:22

It's a lovely name, but round here it would be pronounced 'Blyve'. That may or may not bother you!

pinkgirlythoughts Tue 25-Oct-11 15:53:26

It's my surname (no E though). When I was in primary school, it was often pronounced 'blyv,' blight,' or 'blind.' Love it anyway, though!

meditrina Tue 25-Oct-11 16:02:32

I'd prefer Elvira, as I'm another who would think Noel Coward.

mathanxiety Tue 25-Oct-11 16:35:53

Lovely. Makes me think of a charmed sort of 1920s life.

FriggOmortisFRIGG Tue 25-Oct-11 16:49:27

i LOVE itsmile

ShroudOfHamsters Tue 25-Oct-11 16:59:07

Love it. Go for it. Could be B (Bee) for short.

ShroudOfHamsters Tue 25-Oct-11 17:00:26

...However I just said it out loud and realised that it is said exactly like blaidd, which is Welsh for wolf!!!

Fifis25StottieCakes Tue 25-Oct-11 17:15:42

I like it but couldn't use it as i live next to Blyth.
I used Romilly but theres Romilly Street in London.

Moblem Tue 25-Oct-11 17:22:24

My daughter's friend is called Blythe. Wasn't keen at first, because I like feminine names and I dont think it is particularly feminine. But it has grown on me and I have to say I do quite like it now. It does suit the little girl in question who I always end up calling Blythie.

GreenBlueRed Tue 25-Oct-11 22:03:52

Is it considered to be a boy's or girl's name? The only Blythe I know of is the eventer (male) from NZ, Blythe Tait, but the above examples are all female.

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