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Morgan or Alexis?

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FreshScent Sun 23-Aug-09 23:46:32

Which do you prefer for a girl and why?

MrsBarbaraKingstanding Sun 23-Aug-09 23:49:50

Um if I had to choose, Alexis. AS Moragn too unisex, but prefer Alexa, but much prefer Alexandra shprtened to just Alex. More clarsy imo.

PrettyCandles Sun 23-Aug-09 23:52:18

Mmm, neither, really. Morgan too unisex, as MrsBK says, and Alexis always sounds somehow witchy to me.

anniemac Mon 24-Aug-09 10:50:51

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MrsMattie Mon 24-Aug-09 13:41:56

Alexis.

MUL Mon 24-Aug-09 14:49:59

Def Alexis it's alovely name and not too common, and there aint nowt witchy about it lol wink

magbags Mon 24-Aug-09 17:00:30

Alexis from your choices (dont like Morgan at all) but think Alexa is a lot nicer tbh.

cece Mon 24-Aug-09 17:06:21

Neither really, both a bit 'Dynasty' for me.

How about Alexia?

screamingabdab Mon 24-Aug-09 17:34:51

Alexis

jkklpu Tue 25-Aug-09 22:39:09

neither, not least as Alexis is actually a boy's name (or was before Dynasty), and Morgan should have remained a boy's name, too

can't stand all these wee girls saddled with surnames like Taylor, Reilly, Bailey, Morgan and the like - they've plenty of time to become law firms when they grow up

tummytickler Tue 25-Aug-09 22:43:14

Neither.
I dont like names that mean you have to guess the gender, and Alexis is too masculine too.
Sorry.

Beauregard Tue 25-Aug-09 22:44:02

Neither tbh

theDMplagiarisedLeonie Tue 25-Aug-09 22:45:23

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Claire2009 Tue 25-Aug-09 22:53:40

My DD is Morgane. I love it and it really suits her.

Maddy06 Wed 26-Aug-09 11:21:57

Don't you hate it when you read negative opinions on the name you've set your heart on?! I adore Alexis - to me it's feminine and strong, and I plan to use it if I have a girl (in about 2 weeks time!). But if I saw Morgan written down I'd assume it was a boy. However, I live in Northern Ireland and think there are sometimes big differences in how names come across here compared to other parts of the country.

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