need a girls name!

(12 Posts)
MET128 Sat 21-Sep-13 21:40:00


We are struggling to find a girls name.

We would like something that will sound professional when they are older but can also be shortened to something more fun.

ie Charlotte May - shortened to Charlie.

We thought of Imogen but it doesn't really shorten.

Would like something thats a bit different and not too common.

Any ideas?

BlueChampagne Sat 21-Sep-13 21:43:58

Imogen can by Imi or Mimi or G/Jen if that helps.
Julia can be Ju or Jules
Rosanne can be Rosie
What sort of names do you like?

MyNameIsSuz Sat 21-Sep-13 21:55:47

Annabel/le? Can shorten to Annie or Belle, but has a more formal Annabel if needed.
Eloise, shortened to Ellie or Lola?
I agree that Imogen can be shortened, I'd probably shorten it to Gen/Genny.

Oubliette0292 Sat 21-Sep-13 21:56:05

Imogen can be shortened to Jennie.

How about:
Marianne or Maria (both of which can be shortened to Mimi)
Elizabeth (many options - I know one who is called Buzz by her family)
Caroline (Carrie or Cassie)
Helena (Nell)
Suzanna (Suzie)
Rosalind (Rosie)
Cristina (Tina)
Josephine (Posy)

TheHouseCleaner Sat 21-Sep-13 22:01:35

Eleanor - Ellie, Ella, Elle.
Miranda - Mandy, Millie.
Charlotte - Charlie, Lottie.
Annaliese - Annie, Anna.
Stephanie - Stephie, Stevie.
Jennifer - Jeni.
Susannah - Susie.
Victoria - Tori, Vicky.
Isabella - Belle, Bella, Issy.
Katrina - Kat, Katy, Trinny.

Clargo55 Sun 22-Sep-13 12:11:19

Genevieve - Genna, Vivi, Evie, Eve.

Littlecherublegs Sun 22-Sep-13 16:22:16


Melonbreath Sun 22-Sep-13 18:51:04


Hawkmoth Sun 22-Sep-13 18:52:07

I have a Roberta... Bobbie.

EasyMark Sun 22-Sep-13 18:56:43

Claudia nn Claud
Isodora nn dora or izzy
Miranda nn Miri
Elouise nn Elle or Ellie
Prudance nn Pru

nonmifairidere Sun 22-Sep-13 19:00:58

Linley ( dims. Lin, Linny). Unusual without being too 'try hard' and not girlie.

EverythingIsSoThrowback Sun 22-Sep-13 19:04:09

Imogen can be shortened to Imo/Imi

Alice/Alison - Ali
Sophie - Soph
Isabella/Isobel/Isabel - Issie
Ainsleigh - Ains

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