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What is a little girl called Nina like?

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PrintScreen Sat 10-Jan-15 08:09:51

You know how some names conjur images of the person. What image does Nina conjur in your mind?

ch1134 Sat 10-Jan-15 08:12:01

Intelligent. Maybe a bit babied.

GotToBeInItToWinIt Sat 10-Jan-15 08:12:59

A bit hippy and alternative, but that's because both Nina's I know are like that! Very pretty.

GotToBeInItToWinIt Sat 10-Jan-15 08:13:38

Ps it's my DH's ex's name so has negative connotations for me but despite that I still like it smile

cuppateaandtoast Sat 10-Jan-15 08:15:39

Cute

RedButtonhole Sat 10-Jan-15 08:16:10

Very petite and very beautiful. Sharp witted but funny with it, clever and kind.

I only know one Nina, she is 87 but she is all of the above.

SummerSazz Sat 10-Jan-15 08:16:15

I was considering nina and when I suggested it to dh he said no straight away. When I asked why ge said 'it was the name of one of Christopher columbus's ships'. Apparently that was sufficient to close the discussion.
I was left going wTF???? confusedgrin

I still like it smile

Purpleflamingos Sat 10-Jan-15 08:18:15

Firstly, strong, independant...my friend Nina left home at fifteen, she's still not returned to England. I know she studied at an American College/University and works as a nurse now but not in America (the last time I spoke to her age had left Washington for the Virgin Islands.

Guin1 Sat 10-Jan-15 13:33:57

Love it. It would be on our short list, but doesn't go with our chosen mn.

BTW, Columbus's ship was the Niña, with a tilde over the second n. So pronounced neen-ya.

Sundayplease Sat 10-Jan-15 15:05:54

But middle-aged for me.

sighherecomesanamechange Sat 10-Jan-15 15:21:45

Very delicate and small, blonde wispy hair, a bit insubstantial in personality.

CitronVert Sat 10-Jan-15 15:23:48

Dainty and dark haired. Spanish looking with a severe bun like a flamenco dancer.

afreshstartplease Sat 10-Jan-15 15:24:52

Petite, dark hair big brown eyes

Groovee Sat 10-Jan-15 15:25:52

Having worked with 3 they were all brown haired but bright and lovely x

UriGeller Sat 10-Jan-15 15:26:06

Small and slight and dark haired, Welsh? Even though she's petite she's really ballsy.

PrintScreen Sat 10-Jan-15 21:16:31

Pretty positive images so far.

I'm a bit worried by the associations with being small though. I'm nearly 6ft so my daughter is likely to be tall too. Do people think that matters?

GotToBeInItToWinIt Sun 11-Jan-15 07:49:08

If your DD is tall then people she knows will come to associate the name 'Nina' with tall people smile

GotToBeInItToWinIt Sun 11-Jan-15 07:50:01

Ps no it doesn't matter at all. No one is going to say to her 'what, you can't be called Nina, Nina's are small!'

Bonsoir Sun 11-Jan-15 07:55:13

I'm not wild about Nina but it has the advantage of being very international (if that matters to you).

Pramula Sun 11-Jan-15 08:03:58

I know two fantastic Ninas- adult and child. Lovely pretty name and I like the international-ness of it too. Def on my list.

SunshineAndShadows Sun 11-Jan-15 12:32:15

Dark haired cornish, pretty, hippyish, smart, independent. Nina-bean

WesH Sun 11-Jan-15 13:23:35

The Nina I know is bubbly and excitable

Marcipex Sun 11-Jan-15 19:19:59

Petite, blonde curls, French.

sidsgranny Sun 11-Jan-15 19:22:25

Pretty Ballerina! (i.e. the Abba song!). I do know a grown up Nina (late 30's) who is absolutely lovely. I think it's a great name.

pnutter Sun 11-Jan-15 19:26:40

I know a tall Nina ..very intelligent and beautiful. I love the name.

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