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TerrysChocolate Fri 12-Jan-18 17:15:02

Hi everyone, I'm just wondering if anyone knows the full name for Archie? I love it but it's too cutesy and I'd atleaat like a full , longer option for formal things and adult life

Greensleeves Fri 12-Jan-18 17:15:46

The only long version I know is Archibald.

I love Archie, it's so cute

BrokenBattleDroid Fri 12-Jan-18 17:17:16

Archer? Doesn't feel any more 'proper' than Archie though.

Archie is lovely.

TerrysChocolate Fri 12-Jan-18 17:18:45

That's the 2 I was thinking about coincidentally! When I think about it, I don't think I'd really question an adult with 'archie'.

MikeUniformMike Fri 12-Jan-18 17:19:28

Archer is truly awful and makes me think of Jeffrey, alleged best-selling author, lord and ex-convict.
Archibald is also awful.
Archie is a popular name for cockapoos and labradoodles.

SingingSands Fri 12-Jan-18 17:24:24

I worked with an Archie, short for Arthur!

I’d always assumed he was an Archibald.

littlerobyn Sat 13-Jan-18 20:09:20

Have to agree with a pp I'm afraid, I can't get over how many dogs are called Archie. I think Archibald is the full name though.
Arthur is amazing and could nn Arty? Similar?!

158ff Sun 14-Jan-18 17:37:40

Archibald I think. I pfrefer Alfie/alfred or Albie/Albert

Theyhaveallbeenused2 Sun 14-Jan-18 17:39:11

Archibald..ive got an Archiesmile

MikeUniformMike Sun 14-Jan-18 17:45:18

I also know a pomchi called Archie who is absolutely adorable.
Alfie is also a popular dag's name.

aKnittingNameChangesSister Sun 14-Jan-18 18:17:51

My DS is Archie and actually it really suits him as it means 'the brave and bold one' smile

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