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Final Girls Names WDYT?

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swimminginchampagne Sat 07-Sep-19 19:48:51

After much deliberation I've narrowed my girls name list down to:


Brother is Noah. Boys name I've picked is Rupert.
Why do you prefer? And why?

Ta muchly.

TenPastEleven Sat 07-Sep-19 19:51:06

They are all perfectly nice in my humble opinion! Rupert is brave, but why the hell not.
The only thing is Pippa means penis in Greek (I think . . ?) But it's a really nice name :-)

Bringmewineandcake Sat 07-Sep-19 20:54:55

Hallie first, connie second.

17caterpillars1mouse Sat 07-Sep-19 21:04:01

In order of preference

Connie - love this

I like them all though

Awwlookatmybabyspider Sat 07-Sep-19 21:19:56

Pippa also means a blow job in Italy. If I’m not mistaken so It doesn’t travel very well.

Hallie is just okay

I love Connie. It makes me think of a little girl whose family live in a farm in Texas. Her best friend is Billibob-Jo. She has 3 older brothers called Huck. Finn and Beau, and Is the wilder than her 3 very quiet mellow brothers combined. It’s strange how a name can set off your imagination

Awwlookatmybabyspider Sat 07-Sep-19 21:20:32

Piper might be a nice alternative to Pippa

NoSauce Sat 07-Sep-19 21:20:43

Hallie is awful.

I like Constance but not Connie. Pippa is ok.

Loveislandaddict Sat 07-Sep-19 21:22:07

Pippa is a nn for Philippa. Quite like it.

Hallie - like this name.

Not keen on Connie (or Constance)

TildaTurnip Sat 07-Sep-19 21:22:27


I liked Pippa but am put off by its meaning in Italian and Greek mentioned by pp!

Connie I almost like but I really hate the Conservative Party and it makes me think of them!

BertrandRussell Sat 07-Sep-19 21:23:44

Phillipa or Constance.

user1493494961 Sat 07-Sep-19 21:25:36

Not keen on any of them really (nor Rupert). If I had to choose, then Connie..

swimminginchampagne Sat 07-Sep-19 21:35:47

Sorry if I didn't make the post clear but these are the names. I will not be using longer versions of the name, as I personally feel longer names on birth certificates are unnecessary. Please could you kindly just comment on names as listed. Thank you.

GU24Mum Sat 07-Sep-19 21:38:26

I like both Connie and Pippa so I'd choose whichever of those goes best with your surname if you can't decide. For me, Hallie is a distant third choice.

A good friend has a Connie and a Pippa!

TokenGinger Sat 07-Sep-19 21:42:35

I think they are all lovely names but I particularly like Connie. It isn't a name I've seen much and I think it's lovely.

NoSauce Sat 07-Sep-19 21:43:29

Pippa then.

Totopoly Sat 07-Sep-19 21:47:12

Rupert is a good name.

Hallie isn't.

Philippa and Constance are fine. Though why wouldn't you put a full name on a birth cert? My DD has a very long name (rarely heard on MN, or in RL) though it known by a slightly less rare shortened version. It gives her choices later on.

Plus why give a boy a proper name, and not a girl? Why not Rupe, rather than Rupert, if you're suggesting Connie, rather than Constance?

There are several Connies at my DD's school, FWIW. No Pippas.

lottiegarbanzo Sat 07-Sep-19 21:48:08

Connie is lovely.
Pippa is cute

Hallie is unusual and may cause Hallie / Hailey confusion. Also halitosis. Not keen. Prefer Hattie or Callie.

cakesandphotos Sat 07-Sep-19 21:52:30

I would have to do Philippa and Constance and then shorten them. Not keen on Hallie

glitterfarts Sat 07-Sep-19 21:58:05

Pippa is lovely. If she happens to move to Italy or Greece, she can go by Pip instead.

Then Hallie - although it'll get confused a lot for Hayley pronunciation I think.
Then Connie.

MissHenty Sat 07-Sep-19 22:04:26

I like Connie best
(Love Rupert btw)

MrsElijahMikaelson1 Sat 07-Sep-19 22:09:20

Connie though prefer Constance
Pippa though also better as Philippa
Hallie-just no. My sister has a dog called Hallie and I always thought it was a made up name by her girls when they were toddlers!🤷‍♀️

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PJ67 Sat 07-Sep-19 22:30:45

Think Connie is my favourite, followed by Pippa. Don't really like Halley. Love Noah and that would sound nice with Rupert.

PleaseSirMyGoat Sat 07-Sep-19 22:34:20

Like Pippa a lot, although wasn't aware of the foreign meanings.
Hallie - ok
Connie - I cannot stand this name. I don't know why but it makes me shudder

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