Comments for the name Primrose

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Primrose was a character in the television programme "The Darling Buds of May."
-- Anonymous User  5/3/2007
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
Primrose is a census-dedicated place on the Kenai peninsula of Alaska.
-- LMS  11/23/2008
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
Primrose Everdeen is Katniss' little sister in the series "The Hunger Games."
-- Dawson  8/18/2010
Primrose was the name of Sam Gamgee's fifth daughter and ninth child in the Lord of the Rings books.
-- Buneary  3/24/2015
Two famous Australians have the name Primrose.
They are socialite and philanthropist Lady Potter (born Primrose Catherine Anderson-Stuart), widow of philanthropist Sir Ian Potter, and her daughter, socialite Primrose Dunlop, known as "Pitty Pat".
-- Just Jonquil  4/7/2015

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