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Rtfairy Tue 21-May-13 20:22:59

Honest opinions please smile smile

Fairypants Tue 21-May-13 20:26:58

Before the song, the connotation would be negative (Samson) but now I think it's probably a cooler and definitely more popular name without those associations.

ShowOfHands Tue 21-May-13 20:53:28

My brother has a little Delilah and the first reaction is often 'biblical wrong un' but there's also some Tom Jones tributes and then the odd Plain White Whatsits rendition. It certainly splits opinion.

GwenCooper81 Tue 21-May-13 20:59:58

A lovely name smile . It sounds strong and feminine, I really like it.

Vatta Tue 21-May-13 21:02:53

Sorry but all I can hear is the crowds at Cardiff rugby matches singing "my, my, my, Delilah ....why, why, why, Delilah" over and over.

I think your DD would get pretty sick of it to be honest. Also I think the bible connotations are pretty bad.

Personally I wouldn't, but then I grew up with an unusual name which I always hated (and eventually changed!) so I may be biased.

Decoy Tue 21-May-13 21:09:38

I like it, Della for short.

Rtfairy Tue 21-May-13 21:10:15

Ok thank you. I do like it but not sure if brave enough. Possibly as a middle name?

JojoMags Tue 21-May-13 21:36:22

NO. Why would you? A lifetime of having the annoying song flung at her and the biblical associations are not good. Also, its ugly imo. But I don't like any 'D' names so that may just be me.

nocake Tue 21-May-13 21:39:42

Mark Cavendish's daughter is Delilah. I think it's a lovely name.

AllegraLilac Tue 21-May-13 23:10:58

Why, why, why?

FingersCrossedLegsNot Wed 22-May-13 00:13:59

I think it's lovely

sleepingbeautiful Wed 22-May-13 03:45:19

I personally wouldn't due to associations, even though I like the actual name. Also the song is just one of those songs that will annoyingly be around forever.


Vatta Wed 22-May-13 06:41:55

Yes as a middle name should be ok, she can use it if she wants to that way.

ZolaBuddleia Wed 22-May-13 10:14:11

I like it. Della is a name in its own right, I think it means 'noble'.

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