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(15 Posts)
DessieLou Sat 26-Jan-13 02:56:06

I like it! Like you say, heard of but not over popular. Good choice!

EllenParsons Sat 26-Jan-13 02:31:37

I like it! My lovely SIL is called tamsin. She does not ever get called tammy so I don't think that's a given. I have known a couple of tamsins and they generally just get tam instead of tammy.

MisselthwaiteManor Fri 25-Jan-13 14:48:18

I have a cousin called Tamsin, she never gets called Tammy but does get Tasmin a lot. It is a lovely name, I like it.

Yfronts Fri 25-Jan-13 14:14:21

theres also Tasmin

oldspeckledtam Fri 25-Jan-13 13:24:47

I am a Tamsin. She will spend her life correcting people who write and say tasmin, no matter how often they're told.

I've NEVER been a Tammy though. Just isn't me!

It's a perfectly serviceable name and there aren't too many of us about. The Tasmin thing pisses me off, though.

Pasiphae Fri 25-Jan-13 13:13:47

I prefer Tasmin, it's got punch to it.
Tamsin feels a bit old.

RillaBlythe Fri 25-Jan-13 12:22:53

I considered it but don't like Tammy, think you hav to b happy with that nickname. Tammi even worse!

forgetmenots Fri 25-Jan-13 10:05:24

Lovely. Feminine without being frilly. S not Z! smile

wiltingfast Fri 25-Jan-13 08:48:48

Love it. Gorgeous name smile

MidnightMasquerader Fri 25-Jan-13 08:29:11

Meh, it wouldn't be on my list, I have to admit.

However, I do think there is going to be a trend away from pretty, soft, feminine names soon, and I think this would tick the box (in a nice way).

cutestgirls Fri 25-Jan-13 07:59:14

hmmm. not my thing personally but it does sound like a nice name

TanteRose Fri 25-Jan-13 07:44:50

oh yes, def. s not z

CarolingFanjoChops Fri 25-Jan-13 07:44:20

I love it! I'd prefer it with the s, as it looks softer.

TanteRose Fri 25-Jan-13 07:44:13

love, love, love it - <waves vaguely in direction of my sis> grin

BananaHammocks Fri 25-Jan-13 07:42:20

What do you think?

I like the fact that it's a known name but fairly unusual. I guess there might be some 's' or 'z' confusion.

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