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Lottie or Juno?

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DitsyDonkey Tue 08-Oct-13 18:28:32

I have just added Lottie to my list of names for for a future dd. Juno is a long time love.....but sometimes I feel it sounds too manly, though I also like the fact that IMO it has a mystical feel to weird mind lol!!!

I like the sweet feel of Lottie, I previously loved Posy but because it rhymes with our surname (similar to Trophy bar one letter) we have vetoed it sad I think Lottie is along the same lines as Posy!

So advice and opinions much appreciated please smile

polkadotsrock Tue 08-Oct-13 18:34:00

I like Juno but that's because people not pronouncing the double t in Lottie properly would bug me- I'm quite aware that this is my personal bugbear though and both names are lovely

daughterofafarmer Tue 08-Oct-13 18:38:18

Juno, I love this name. Wanted it for DC2 but 'it's' a DS. Might need to go for DC3 gringrin

Other name we had was Lara.

DownstairsMixUp Tue 08-Oct-13 18:44:35

I love the name Lottie *mentally notes it for any possible future DD*)

TeaAndCakeOrDeath Tue 08-Oct-13 19:00:46

Please dont use Juno because its my name if we ever stop having boys!

Just kidding OP but as you can tell I love it so that'd be my choice...

valiumredhead Tue 08-Oct-13 19:23:20

Lottie. Beautiful name. Really dislike Juno and have yet to hear it even mentioned outside of MN.

Wheresmycaffeinedrip Tue 08-Oct-13 19:27:00

Juno smile love it

HadALittleFaith Tue 08-Oct-13 19:43:38

I like Juno but I wonder if it will seem dated in the future. Lottie is lovely smile Juno as a middle name?

Coupon Tue 08-Oct-13 20:24:42


ImaginaryHat Tue 08-Oct-13 22:41:36

Juno for me too

BlueChampagne Wed 09-Oct-13 16:23:18

Juno - it's Classic

bouncingbelle Wed 09-Oct-13 16:50:06

Lottie for sure, it's gorgeous. Juno just....isn't.

DottyboutDots Thu 10-Oct-13 05:22:40

Charlotte for Lottie. Giving a nickname is very limiting. Love Juno.

Anjou Thu 10-Oct-13 06:00:51

Juno is lovely. Very popular seemingly on MN, but I only know 2 in RL. Lovely strong but feminine name that works for all ages.

Lottie is very sweet (I really like & possibly prefer Lotta, but this might encourage some undesirable nicknames .. "Whole lotta love" etc?!). The thing is, with Lottie, Posey etc, they are SO sweet they may not suit a teenager or fully frown woman. Choosing a 'full' name and using the sweet nn may be a good idea?

Good luck OP! smile

MrsZimt Thu 10-Oct-13 06:33:53

I love Lottie. Would name her Charlotte (a long time favourite of mine I could not persuade dh to use, on either daughter).

I like Juno too. It's unusual but not a pain to spell, if it's a long time love then use it!

Our daughters have unusual but easy to spell names, there are no other girls I know with dd1's name (one left school with a levels when dd1 was year8) and there is one girl in dd2's primary with her name.

Juno, the more I think about it, the more I like it.

smithwillsam Thu 10-Oct-13 08:13:45

Both names are good. Juno is a lovely name, But would not be used for child name because it’s my favorite as dogy name. Lottie as a first name gives independently nature and it sounds very cute.

Lottystar Thu 10-Oct-13 18:10:19

Are you naming her after me Ditsy? wink

I love both names actually, Juno is a bit hippy like but mega cute.

I'm a Charlotte, but it's shortened to Charlie / Lottie and I've always liked it xx

DitsyDonkey Fri 11-Oct-13 09:45:28

Hey Lotty you know your my inspiration grin

Lottystar Sun 13-Oct-13 13:05:29

grin xx

VBisme Sun 13-Oct-13 13:08:37

Please call her Charlotte NN Lottie so that she can be the ubercool Charlie when she turns into a teen.

ginzillas Sun 13-Oct-13 13:15:50

We had Charlotte on our faves list, with nickname Lottie. Love it although we've met quite a few Lotties at playgroups and it seems pretty popular. So it depends on whether that would bother you. Juno is very different in feel and more unusual.

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