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    Quote Originally Posted by babyno1onboard View Post
    I like Chrysanthe, I think it really nice. Not so much a fan of Chrisanthy, it looks like someone tried to write Chris Anthony and stuffed up.
    Santhy is a nice nickname too
    I thought the same thing! I keep reading it as Chris Anthony, but for some reason I dont read Chrysanthe the same way.

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    I know someone with this name and her nick is Chrysa

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    I know someone with this name and her nick is Chrysa

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    Quote Originally Posted by Juventina View Post
    I know someone with this name and her nick is Chrysa
    Does she get a lot of compliments or people asking about her name?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unschooling4 View Post
    Does she get a lot of compliments or people asking about her name?
    Not really. She's Greek so people generally just want to know how to say it correctly!!!

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    I normally don't like made-up sounding names (i know this is a real name but it is not familiar to me at all) however I don't mind it! I think the fact it is designed to honour someone is very sweet.

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    Ooh I love it! I think she'd definitely get Chris for short though. But that's really cute 😊

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    Chrysala or Chrisala is also lovely x

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    I know a woman with the name Chrystal. Common name spelt differently. And it always get spelt wrong, she is way correcting. When I named my daughter I was going to spell it the traditional way but thought it would be too confusing for other people. I love her name and am really glad we stuck with it. The only one to spell it wrong g so far is her dad. Lol. He is dyslexic though so has an excuse.
    I think if you like it that's great but really take into account that she is going to be a baby, the a young child and then a teenager. Think about you having that name at those points in your life and then add some extra bullies.
    I think that honouring 'Chris' is lovely and I'm sure there are other more pronounceable names that can do that.
    Don't mean to dump on your name choice. But it's not something I would chose. Maybe as a middle name?


 

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