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Edmund or Elliot?

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BaggyShorts Fri 20-Jan-17 18:35:42

TIA smile

Sugarpiehoneyeye Fri 20-Jan-17 19:07:33

Edmund, love this name.

MiniMaxi Fri 20-Jan-17 20:37:35

I prefer Edmund

MiniMaxi Fri 20-Jan-17 20:38:15

I should add I'm not a huge fan of the name Elliot. Though I think it is more modern than Edmund if that is a consideration

Thatsnotmybabyname Fri 20-Jan-17 21:23:53

Edmund

puttingthegenieback Fri 20-Jan-17 21:32:26

Edmund, definitely. Classic, gorgeous, dignified

Sophronia Fri 20-Jan-17 21:42:21

Definitely Edmund. I'm not keen on Elliot.

kelj2 Fri 20-Jan-17 21:43:51

Elliot

GloriousGusset Fri 20-Jan-17 21:46:23

I really, really dislike the name Edmund. Really. It sounds so smug and pompous.

thebakerwithboobs Fri 20-Jan-17 22:02:12

Edmund makes me think of Blackadder but this is not a bad thing.

DramaAlpaca Fri 20-Jan-17 22:09:09

Edmund

janed9388 Fri 20-Jan-17 22:17:34

Elliot. but I am biased as my Elliot (18m) is sleeping soundly upstairs

Jooni Fri 20-Jan-17 22:27:06

I really like Edmund.

EssentialHummus Fri 20-Jan-17 22:28:02

Edwin?

indigo13 Fri 20-Jan-17 22:30:49

I think Elliot is boring now. Edmund is very cool

lozengeoflove Fri 20-Jan-17 22:36:21

Edmund, hands down. Please pick it. I'd love to have an Edmund eyes gorgeous sleeping baby named something else altogether fabulous

CycleHire Fri 20-Jan-17 22:40:09

I like Edmund. Husband wouldn't countenance it (together we approximately 1000 other names I suggested). We have an Edward.

Alyx80 Fri 20-Jan-17 22:42:01

Elliot, Edmund is a bit boring.

PenelopeFlintstone Fri 20-Jan-17 22:44:04

I would be hmm at a baby called Edmund.

Wombletor Fri 20-Jan-17 22:48:12

Edmund. Love it, reminds me of narnia

wendytorrence Fri 20-Jan-17 22:50:16

Elliot. My ds14 is Elliott.

Pluto30 Fri 20-Jan-17 22:58:05

Edmund. smile

HoHumming Fri 20-Jan-17 22:59:45

Elliott. I prefer classic traditional names but I would prefer to be an Elliott than an Edmund/Ed/Eddie by far!

Ohyesiam Fri 20-Jan-17 23:24:29

Edmund doed sound a bit of an old man's name. Which I guess means it's due a revival.

buttercup54321 Sat 21-Jan-17 00:11:36

Elliot

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