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    My featherbaby....it's her name😊

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    I had a little kitten who I named Cleo (Cleopatra) because it looked like she had black, winged eyeliner around her eyes.
    I've never known anyone to use it as a child's name but I don't hate it, actually. It could also suit both sexes now that I think of it.

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    I don't dislike it, but I don't love it either. Like PPs have said, it strikes me as a nickname.

    It makes me think of Ita Buttrose!

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    I like it. it was on our list both times. sadly both were boys so i never even got to really entertain the idea.

    I've never personally met a cleo (person..or otherwise) hence its appeal to me.

    Strangely enough i was only thinking of this the other day. i see it more as a nick name but i don't fully love Cleopatra enough to use it as much as i love cleo. So not sure where that leaves me haha

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    The magazine. I couldn't and wouldn't choose it as my daughters name, but that's just me.

    If you love it, then that's all that matters!

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    Cleo and Hildegaurd. I watch a lot of Sofia the first.

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    I like it with a K. It's the European spelling and is quite commonly a boys name too.

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    I wasn't a fan until I met an adorable little Cleo and she completely changed my mind. Now I think it's beautiful.
    What do I think of when I hear the name Cleo? Cleo the goldfish from Pinocchio, who is also a beautiful little creature.

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    Go with your heart! I've had many criticisms for all three of my kids names and they aren't particularly out there. Go with what you love!


 

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