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Names of little girly girls you know of?

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Serenity6 Tue 09-Jul-13 17:08:41

Hi all,

I am really drawn to names that are very feminine, frilly, princess like. And those kind of names have me imagining a four year old that's very girly girl.

However, I realise there are tomboys out there with pretty dainty names such as Lily and Emily.

So I am curious, what are the names of little girls you know who are very girly? smile

Justfornowitwilldo Tue 09-Jul-13 17:45:00


BikeRunSki Tue 09-Jul-13 17:45:54


mynameisslimshady Tue 09-Jul-13 17:48:11


gwenniebee Tue 09-Jul-13 17:52:10

I know a very girly Lara, Caitlin, Maisie... can't think of any other really girly girls at the moment.

I know a tomboy called Nancie.

And, (and sorry if this offends anyone but it is just my personal experience!) I am yet to meet a graceful Grace.

Bowlersarm Tue 09-Jul-13 17:52:16


3boysgirlontheway Tue 09-Jul-13 22:31:56

My own DD is so girly that she scares me smile her name is Florence.
I also know a very girly Millie and Ava.

Poppins27 Tue 09-Jul-13 22:36:32

I met a Primrose today who seemed super girly and I instantly loved the name smile

DessieLou Tue 09-Jul-13 22:43:54

gwenniebee I know a Gracie who is FAR from graceful!
Girly girls I know are Katelyn, Lilly & Katieanne.

YummyMummybee Tue 09-Jul-13 23:36:17

To me Molly is the ultimate girly name, my baby dd is a Molly & an uber princess!smile

MortifiedAdams Tue 09-Jul-13 23:38:35

I dont understand - do you want names that sound girly or do you want to know the names of girls who are girly?

BetterDaze Wed 10-Jul-13 00:09:48

Girly girls I know are Emma, Evie, Paige, Elise, Scarlett, Charis, Emily and Molly.

Serenity6 Wed 10-Jul-13 00:18:04

Mortified Adams - I want to know the names of girls who are girly. smile

fanjobiscuits Wed 10-Jul-13 00:19:56


tethersend Wed 10-Jul-13 00:23:51

All of them...?

BabyStone Wed 10-Jul-13 00:26:01


NoComet Wed 10-Jul-13 01:20:00

Rosie for me too, she's 28 and a mum herself, but she was my flower-girl and flower-girl the year before and the year after.

I've never met a little girl more suited to twirling around in a frilly dress.

She's still tiny, beautiful and one of the nicest people you could wish to meet. She's also intelligent and determined too, no air headed dim blonde despite her delicate looks.

ProtegeMoi Wed 10-Jul-13 01:21:40

Girliest little girl I know is named Charlie.

Not sure why you think a name has any bearing on a child's personality however.

GibberTheMonkey Wed 10-Jul-13 01:30:11


sleepywombat Wed 10-Jul-13 01:32:49

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HerRoyalNotness Wed 10-Jul-13 01:35:37

Scarlett Mae. With the unfortunate last name of H icks

Very girly, handbags at dawn, coordinated shoes, the whole shebang

WafflyVersatile Wed 10-Jul-13 02:24:11

I don't think that's unfortunate. I like it a lot.

Catriona will only wear dresses she can twirl in.jeans are the enemy.

KnittedWaffle Wed 10-Jul-13 02:36:03

What constitutes 'girly'?
My DD (4) is Ella and she will only wear dresses, loves pink, princesses, fairies, babies, ballet and buying clothes and shoes.
She also loves making mud pies, climbing trees/monkey bars (in her dresses), motorbikes, scooters, Power Rangers and talking about poo. grin

TheTruffleHunter Wed 10-Jul-13 03:14:41


Wishing I'd called her Charlie now, tho

cheekbyjowl Wed 10-Jul-13 09:51:49

genevieve, bonnie, olivia, ophelia, alice

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