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Cami12 Thu 23-Jun-16 08:27:34

Which girls name do you like best;

Hamish and Sophie
Hamish and Iris
Hamish and Nancy
Hamish and Clementine?

Jessbow Thu 23-Jun-16 09:46:10


MrsCaecilius Thu 23-Jun-16 12:57:30


BlueChampagne Thu 23-Jun-16 12:58:20


bombayflambe Thu 23-Jun-16 12:59:56

none of the above, especially not Clementine.
Fiona, Erin, Catriona,

GoldPlatedBacon Thu 23-Jun-16 13:31:58


WankersHacksandThieves Thu 23-Jun-16 13:56:29

From your options probably Nancy.

But in reality, Mairi, Lorna, Kirsten or Ailsa. smile

PartyRockkk Thu 23-Jun-16 14:01:25


Cami12 Thu 23-Jun-16 15:11:34

bombayflambe, my name is Catriona (circa early 80's) and my mother's friends are Fionas. Erin is nice though, although we know a few toddler Erins already.

Scribblegirl Thu 23-Jun-16 15:18:47

I love Iris and Nancy.

First name that came to mind for me was Hamish & Olivia.

Maverick66 Thu 23-Jun-16 15:21:00

Nancy or what about Nora?

BellaMoo Thu 23-Jun-16 16:13:43


Flanderspigeonmurderer Thu 23-Jun-16 16:14:57


Jessbow Thu 23-Jun-16 16:32:57

I tried saying the names, '........'these are my children Hamish and Iris'' and Iris kept slipping out as 'Irish'

ThoraGruntwhistle Thu 23-Jun-16 16:34:28


Sophronia Thu 23-Jun-16 17:16:44


LotsofDots Thu 23-Jun-16 17:20:39

Nancy. Definitely.

PaintedDrivesAndPolishedGrass Thu 23-Jun-16 17:21:51


Alohamora Thu 23-Jun-16 17:33:55

What about Eilidh?

avocadosweet Thu 23-Jun-16 18:19:00


bombayflambe Fri 24-Jun-16 12:58:27

Nancy is a diminutive of Mary though. Which may not fit with your family.

Eilidh is lovely and not overused at the moment.
Kirsty if you don't like Kerstin above.
Morag sounds great with Hamish but is perhaps too much of a statement...or perhaps not?

WankersHacksandThieves Fri 24-Jun-16 13:29:05

Nancy is a diminutive of Anne I think, it doesn't have anything to do with Mary as far as I am aware.

I like Kirsty too.

Eilidhs (and Ellies etc) are ten a penny round me so I think like a lot of names they can be very regional. I know they are pronounced differently by the way but depending on the accent it isn't enough to differentiate imo.

DerelictMyBalls Fri 24-Jun-16 15:24:06

Flora! Hamish and Flora. Go on.

Cami12 Fri 24-Jun-16 23:08:47

If we chose Nancy it would be after my grandma whose full name was Agnes, so nothing to do with Mary. ?
Kirsty is a definite no. I do like Hamish and Flora though, thanks Derelict!

Iguessyourestuckwithme Fri 24-Jun-16 23:09:56

I know a Hamish and Rosie, aswell as a Hamish and Iona

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