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Fimbo Tue 08-Jul-08 14:41:42

I know someone who has just called their baby this and I think its lovely but not something I would have gone for (too traditional me!).

tiredemma Tue 08-Jul-08 14:43:04

no, I dont think I like it.

DorrisMcWhirter Tue 08-Jul-08 14:44:26

Would just remind me of:
a) That kid from Grange Hill in the years gone past
b) That prat from Big Brother

Pity though because I like it!

GooseyLoosey Tue 08-Jul-08 14:45:00

Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars

Fimbo Tue 08-Jul-08 14:46:43

There is a Ziggy in Lazy Town too is there not?

I want to spill the names of the siblings but I am scared incase she is a MNer!

Doozie Tue 08-Jul-08 17:33:53

Not keen, but I have heard Ziggy short for the name Zygmunt. I think Zygmunt is German or Polish. Sorry too tired to look it up to check.

sleepycat Tue 08-Jul-08 17:36:11

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

southeastastra Tue 08-Jul-08 17:38:04

yes the spotty kid from grange hill who went on to become jimmy corkhill's heroin addict son

Walkthedinosaur Tue 08-Jul-08 17:41:13

Not for me, I had a dog called Ziggy

DarrellRivers Tue 08-Jul-08 17:41:16

aah yes, ziggy marley
my very first teenage BF was into Ziggy Marley
[wistfully gazes into the distance}

LittleMissBliss Tue 08-Jul-08 17:57:12

The kid has to be uber cool to pull off a name like that. And it does remind me of ziggy thin lips from BB.

my friend has a dog called Ziggy after Ziggy Marley.

LynetteScavo Tue 08-Jul-08 17:58:53

There is a Ziggy is DS's year at school.

He's only ever known as Ziggy, but infact it's not his real name.

findtheriver Tue 08-Jul-08 18:02:29

Too dated

iMum Tue 08-Jul-08 18:03:27

now Ziggy played guitar.......

chandellina Tue 08-Jul-08 18:39:03

my dh better not catch wind of this. he'd be all over it.

bikerunski Tue 08-Jul-08 20:00:07

...played it good with Weird and Gilly.....

Alishanty Tue 08-Jul-08 21:28:58

Sounds like more of a nickname than a proper name imo.

iMum Wed 09-Jul-08 16:13:00

and the spiders from mars......

onthepier Wed 09-Jul-08 19:06:34

I worked with a lady called Ziggy once, it actually suited her!

Takver Wed 09-Jul-08 19:50:23

I've met a Ziggy too, definitely suited her, though I'd just assumed it was a nickname.

gauly Wed 09-Jul-08 22:46:34

I know a German where it's short for Sigmund / Siegmund (as in Sigmund Freud). It does sound rather like "Zygmunt" when Germans say it. I think it's spelt Siggi or Siggy over there though.

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