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Thoughts on the name Nina?

(24 Posts)
Welovecouscous Thu 22-Nov-12 15:18:55

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PaperBagPrincessIsMyIdol Thu 22-Nov-12 15:16:07

I love it, DH wasn't so keen and we've now got a Nia (Welsh for radiance) which suits her perfectly. My DM also thinks Nina is an old lady name!

WhoWhatNow Thu 22-Nov-12 10:19:49

I love it, it was on my shortlist for dd3 - didn't go with it in the end but think its a lovely lovely name.

pjsgalore Wed 21-Nov-12 22:49:24

Thanks everybody!! I'll keep Nina firmly on the top of my list then! DH beginning to like it too

gobbin Wed 21-Nov-12 22:35:06

Lovely name. Only ever taught one Nina and that was 22 years ago, it's time for a comeback!

SunsetMojito Tue 20-Nov-12 19:16:42

We have a Nina. Its simple, beautiful and cool! Great choice!

purplecrayon Tue 20-Nov-12 14:02:07

I like it, I know 2 little Ninas and they are both nice girls.

RillaBlythe Tue 20-Nov-12 13:59:54

My Nina is 4. Love it. Classic.

turkeyboots Mon 19-Nov-12 16:02:42

I know a baby Nina, but to me its a 30 year olds name as I went to school with loads of Nina's.

B1ueberryS0rbet Mon 19-Nov-12 15:49:57

I like it. It makes me think of Nina Carberry - who has succeeded in a man's field!

ggirl Mon 19-Nov-12 15:37:50

Sorry I'm not keen , always makes me think if nee naw

TerrorNotSoFrightened Mon 19-Nov-12 15:36:14

Love it, if DS had been a DD this would have been the one we chose.

Kelerina Mon 19-Nov-12 15:24:42

I know a Nina who's full name is actually Janina.....

Crumm24 Mon 19-Nov-12 13:45:57

Love it!!

dieciocho Mon 19-Nov-12 13:44:38

I love it, but DP has vetoed it. Not sure why.

pigletpower Mon 19-Nov-12 13:42:07

...and the Neurons.

MulledWineOnTheBusLady Mon 19-Nov-12 09:47:47

It's not grannyish. Florence, Lily, Rose, Daisy etc are grannyish (though I like them), and Nina doesn't fit in with them at all. I'd be surprised if it was used much at all in the UK before maybe the 1960s/70s.

Dontbesodramatic Mon 19-Nov-12 00:05:12

I have a Nina. She's is beautiful, calm and kindsmile

Likeaheadlesschicken Sun 18-Nov-12 23:27:21

I love the name, I may have used it for my PFB... only heard positives about it, and we haven't met another child with the same name. Go for it, I'm sure you won't regret it!.

Alisvolatpropiis Sun 18-Nov-12 23:22:47

It's lovely. I've only ever met one Nina,she's in the 23-25 age bracket. Would never have pinned it down as a granny name!

Shesparkles Sun 18-Nov-12 22:38:46

I love it- dd had a nursery nurse called Nina and she adored her, and she wasn't at all granny like

Riddo Sun 18-Nov-12 22:36:17

I think it's a lovely name

FizzyLaces Sun 18-Nov-12 22:33:36

I love it smile Wish I had called my daughter that.

pjsgalore Sun 18-Nov-12 22:32:33

I adore the name Nina, think it sounds so feminine and pretty, but my sister thinks it sounds like a granny's name..DH thinks it's okaaay.
Any thoughts?

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