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rusmum Fri 12-Sep-08 21:01:11

is rose now a common name ?????

ethanchristopher Fri 12-Sep-08 22:47:46

no not common

but i know about 5 or 6 out of about 600 people at my school

Reginaphilangy Sat 13-Sep-08 00:08:04

As a middle name it is popular - yes.
As a first name it is less so.

But it is getting more popular ...

Its a beautiful name smile

GrimmaTheNome Sat 13-Sep-08 00:11:03

I wanted to call my DD Rose. Its lovely.

mindy27 Sat 13-Sep-08 00:13:10

what a lovely name, i love flower names, i like lily 2

ghosty Sat 13-Sep-08 00:15:59

<<clasps rusmum to her chest>>
What a beautiful name smile
All the way through my pregnancy, my baby was going to be a Rose if she was a girl. It is my favourite name for girl. But very strangely, after she was born we completely changed our minds. It was and is still my favourite girl's name but DD just didn't look like a Rose. Even as a brand new baby she wasn't a Rose. DH and I both felt it instantly and after about 24 hours of discussion we called her Abigail (Abi for short) instead and that suits her perfectly.
If I was to get pg again (highly unlikely) Rose would be at the top of my list again.
smile

1dilemma Sat 13-Sep-08 00:20:56

Yep very
sorry I like it too

(presuming you do)

yummymummy1405 Sat 13-Sep-08 21:52:30

wanted it somewhere in dd's name but dh refused. tis very beautiful and feminine

BlueChampagne Tue 16-Sep-08 13:23:30

How about Rosanne/a, Rosemary, Rosamund, Rosalind?

TheFallenMadonna Tue 16-Sep-08 13:24:54

It's lovely. I much prefer it to the variations on a theme.

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