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(26 Posts)
Littlevideo Wed 26-Mar-14 08:13:19

Middle name would either be Elizabeth or Belle.
I'd be interested to know your opinion and if you know many under 18's called Georgia
(We have already discounted Georgina and Georgiana)

shoobidoo Wed 26-Mar-14 08:40:32

Reminds me of the US state.

PreciousPeach Wed 26-Mar-14 08:42:04

I think Georgia Belle is really lovely!

Dovahkiin Wed 26-Mar-14 08:42:08

Georgia Elizabeth is lovely - I don't know any little Georgias.
Georgia Belle sounds like the name of a paddle steamer.

LCHammer Wed 26-Mar-14 08:45:06

I know a couple of Georgias, aged 9-10. I don't think it goes too well with Belle, sounds a bit redneck, sorry.

SomethingAboutNothing Wed 26-Mar-14 08:46:24

I like it, especially with Elizabeth as the middle name. Not so sure about Belle

AnythingNotEverything Wed 26-Mar-14 08:50:14

I really like it. I find Georgia Elizabeth a but regal though. That might not bother you though!

I know one who is 2.

chattychattyboomba Wed 26-Mar-14 08:55:27

2 in my Dd's ballet class (2 year olds).
I like it, but it's getting quite popular.

TheNightIsDark Wed 26-Mar-14 09:03:44

I love Georgia but Georgia belle sounds a bit hillbilly blush sorry!

alita7 Wed 26-Mar-14 09:05:53

I like Georgia belle, nothing wrong with a bit of red neck!

NoArmaniNoPunani Wed 26-Mar-14 09:06:54

It makes me think of that one direction song

hunreeeal Wed 26-Mar-14 11:07:15

Georgia Elizabeth

goodstuffhappens Wed 26-Mar-14 11:15:00

I'm a teacher and Georgias always seem to be a little bit cheeky (naughty on a bad day) I LOVE the name but didn't chose it for either of my daughters for that reason. If you're not a teacher, I'd say go for it as it's v.pretty.

MrsBungle Wed 26-Mar-14 11:16:26

I quite like Georgia. I know one aged 9 and 3 aged 1-4.

UriGeller Wed 26-Mar-14 11:20:37

There seem to be a lot of Georgias around. But its been so for at least 20 years. There was one in my eldests class and he's now in his 20's, it was quite unusual then. Its an ok name and at least you haven't spelled it "Jorja" like a friend of a friend named their dd a few months ago. hmm

Blueberrybaby Wed 26-Mar-14 12:23:50

I really like Georgia. Very pretty. I only know one in early 20s. I prefer Georgia Elizabeth. Georgia Belle sounds like a boat to me, but I tend to think using Belle as a middle name will do that to any first name. I would steer clear of Belle for that reason.

Poughle Wed 26-Mar-14 12:44:16

Do you like Georgia Beth? Cross between Elizabeth and belle...

Mireio Wed 26-Mar-14 15:45:02

Georgia Belle reminds me of the US state too and sounds like name for a 'southern belle' i.e. Scarlett O'Hara from Gone With the Wind. I prefer Georgia Elizabeth.

TessOfTheBaublevilles Wed 26-Mar-14 16:01:59

Georgia Elizabeth is beautiful.

Georgia Belle sounds very redneck/hillbilly.

Alisvolatpropiis Wed 26-Mar-14 19:48:00

It's wildly popular in the area I live, has been for donkey's years. A little pocket of popularity if you will.

I think Georgina is more attractive but Georgia Elizabeth sounds perfectly nice too.

ChickenMe Thu 27-Mar-14 00:02:29

Georgiana is an alternative. Georgia is a pretty name but quite common.

curiousgeorgie Thu 27-Mar-14 00:03:37

Love Georgia Belle!

Littlevideo Thu 27-Mar-14 04:29:22

Common- popular chicken? What area do you live in I know from a friend it's very popular down south thanks

ChickenMe Thu 27-Mar-14 09:36:36

@Littlevideo yes I mean popular not common as in chav. I'm in the South East too.

Littlevideo Thu 27-Mar-14 10:00:46

Yes my friend is south east and knows a few. I only know 1 older Georgia round here I'm in the west mids

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