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baby girl's name: Nola

(22 Posts)
elsah33 Sun 20-Sep-09 21:56:44

Any thoughts anyone?

hf128219 Sun 20-Sep-09 21:59:20

No.

4andnotout Sun 20-Sep-09 22:00:32

I love it

cookielove Sun 20-Sep-09 22:01:11

i like it

piscesmoon Sun 20-Sep-09 22:07:54

No

TinaSparkles Sun 20-Sep-09 22:14:35

Mmm... Not sure. Have you been reading the new Dan Brown? There's a Nola in that!

Pingpong Sun 20-Sep-09 22:16:55

The only Nola I know is my Mum's age and it's short for Finnola/Finnoula.
I'm not keen

DiamondHead Sun 20-Sep-09 22:19:11

It would put me off that her whole life whenever anyone shounted 'NO', she'd be thinking they were shouting at her - IYKWIM.

daisy71 Sun 20-Sep-09 22:20:09

DH wants this for our DD because his grandad was called Noel. I am not keen myself, so we won't be using it.

KleineMaus Sun 20-Sep-09 22:21:24

Not sure about Nola, although I have thought about Ola.

elsah33 Sun 20-Sep-09 22:24:43

There's also a Nola in Woody Allen's film Match Point. Wonder if it's more of an American name?

thell Sun 20-Sep-09 22:27:07

I like it

Also like Nuala (pr. Noola)

Firawla Mon 21-Sep-09 00:34:10

Its pretty

Monty100 Mon 21-Sep-09 01:05:24

Quite like Nola.

Luuurve Lola.

mathanxiety Mon 21-Sep-09 01:43:31

New Orleans LA (?)
I like it, prefer Nora.

smother Mon 21-Sep-09 12:51:31

I really really love this name! what is it short for? or would you be happy just using Nola?

KembleTwins Mon 21-Sep-09 12:55:18

The main female character in "Showboat" is Nola, but it's short for Magnolia. I think it sounds a bit "made up" as a name on its own. What about Noelle, if DH wants to use his grandad's name?

NormaSknockers Mon 21-Sep-09 12:55:43

Love it! Very funky

daisy71 Tue 22-Sep-09 10:54:48

Urghh! Noelle is even worse, reminds me of runny noses for some strange reason. No it's definitely not happening for us-DH can whistle (can you tell I'm very hormonal and fed up with 3 weeks to go lol!?)

theagedparent Tue 22-Sep-09 11:19:13

Really like it.

elsah33 Tue 22-Sep-09 17:35:55

Would use it just as 'Nola' on its own, but just not sure about it. Seems to provoke mixed reactions here as well. Hmm, Lola might be an idea too- or else Nina. Phew, glad I still have few months to go..

Washersaurus Tue 22-Sep-09 17:38:45

I quite like it, I prefer Nona/Nonah - it means 'ninth' though and I'm not planning on having that many!

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