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Too cutesy?

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Marisabel Fri 29-Jan-16 22:55:11

Name Ella?

Stephieee Fri 29-Jan-16 22:56:23

No! I adore the name - it's popular, but so what!?

EmpressOfTheVulvaCupcakes Fri 29-Jan-16 22:59:26

All the Ellas I know are great, strong women so that's what I associate the name with.

Ellie-Mae or suchlike would be cutesy, Ella is fine.

Iliveinalighthousewiththeghost Fri 29-Jan-16 23:13:38

No not at all. In fact I think it's quite harsh sounding, TBH

SnuffleGruntSnorter Fri 29-Jan-16 23:16:27

I like Ella, I'd personally use Eleanor and have Ella for short just to give her the choice when she's older

neonrainbow Fri 29-Jan-16 23:20:54

Its a bit dull.

Marisabel Fri 29-Jan-16 23:23:21

If used as mn , which one sounds better
Katherine Ella
Catherine Ella
Sophia Ella
Adelina Ella
Lydia Ella

puthyjip43 Fri 29-Jan-16 23:27:14

It's pretty common I think I know about 6 ellas under 5 yo
I do like the name though but be prepared for her to be 'Ella S' for example at school as there will be a few

Sophronia Fri 29-Jan-16 23:27:37

Catherine Ella is lovely

MissAlabamaWhitman Fri 29-Jan-16 23:32:26



Monkeymonstermum Sat 30-Jan-16 09:55:25

I like it - just be aware quite popular at the moment but if you love it then go for it.
Personally I'd use a longer version eg Eleanor or Gabriella and then Ella as nn but nothing wrong with Ella on its own.

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