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    I don't know any, and think it's beautiful. Don't get too hung up on not wanting popular names. As someone that has a teen and a toddler, names go in cycles. DD's name wasn't that popular when we chose it (she was a long time coming), extremely popular not long after she was born. Now it's gone right down in popularity again.

    On the flipside, people I know that snubbed their noses at popular names and not wanting a top 50 name, have found their 'original' names are now really popular bc they weren't popular Just choose a name you love

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    I don't know any Evies, I do know an Avie though, which I think is quite a nice variation.

    I think Evie is gorgeous, and not so wildly popular that she'll be surrounded by Evies.

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    I always liked the name Evelyn "evie" for short, but I think now if I had another girl I would go with Genevieve and still have Evie as the nickname. Evelyn is getting way too common.

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    I would say yes. My dd is Evelyn (Evie) and I've come across a few others here in qld. Maybe Evangeline as an alternative. In saying that I hear Evie way more than Evelyn and anyone who hears her full name says it's beautiful

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    Evie is a lovely name and is our 'girl' name if we have a little lady in the future!


 

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