Advanced search

Sister for Rosanna

(10 Posts)
BlondeMalteser Sun 09-Mar-14 14:36:18

I adore the bane Eden, Edie as a nn. Husband is worried it's a bit wishy-woshy, like Rainbow or Daffodil! What do you think of when you hear it? Any input would be great!

alita7 Sun 09-Mar-14 15:21:22

I really really like it BUT I don't think I could use it as it's a. Not really a proper name and b. It's very popular atm. I think you're husbands right.

winterhat Sun 09-Mar-14 16:24:52

Would you consider Edith with Edie as nickname?

bouquetofpencils Sun 09-Mar-14 16:50:01

When I hear Eden I think it is classy.

sleepingbeautiful Sun 09-Mar-14 17:12:04

I think it's getting more popular, but it doesn't have good connotations to me at all. I won't say what in case someone else reads who has already used it.

How about Rosanna and Iris?

Mrsindecision Sun 09-Mar-14 17:21:33

Not keen on Eden at all. Rosanna is a far nicer name IMO.

Glasshammer Mon 10-Mar-14 22:25:49

You need something more classic

Roseanna and Juliet
Roseanna and Emmeline
Roseanna and Elaina
Roseanna and violet or viola
Roseanna and Beatrice
Roseanna and Eleanora
Roseanna and Elsie
Roseanna and Martha
Roseanna and Ester

Glasshammer Mon 10-Mar-14 22:31:15

Roseanna and Edith
Roseanna and Edna

Orangeisthenewbanana Mon 10-Mar-14 22:33:49

Sorry, don't like Eden at all.

Rosanna & Kate
Rosanna & Emily
Rosanna & Imogen
Rosanna & Charlotte
Rosanna & Isobel
Rosanna & Evelyn (nn Evie)
Rosanna & Alice
Rosanna & Elodie

BlueStarsAtNight Tue 11-Mar-14 06:30:33

I watched a programme about beauty pageants in America and the girls they were following was called Eden, so whenever I hear it it goes into my head in an American accent which puts me off!

I do agree with others that it isn't as classic as Rosanna. I really like Edith or Iris from the suggestions above.

Join the discussion

Join the discussion

Registering is free, easy, and means you can join in the discussion, get discounts, win prizes and lots more.

Register now