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claudib Sun 03-Aug-08 21:19:44

any thoughts on this one..?

copingvquietly Sun 03-Aug-08 21:20:40

beautifulsmile

paolosgirl Sun 03-Aug-08 21:21:20

Love it smile

SNoraWotzThat Sun 03-Aug-08 21:23:49

I know am esmé, I like the name.

Not sure if it would be hard to keep saying "with and accent over the 'e'..."

hw2004 Sun 03-Aug-08 21:24:45

It's my nan's name and I love it. Only thing is my grandad shortens it to Ez or Ezzie which i'm not sure about.

MissisBoot Sun 03-Aug-08 21:24:52

Tis lovely

SNoraWotzThat Sun 03-Aug-08 21:25:43

Do you have é or e hw2004?

lottiejenkins Sun 03-Aug-08 21:36:52

I think its the scottish variant of Amy...........

itsMYmummy Sun 03-Aug-08 21:39:39

Oh i think its beautiful. A name that would really work well on either child or adult.

hw2004 Sun 03-Aug-08 21:42:42

Just standard Esme Snorawotzthat!!

frazzledoldbag34 Sun 03-Aug-08 21:42:57

Gorgeous name. Love it.

giraffescantdancethetango Sun 03-Aug-08 21:44:19

i love that name

SNoraWotzThat Sun 03-Aug-08 21:45:18

So you can do it with or without, thanks hw2004

MaryAnnSingleton Sun 03-Aug-08 21:47:06

lovely name - my friend's dd is called Esme

Absolutely love the name and wanted it for DS before he turned out to be a he. DP said no (but only because in his part of the world it would be considered wanky, I think). Makes me think of J. D. Salinger's writing [wistful]

zebedee1 Sun 03-Aug-08 21:48:32

gorgeous name (adds to list for fictitious DD)

nappyaddict Sun 03-Aug-08 23:48:23

i know 2. 1 plain esme and 1 short for esmeralda

Tortington Sun 03-Aug-08 23:52:12

love it - i call my dd this - she is Emma, have always called her this

pointydog Sun 03-Aug-08 23:52:23

s'ok

MrsFogi Sun 03-Aug-08 23:57:57

Lovely

thumbwitch Mon 04-Aug-08 00:00:15

love Esme, Dad has a cousin named that who is a lovely lady.

Califrau Mon 04-Aug-08 00:01:27

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Bronze Mon 04-Aug-08 00:01:55

Gorgeous.

zazen Mon 04-Aug-08 00:03:56

I love Esmé and Ezra as well!

Bit Notredame though: The bells the bells! Esmerelda!

And Terry Pratchet's Granny Weatherwax was also Esmerelda.

But I love Esmé.

mrswoolf Mon 04-Aug-08 00:04:44

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