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(26 Posts)
Tattyjet Sun 28-Aug-16 23:44:03

Lucy or Naomi?

Onedaftmonkey Sun 28-Aug-16 23:44:29

Lucy

Allalonenow Sun 28-Aug-16 23:45:05

Lucy

Onedaftmonkey Sun 28-Aug-16 23:45:14

But I'm biased my beautiful neice is a Lucy.

BrollySmolly Mon 29-Aug-16 00:00:04

Naomi

Iliveinalighthousewiththeghost Mon 29-Aug-16 00:00:15

Naomi. I've never been a fan of Lucy

BackforGood Mon 29-Aug-16 00:01:25

Naomi - but it depends on your surname / initials / other dc names / etc.

ThroughThickAndThin01 Mon 29-Aug-16 00:01:43

Lucy

Sophronia Mon 29-Aug-16 00:05:56

Naomi

aisatsana Mon 29-Aug-16 00:15:33

Naomi, by a long way!

OliveOrTwist Mon 29-Aug-16 00:27:33

I like Naomi but how would you pronounce it? I would say Nay-Omi but I've also heard it pronounced Ni-Omi

CakeRattleandRoll Mon 29-Aug-16 00:48:09

Naomi

Loyly Mon 29-Aug-16 08:27:11

Definitely Naomi.

MrsGsnow18 Mon 29-Aug-16 08:57:52

Both a lovely names!
Naomi is my favourite of the two though.

rightguard Mon 29-Aug-16 09:06:20

Lucy

Tattyjet Mon 29-Aug-16 09:29:41

Thanks everyone!

SteviebunsBottrittrundle Mon 29-Aug-16 09:44:35

Naomi

Quercus3 Mon 29-Aug-16 10:28:22

Lucy

MitzyLeFrouf Mon 29-Aug-16 10:31:40

Lucy

RaeSkywalker Mon 29-Aug-16 10:36:43

Lucy

Jooni Mon 29-Aug-16 11:06:12

I prefer Naomi but yes, there is the pronunciation thing. I know three, who all pronounce their name "nay-OH-mee", but who frequently get "NIGH-oh-mee" or "NAY-uh-mee", which can be a bit annoying.

Lucy is a nice enough name but a bit vanilla IMO; however, you shouldn't ever have any problems with the pronunciation of it so if you think that would bother you, I'd choose Lucy.

Dontrocktheboat Mon 29-Aug-16 20:15:40

Naomi, but you will need to nail the pronounciation and be firm about it.

I find Lucy a bit dull.

user1471501988 Mon 29-Aug-16 23:43:43

Lucy

Mausageandsash Mon 29-Aug-16 23:47:50

Lucy

DramaAlpaca Mon 29-Aug-16 23:48:33

Both lovely not helpful grin

If I really, really, really had to pick I'd say Lucy, but in practical terms I guess it would depend on what goes best with the surname.

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