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    Personally I don't like it it sound like a grandma name lol

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    I like it ver much! Essie s a great name and you won't hear the two together much.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cellent View Post
    I think she would get called 'easy' a lot at school
    Disagree.

    I love the name Essie (and my phone can spell it with capitals lol) but I've always wanted to name a daughter Ellie so very similar

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    I think it's a gorgeous name! Essen was on the short list for DD but got vetoed by hubby and bestie. Essie is really sweet.

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    I don't mind it, I think it's cute

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    Not a fan. "nessie, the loch ness monster" is what I get.

    But I like the way it rolls off the tongue

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    I like the name but not with Elizabeth with a middle name, my first thought was a nn for Elizabeth

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    Essie, I don't mind, but the name I thought instantly that I thought it was short for was Estelle.
    Ellie, Lizzy, Libby, Eliza, Liz, Beth are short for Elizabeth from memory.

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    I like it. We have a friend who's girl is called Esme but gets Essie as a nickname.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SpaghettiMonster View Post
    How do you pronounce Esme?
    Just curious as I have never heard it before... I don't think.
    A friend of mine just named her baby girl Esme and said its pronounced "ess-may"


 

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