Ferdinand (Ferdy)

(15 Posts)
cecilelliott Tue 12-Jan-16 20:57:08

Met a little Ferdy last week, and was struck by what a cool name it was, with a rather lovely shortening.

Would consider for any future DS! Anyone else?

KingJoffreyLikesJaffaCakes Tue 12-Jan-16 20:58:01

No.

Only1scoop Tue 12-Jan-16 20:58:33

Prefer Fernando

Snowball789 Tue 12-Jan-16 21:20:21

Yes, on my list.

Sophronia Wed 13-Jan-16 00:01:41

I like it.

MitzyLeFrouf Wed 13-Jan-16 01:00:14

Yes I like it. And the Irish name Ferdia.

Ferdy reminds me of Ramon Tikaram in This Life.

MitzyLeFrouf Wed 13-Jan-16 01:03:15

Only1Scoop I'd be one of those really annoying people who just would not be able to help themselves from singing 'Can you hear the drums Fernandooooooo' if I met someone of that name.

icclemunchy Wed 13-Jan-16 01:10:24

It was my granddads name, although he shortened it to ferd (Fred to the grandkids for some reason) I like it!

Iliveinalighthousewiththeghost Wed 13-Jan-16 01:22:03

So cute. If makes me think of a playful inquizative mischievous baby horse.
grin

JenniferAnistonsHair Wed 13-Jan-16 06:56:17

I like it actually. Wouldn't work with our surname though...

Ikeameatballs Wed 13-Jan-16 06:58:35

It's a name where I much prefer the shortening to the full name.

wannabestressfree Wed 13-Jan-16 06:59:25

I really like it smile

ThePug Wed 13-Jan-16 13:24:53

I suggested this to DH once we found out we were having a boy but he said no. Possibly because I kept saying it in the Babe voice (the duck? goose? in Babe is called Ferdinand nn Ferdy). He also said his friends would think we'd named him after Rio Ferdinand.

Ilovegummibears Wed 13-Jan-16 14:28:00

It sounds German. Nice name and not overused.

Bluesand1 Wed 13-Jan-16 18:30:16

No

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