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ghoulelocks Fri 01-Feb-13 12:34:51

Dated? Nice? What's the feel?

sw11mumofone Fri 01-Feb-13 21:06:02

Hannah is a bit dull IMO. Think Anna is a bit cooler. Depends what you're after though I suppose. And Helena is quite nice - but pronounced he-len-a as opposed to He-lane-a.

CruCru Fri 01-Feb-13 21:22:27

Very nice. Will never be a disability unless your surname is Spanner.

SoggySummer Sat 02-Feb-13 00:16:58

I like it. Spelt the same backwards as well grin

IHeartKingThistle Sat 02-Feb-13 00:31:39

I like it. to me it's a bit like Zoe in that it's pretty classless and not likely to date.

dimdommilpot Sat 02-Feb-13 01:26:04

I know 3 under 2 and 2 over 25. I call 1 of them (over 25) spandooler (affectionately of course). Its a nice name (hannah that is).

Antipag Sat 02-Feb-13 16:51:17

I'm a Hannah and I do get called Hannah Spanner but I'm not scarred for life by it! My best friend's DD is called Hannah and they have called her Hannah Spanner since birth thinking it would make her immune to teasing and when she started school she or called Hannah Montana!

iliketea Sat 02-Feb-13 19:04:00

Love it. Pretty, easy to spell and it"s a palindrome. Plus I've never met a Hannah I didn't like.

I may well be biased smile

SoulTrain Sat 02-Feb-13 19:13:37

Love it! It's my sisters name but I would have definitely wanted to use it if I had had a girl!

ThenWeTakeBerlin Sat 02-Feb-13 19:15:13

I really like it smile I know a few who are 20s/30s, one over 60 and one toddler! It's classic and won't date. And it's a palindrome smile

BikeRunSki Sat 02-Feb-13 19:20:27

I like it, and know a few of assorted ages from 40s to toddler. I do prefer Anna though.

I always associate Zoe with mid 70s. There were 8 others in my sister Zoe's year at school.

GraceAndVirtue Sat 02-Feb-13 21:36:50

I have a 20 year old Hannah and a 79 year old aunt called Zoe!

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