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Sabrina or Gabrielle?

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SwimmingPoolSlide Sun 18-Sep-16 18:36:01


TheWeeBabySeamus1 Sun 18-Sep-16 18:58:36

Gabrielle is lovely, not keen on Sabrina personally.

GoNorthDarren Sun 18-Sep-16 20:28:17

I prefer Sabrina, but do like Gabrielle too.

Honeybee79 Sun 18-Sep-16 20:33:37

Both are lovely. If I had to choose, I would go with Gabrielle.

rockinrobintweet Sun 18-Sep-16 20:34:48

I prefer Gabrielle personally, though I haven't met a Sabrina for years and years!

NerrSnerr Sun 18-Sep-16 20:36:57

I prefer Gabrielle.

NerrSnerr Sun 18-Sep-16 20:37:07

I prefer Gabrielle.

katemess12 Mon 19-Sep-16 10:31:16

Sabrina, because it makes me think of the film with Audrey Hepburn in it. smile

Gabrielle has well and truly had its day where I live. I always had several Gabrielles (always shortened to Gabby) in my class from primary through high school.

PotatoBread Mon 19-Sep-16 11:37:03

Really don't like Sabrina - prefer Gabrielle

chinlo Mon 19-Sep-16 11:40:42

Really don't like Sabrina - prefer Gabrielle

ApocalypseSlough Mon 19-Sep-16 11:42:43

Lovely names!

PotatoBread Mon 19-Sep-16 11:42:54

Is that an echo Chinlo? grin

chinlo Mon 19-Sep-16 11:47:55

What can I say - you took the words right out of my mouth!

goldleaf123 Mon 19-Sep-16 11:49:05

I've always liked the name Sabine - similar to Sabrina but without the teenage witch connotations

Pipilangstrumpf Mon 19-Sep-16 12:01:04

I prefer Sabrina.

dalmatianmad Mon 19-Sep-16 12:02:01

Gabrielle for defo

MitzyLeFrouf Mon 19-Sep-16 12:04:42

I prefer Sabrina. Reminds me of the film which I love.

GoNorthDarren Mon 19-Sep-16 13:06:54

It reminds me of the Audrey Hepburn film too, which is probably why I like it. I loved the teenage witch program too though; what a 90s classic wink!

Sugarpiehoneyeye Mon 19-Sep-16 14:05:59

Sabrina (Bri).

holliewilliams Mon 19-Sep-16 15:11:08


ElvenMoonwings Mon 19-Sep-16 15:42:02

Gabrielle is French and I'm not a fan of French names on people who aren't French. It's an equally lovely name as Sabrina though. I like the softness of an S sound for a girl.

Pipilangstrumpf Mon 19-Sep-16 16:00:58

I also don't like the English pronunciationi of Gabrielle. In French it would be nice.

Sabrina sounds good in English (and German or French) imo.

PotatoBread Mon 19-Sep-16 17:24:44

I prefer Gabriella to Gabrielle though

Nonameyet1 Mon 19-Sep-16 18:43:09

Love Gabrielle, not Sabrina, it's not very pretty to say.

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