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What else could Maddie be short for?

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candr Mon 03-Jun-13 20:34:24

ove the name Maddie but not sure on Madeline, what else could Maddie be short for if we chose it as a nickname? Is Maddox a boys name?

vix206 Mon 03-Jun-13 20:37:16

I know a little boy called Maddox but I've also seen girls with the name.

Lyftiduft Mon 03-Jun-13 20:37:43

Madison? I know a 5 yo and 7 yo, both of whom use Maddie/Maddy as shortened versions

JumpingJackSprat Mon 03-Jun-13 20:37:47

Madison?

PenguinBear Mon 03-Jun-13 20:37:48

Matilda smile

Madamecastafiore Mon 03-Jun-13 20:37:59

Maddison

BoundandRebound Mon 03-Jun-13 20:38:00

Madeleine
Madison

talkingnonsense Mon 03-Jun-13 20:38:45

Madison? Maidlin? Magdalen? Maud?

SoftSheen Mon 03-Jun-13 20:39:00

I think that Madeleine is a great name. However, you could also use Madison (personally I don't like this) or Magdalen with nn Maddie. Maddox is definitely a boy's name!

LentilAsAnything Mon 03-Jun-13 20:47:47

Madonna?! grin

Layl77 Mon 03-Jun-13 21:31:37

Madeleine, matilda, margaret, mildred? Mairead,
Marad, Maddox, morad

hellokitty123 Mon 03-Jun-13 22:07:29

Maddie, to me, is someone who is Mad.

However, the full name Madeleine is very pretty.

stiffstink Mon 03-Jun-13 22:11:38

Madelief is dutch for Daisy.

JamieandtheMagicTorch Mon 03-Jun-13 22:47:31

Maddasahatter
Madagasgar
Madras
Madcap
Madeira
Made-Up
Madwoman
Madrid
Madrigal

sleepingbeautiful Tue 04-Jun-13 10:37:09

I like Madeline/Madeleine, but other possible Maddie names not already mentioned:
Madelyn
Amanda
Imelda
Ammadine

ProtegeMoi Tue 04-Jun-13 10:41:40

Magdalena
Malgorzeta

rowtunda Tue 04-Jun-13 10:44:03

Maddie - fine for a child but not an adult. I'm a Madeleine and I was never a Maddie!

GroupieGirl Tue 04-Jun-13 10:46:13

I quite like Madrigal, there was one in a book I liked as a teenager.

siluria Tue 04-Jun-13 14:54:02

Matilda or Madison.

I love the nn Maddie, but it rhymes with a nickname my family use for me and a nickname my DH's friends use for him, so we'd be ridiculous if we used it!

I think Matilda nn Maddie is lovely smile

siluria Tue 04-Jun-13 14:58:48

Matilda or Madison.

I love the nn Maddie, but it rhymes with a nickname my family use for me and a nickname my DH's friends use for him, so we'd be ridiculous if we used it!

I think Matilda nn Maddie is lovely smile

sorchatallulah Wed 05-Jun-13 02:13:37

I know a Maddie here in Ireland whose full name is Mairéad - that might not be usable if you've no Irish heritage though :D

OMGYouSuck Fri 07-Oct-16 04:44:29

Your name must be Twatty then.

Chinnygirl Fri 07-Oct-16 04:52:59

Margery-marge-maddie
Donna-madonna-maddie

katemess12 Fri 07-Oct-16 05:31:18

Madison or Maddalena.

I know a Matilda who gets Mattie (pronounced Maddie).

At a stretch, I suppose you could use Magdalene or Magdalena, although they'd more likely be called Magda for short.

Maddox is 100% boy.

Pipilangstrumpf Fri 07-Oct-16 09:14:01

Mad smile

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