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elnotle Mon 12-Oct-09 12:00:32

What do you think?
It has received less than enthusiastic responses so far, so would like opinions.

hattee Mon 12-Oct-09 12:26:07

I've never heard of it before. I think it sounds quite harsh, and wouldn't use it myself.

I think Georgina is better

etchasketch Mon 12-Oct-09 12:27:40

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belgo Mon 12-Oct-09 12:30:04

Also read courgette.

Georgina or Georgiana far prettier.

boodleboot Mon 12-Oct-09 12:39:52


are you having a baby vegetable?

Georgia or Georgiana is nicer non?

velveteenbun Mon 12-Oct-09 15:54:47

I like it. Don't think it sounds like courgette hmm

rubyredface Mon 12-Oct-09 15:57:17

One of my closest friends is called Georgette but everyone calls her Georgie (waves if she's here) - nicer lady you'd never meet grin

MrsMorgan Mon 12-Oct-09 15:58:46

I love it. My cousins twins are Harriet and Georgette.

GreatGooglyMoogly Mon 12-Oct-09 15:59:00

It's a fabric, isn't it?

suwoo Mon 12-Oct-09 16:01:09

Fabric was the first thing that came to my mind too

rosieposey Mon 12-Oct-09 16:01:47

Its a material (sort of transparenty) so thats all it would remind me of, sorry. Georgiana is lovely and old fashioned if a bit of a mouthful, Georgia is a really common name now and Georgina reminds me of the famous five and a mean estate agent i once knew hmm

bellissima Tue 13-Oct-09 08:57:20

Sounds like a brand of mini-pill.

LilyBolero Tue 13-Oct-09 09:01:09

Reminds me of Lillets (sorry). I prefer Georgina, or Georgiana.

crumpet Tue 13-Oct-09 09:10:55

I associate it with Georgette Heyer, so it conjours up nothing but lovely thoughts!

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