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Isadora, really good or really bad?

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lizzih1974 Wed 03-Sep-08 20:36:04

I was sent a postcard today with a picture of Isadora Duncan (dancer) and thought "oh this could be a sign.."

Your thoughts please...

ThisTooWillPass Wed 03-Sep-08 20:38:18

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TheMoistWorldOfSeptimusQuench Wed 03-Sep-08 20:41:24

Isadora, Izzy, and Dora

All lovely

Wilkiepedia Wed 03-Sep-08 20:41:47

DOn't like - sorry

frazzledoldbag34 Wed 03-Sep-08 20:43:57

i like it.
Izzy and Dora are both really nice as short forms too.

ThisTooWillPass Wed 03-Sep-08 20:44:19

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NorthernLurker Wed 03-Sep-08 20:47:48

I love the name but I think that the whole scraf thing and the awful accident where she lost both her children might put me off a bit

puzzle Wed 03-Sep-08 20:49:34

Have you ever heard of Wizadora?
It was a program I watched as a kid.

ethanchristopher Wed 03-Sep-08 20:51:07

its okay but i dont like the shortened formes izzy and dora. i like isabella if you like "i" names

PuppyMonkey Wed 03-Sep-08 20:51:09

Or Kia-Ora? grin

NotAnOtter Wed 03-Sep-08 20:51:47

i think it is fabulous
teen ager will love it

Jojay Wed 03-Sep-08 20:52:15

Love it.

squeaver Wed 03-Sep-08 20:52:33

I know one. They call her Dora.

changer22 Wed 03-Sep-08 20:55:05

I know one who is an Izzy (along with every Isabel and Elizabeth I know). Not so keen.

Califrau Wed 03-Sep-08 21:00:37

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puzzle Wed 03-Sep-08 21:04:39

Can you get me Wizadora's autograph? (only joking!) I can still remember the song. People might sing it to her - theme tune

luckylady74 Wed 03-Sep-08 21:07:27

lovely - very very posh in full form

luckylady74 Wed 03-Sep-08 21:08:14

lovely - very very posh in full form

ScottishMummy Wed 03-Sep-08 21:23:59

isadora- posh exotic, but isa scary wee bachle....

Kelix Wed 03-Sep-08 21:28:16

Reminds me too much of Wizadora - sorry!

myalias Wed 03-Sep-08 21:31:28

Isadora open or shut

ScottishMummy Wed 03-Sep-08 21:32:25

i had to say that to understandwink

MadBadandDangerousToKnow Wed 03-Sep-08 21:32:30

I think it's a lovely name but, even so, rather cutesy and twee. I can't imagine that any Isadora is ever going to train to be a welder, for examaple.

I wouldn't, though, be deterred by the Isadora Duncan thing because, for almost any name you chose, you could find someone with that name who came to some sort of untimely or unpleasant end.

MerlinsBeard Wed 03-Sep-08 21:34:30

it immediatly made me think of Wizadora. i have never heard of Isadora Duncan

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