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The Primrose, along with the Violet, are the flowers of February.
-- Tbird  7/27/2005
I love the name Primrose, it's very pretty. This is the name of the main character in Sweet Miss Honeywell's Revenge.
-- Emma Hia  12/24/2005
As a weeny kid this was my favourite name. LOL. I think I watched too many princess films or something. Anyway, I think this is a terrible name now. Very snobby-old-lady-ish and unoriginal.
-- Surreal  1/1/2007
Like with most of the floral names a real "grounded" and pretty name. Snobbery and flowers don't mix for me.
-- Anonymous User  2/4/2007
Primrose was a character in the television programme "The Darling Buds of May."
-- Anonymous User  5/3/2007
I absolutey love this name, but I can't imagine it on an old lady. It sounds good as a middle name!
-- KamekoIida  3/16/2008
As a surname, Primrose belongs to William Primrose (1904-1982), a Scottish violist who is possibly the most well-known violist of all time.
-- blaaarg  5/29/2008
I prefer the French version: Primavere.
-- Paris44  9/2/2008
Primrose is a census-dedicated place on the Kenai peninsula of Alaska.
-- LMS  11/23/2008
A very feminine name.
-- vomiting  2/17/2009
A character in Susan Collin's "The Hunger Game", Primrose (or just Prim) is the younger sister of the heroine, Katniss. Prim is small, delicate and timid but is a natural at helping heal people and is clever and determined.
-- Anonymous User  5/20/2009
Very formal.
-- Kerules  8/8/2009
Because of the phrase "Primrose path", I never used to pay this name any mind. However, now I think it's classy and elegant *without* being pretentious. And honestly, of all the schoolyard bullying fodder there is out there, I'm not really sure if 'Primrose path' or 'prim & propper' would become taunts (a little complicated). High school might be different, though. Anyway, this might make a cool nickname, too.
-- erb816  11/26/2009
I want to retract my earlier statement--this name is actually quite pretentious.
-- erb816  6/23/2010
Primrose Everdeen is Katniss' little sister in the series "The Hunger Games."
-- Dawson  8/18/2010
I love this name. I think it ages gracefully. I can imagine a sweet, shy little girl and an old, kind lady with this name.
-- Anonymous User  10/1/2010
No offense to anyone, but it reminds me of prime ribs=) I like the Rose part just not Prim.
-- Anonymous User  11/25/2010
I will admit it's rather pretty, but it's also youthful and tacky. I'd stick to Rose on its own, if I were you.
-- Black_X  7/28/2011
Love this one. Sounds like a very cute little girl would have this name, and would fit for a lovely older lady also.
-- Erika_Christine  9/21/2011
I think Primrose is tacky. Some flower names are ok, but this is not one of them.
-- GibsonGirl  11/5/2011
Not a fan of this name. It sounds old-fashioned in a bad sort of way, and the "prim" sound only makes me think "prim and proper".
-- the_awesome_elf  3/13/2012
My fiance's grandmother is named Primrose and she's a very elegant and well-spoken woman, very proper and she doesn't take any nonsense. If we ever have a daughter I would consider this for her middle name to honor her and I also think it's a very beautiful name but I feel it's a little too over the top to use as a first name.
-- michelle.ramirez  4/25/2012
This name wasn't so bad until Hunger Games came out. Now I'm seeing it all over baby name websites, and people are actually considering it for their daughters. Primrose is bound to lose its uniqueness soon.
-- Bonquiqui  6/1/2012
This name is terrible: it's tacky and snobby.
-- flamingrubyred  10/26/2012
My daughter is Primrose Alice. It is beautiful and she has compliments for her name instead of bullies teasing her, even though she's in high school. We named her Primrose because where we live, there are always beautiful yellow and purple primroses in Febuary, and as a coincidence she was born in such month. She might have been a violet but we already know 2 and personally I think Primrose is a much more beautiful name. She usually goes as "Rose" or "Rosie" especially at school, and some people just call her by her middle name (but she is also known by her nickname at home!). It is a beautiful name and I love it.
-- Anonymous User  12/29/2012
I think Primrose is an ugly, awful, terrible name.
-- LoveHeartKawaii  8/19/2014

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