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Rose Tyler is the current companion to the ninth Doctor in the television series 'Doctor Who'.
-- reservoirdoll1987  5/28/2005
Very beautiful, not too long, not weird or difficult to pronounce and sounds good in any language. It is one of my favorite girls names.
-- Laleroc  7/5/2005
Famous bearer: Rose Byrne.
-- Anonymous User  8/1/2005
Rose McGowan is an acterss who stars as Paige Matthews Halliwell in the popular TV show 'Charmed'. Also, Rose Casson is one of the main characters in Hilary McKay's series of books about the Casson family: "Saffy's Angel", "Indigo's star" and from not so long ago "Permanent Rose".
-- Anjamon  9/17/2005
Numerous etymological works point out the German use of Rose as a form of Mary. In fact, that is often given as the origin. Also, the Catholic Church seems to accept it as a thusly valid "Christian name" for this reason.
-- brandycjudkins  10/19/2005
Comment on this comment: The lady that does my hair/eyebrows/owns the tanning and hair salon in town, she's from Germany, and her name is Rose. So. yah.
-- Tiffany Twisted  9/6/2006
Famous person with the name: Rose Wilder Lane, daughter of Laura Ingalls Wilder, and a famous writer and traveler of the world.
-- Anonymous User  10/31/2005
This is my middle name, and is thoroughly overused as one, but goes well with just about any name. I don't think I've ever been the only one in my class who has this middle name! I think it sounds especially sweet with Emma or Ella (or my name, Lauren!)
-- Anonymous User  1/9/2006
In Titanic, the main female played by Kate Winsellet is called Rose.
-- helena92  2/1/2006
Rose is my middle name and many of my peers think that it is better than my first name. I don't think that. My teacher says that she wants Rose as the middle name of her first girl. It does roll off the tounge. It is also the name of Betty White's character on the old TV show "The Golden Girls".
-- tommybabe  2/11/2006
Nice but pretty boring.
-- lindamaree  3/9/2006
"Rescuing Rose" is a novel by Isabel Wolff.
-- Anonymous User  5/2/2006
I think this is a lovely name. I wouldn't name my child it, unless it was for a middle name, though.
-- black_lace  5/30/2006
Rose is a beautiful name. Makes a great middle name.
-- Anonymous User  6/12/2006
In Fullmetal Alchemist, Rose Thomas is a girl who was tricked by the prophet Cornello, but Edward and Alphonse Elric helped her defeat him. Later, she reappears as an important figure called the "Holy Mother".
-- DarkShizuka  6/20/2006
I like the name Rose. It goes well with many current names.
-- Emma McHnery  8/31/2006
Rose has been on the top 1000 list since the 1880's. It was hugely popular from the 1880's to the 1950's with its most popular year being 1910. In 2005 it ranked 333.
-- Anonymous User  9/25/2006
I like this name better as a middle name. It goes with almost anything!
-- Taydbug112  9/29/2006
Actor Johnny Depp's daughter's name is Lily-Rose.
-- Emmasj  10/19/2006
Madame Rose represents the stock character of fortune teller and medium in "Cluedo Master Detective." (Related to the "Clue" board game.)
-- Emmasj  10/27/2006
It's a beautiful name. Rose could be nickname for Rosanna, Rossana or Roseann.
-- melodyprayer  11/5/2006
I think it's pretty, and it would've been my name if I had red hair (thankfully not -- the name hardly suits me), but I think that this best belongs to the flower. It just doesn't sound all that appealing to me.
-- dreadfulxsorry  11/16/2006
I'd prefer it if it was paired with something else like, Helena - Rose, Tallulah - Rose, Rose - Leigh.
-- Luangi  12/4/2006
The Lady Rose Victoria Birgitte Louise Windsor is the youngest child and daughter of the Duke and Duchess of Gloucester (Prince and Princess Richard).
-- MariaNikolaievnaRoma  12/25/2006
I just started really liking this name today. It's a nice twist because everyone has it as their middle name (along with Marie, Grace, etc.) and for a girl to have it as a first name is nice. Plus, Titanic's not a bad movie. ;]
-- nothingshortoftragic  1/2/2007
Exorcism of Emily Rose. Pretty name, scary movie.
-- Anonymous User  1/4/2007
I love the name Rose! But I think I would use it as a middle name though.
-- EgYpTiAn PrInCeSs  1/17/2007
I love this name. If my last name didn't start with an "s" I'd use it. As it is I'm thinking of using Rosalie. I seriously doubt the Greek connection, though I love horses so it wouldn't bother me.

Literary: Rose is the main character in Louisa May Alcott's books "Eight Cousins" and "Rose in Bloom."
-- Annabeau  2/15/2007
This is a very elegant name. I love it!
-- scarletquillraven  2/19/2007
A lot of people have probably already said this but, I like Rose better as a middle name. I know tons of people (which includes my little sister whom I helped name) with the middle name Rose. Along with Anna, Lynn, and Marie, it simply sounds good in the middle.
-- Anonymous User  2/20/2007
Rose is a great name, but I prefer it as a middle name because it usually goes great with any girl name.
-- katiedid  2/27/2007
My jumping mouse was named Rose. I named her after Rose in Titanic, because I was crazy about "Titanic" and Kate Winslet at that time.
-- elliebeth  3/6/2007
Briar Rose is the name Aurora is called when she is hiding from Millicent in SLeeping Beauty.
-- Rockos_Modern_Life_1  5/10/2007
Very over-used as a middle name. Rarely used as a first name anymore. I don't know why, it's so pretty and elegant!
-- xKatiex  6/3/2007
This is my name, I got it when I was born! From now I love this name very much, I will never change it in my whole life!
-- Happyeveryday  7/19/2007
Spoiler warning for those who have not read Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows. Ron and Hermione's daughter is called Rose Weasley.
-- Nochenne  7/21/2007
This is my favourite name. I think it has an elegant air to it and so would be good for anyone, no matter what your age. Though the pet form is Rosie, I would associate this more with a little girl or a dog. Overall, I think this is a nice name (even if it's thought to be a little over-used)!
-- Lone_Butterfly  7/24/2007
A simply sweet name. Old fashioned, like Pearl, but absolutely beautiful.
-- Anonymous User  7/29/2007
Rose Dewitt Bukater (played by Kate Winslet) the co-star of Titanic is a famous bearer of the name.
-- Miracle1980Olympics  8/4/2007
I love the name Rose, it's feminine without being too girly. I like it as a middle name better.
-- Anonymous User  9/11/2007
Rose is my middle name, it's a variant for my mother's name, "Rosie." I think it compliments my first name beautifully: Christine Rose.
-- rove  9/16/2007
Rose Wilder Lane was an American journalist and political theorist, the daughter of writer Laura Ingalls Wilder.
-- Anonymous User  9/18/2007
Rose Tyler was the companion to the Doctor in the first two series of the revamped "Doctor Who" TV show produced by BBC.
-- kimevenstar  9/29/2007
This name sounds simple and sweet to me, but I speak French and I would never name my child this because rose means pink in French, and I would never name my daughter pink.
-- mhavril39  10/15/2007
Famous bearer includes famous author Rose Wilder Lane, daughter (and only surviving child) of Laura Ingalls Wilder and her husband Almanzo Wilder.

Rose's character was in the later of the 'Little House' books, portrayed by multiple actresses (only much later in the series around the time it became "Little House on the Prairie: A New Beginning") in the famous '70's-'80's television series, and also in many miniseries and movies based off of the life of the Ingalls Family.

Rose Wilder Lane was born in December 1886 and died in 1968, at the age of 81.
-- Sarah Elizabeth  10/31/2007
This is a very nice name! I didn't used to like it very much but now I do. Lots of people in Brazil are called Rose, but you pronounce it HO-zee. Rosa is used a lot too, since it is Portuguese for the flower rose. It's pronounced Ho-za. I prefer just Rose as a first name only, I don't really like the combinations like Rosemary or Roseann or Gracie-Rose or something like that.
-- dreamgirl54  11/16/2007
Rose Heart is the real name of the character Redd Heart in the trilogy by Frank Beddor, The Looking Glass Wars.
-- rory  12/17/2007
Rose and Mae are one of those filler middle names for people who don't really want to put the time into thinking of one.
-- scholasticastewart  12/19/2007
My granddaughter's name is Megan Rose which I think is very pretty. She is named after my mother and her great-grandmother Rosemary which is also my first name. By the way, for those who think movies are "real" and don't like the name because of it, besides my granddaughter being named Rose, my daughter, son, 4 siblings and I are all "Rosemary's baby".
-- Anonymous User  1/31/2008
Hopefully someone named Rose would be as pretty as her name.
-- Anonymous User  2/29/2008
I think "Rose" would make a great middle name.
-- JungKyungSoon  3/5/2008
St. Rose of Lima was born in Lima, Peru, in 1586 and died in 1617. She is the patroness of Latin America and the Phillipines. Her real name was Isabel, but she was called Rose and the name stuck.
-- Mel_13  4/5/2008
I love Rose as a first name, as it can be quite sweet and romantic. As a middle name though, all the originality is drained away. I feel as though half the girls in America have either Anne, Rose, Grace or Marie as a middle name. To me the middle name Rose seems like the parents gave no thought at all to it and just tacked it on because they felt she needed a middle name but couldn't be bothered to think of anything interesting.

But as a first name it is gorgeous and refreshing. I'd much rather meet a girl with the first name Rose then yet another girl who is _____ Rose.
-- ZoeAliza  4/7/2008
Roses are nice, and the name isn't exactly ugly, but it sounds quite plain and dull on its own, and it is way too common as a middle name. The name also reminds me of Rose McGowan, who was wacky enough to almost marry Marilyn Manson. Not a good association. However, the name does make me think of attractive women with reddish-brown, long hair, dewy, green eyes, full, red lips, pale skin, and an hourglass figure. This isn't much of a blonde name to me.
-- slight night shiver  5/4/2008
Sweet and rich and glowing with life.
-- EmilyOlive  5/4/2008
My middle name is Rose, and I used to think it was very harsh. Some girls had Lynn as a middle name, which I thought was simple and could be paired with anything. Others had Marie, which I thought was very pretty but also very common. Still others had Jane, which to this day I think is gorgeous. And I had a harsh one-syllable middle name: Rose. It's a family name.

Now that I'm a little older (16), I have grown to appreciate my middle name, as well as the flower behind it. I think that is beautiful.
-- erb816  5/21/2008
I LOVE this name, so simple, classic and elegant.
-- IrishRose45  5/21/2008
A very pretty feminine name. It makes a great middle name too. I obviously think so because I chose this as my Catholic Confirmation Name, so if included with my name, makes it sound more feminine, if it wasn't already. The rest of my names are complex and unusual, so it works well.
-- BitterMarija  6/8/2008
In the fairy tale "Sleeping Beauty", the three fairies call the Princess Aurora by "Briar Rose" while raising her in the cottage in the forest.
-- Anonymous User  7/3/2008
Actress Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban have a daughter Rose, was born 7th July 2008. She weighed 3,04 kilogramms.
-- MaggieSimpson  7/9/2008
One of my great-grandmothers was named Rose. I think it is a really beautiful name. I always think of her when I hear it. Unfortunately, it's gotten popular as a middle name, like Anne, Marie, Lynn, and Leigh. I like this name way better as a first name.
-- bananarama  7/12/2008
My middle name is Rose, and I don't care if it's common. For a first name, I find it a bit old-fashioned, but still pretty. I just think it's better as a nickname for something like Rosalind, Rosanne, Rosette, etc. But hey, that's just me. I also like the flower; it's pretty.
-- Xx_Malaika_xX  9/10/2008
Rose is graceul, beautiful, dark, mysterious, yet strong and independent. And the name's history is so interesting. The German language is usually rough and unattractive, no offense to those who are German/of the heritage! I am primarily of German heritage.

The name has to either be a middle-name or it has to be a name combo to get by, otherwise, just Rose by itself is prententious.
-- _0TophasNails_1  11/23/2008
Rose is a lovely name. I can picture the name Rose on a baby, little girl, teenager, young woman, middle aged woman, and old woman. I think Rose can work for all ethnic backgrounds as well.
-- Anonymous User  11/25/2008
I love my name now (my name is Rose), but I used to hate it. The one thing I used to hate is when people would buzz the s (as in pronouncing it Ro-zh, aaah!). Since my dad has the same name as just about everyone in his generation and nobody can pronounce my mom's name right, they wanted to name me something that everyone could pronounce but not everyone would have. I haven't found many people with my name as a first name which is awesome (I have 6 friends named different variants of Erin and it's horribly confusing). People always come up to me and tell me they love my name, which is also awesome. I was so excited it might have been partially derived from German as well - I love the German language!
-- mongoosestalker  12/5/2008
I love the name Rose! It's so classic and sweet. It's my grandmother's name and it's also my middle name.
-- ibbierose  1/27/2009
I absolutely LOVE the name Rose! It's so pretty and elegant, and it's feminine without being too girly. I think it is great as a first name, and I wish it were my name. There are many variations (Rosa, Rosalind, Rosemary, etc), but the only one I like is the French one Rosalie.
-- purple princess  2/19/2009
Rose is such a beautiful name! It gives an impression of sweetness but strength, like a rosebush has tough branches and thorns to protect itself. It's hard to pair with a middle name, but breaking up popular variations can have success, i.e. Rosemary, Roseanne, and Rosalyn become Rose Mary, Rose Anne, and Rose Lynne.
-- britto08  2/21/2009
As I do love my middle name, it is slightly overused. I'd use it as a first name! It's very pretty and not many people have it as a first name.
-- D.Scott  2/25/2009
Rose is a beautiful name, but overused in the middle name spot. I really love as a first name. It sounds so elegant while remaining simple.
-- Anonymous User  3/26/2009
Both of my great grandmothers were Rose, and my middle name is Rose. To pass on the legacy, my daughter is going to be Briar Rose. Rose is a sweet, delicate, attractive name. It may be slightly overused as a middle name, but it's still very timeless.
-- Gothiclovesick  5/13/2009
When I have a daughter, I would love to name her Rosalie, that way she can use Rose as a nickname! :DD
-- Anonymous User  6/8/2009
Like Claire, this name is really pretty and sweet in its simplicity, and who doesn't like roses? It's also very refreshing to see it used as a first name, since, for the last decade or so, it's been majorly overused as a middle name, the Marie and Anne of its generation.

I'm happily surprised that this name hasn't surged in popularity in recent years as the girls who saw that hideous Titanic movie over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over again have grown up and started having kids of their own. Madison didn't get so hideously popular as a girl's name till a generation after 'Splash!,' and Jennifer stayed so popular well into the Eighties in part because the younger girls who had seen 'Love Story' apparently remembered that movie and wanted to use the name all of those years.
-- Anyechka  8/24/2009
Rose is super cute! I also love Titanic. I'm using this name in a story I'm gonna write. I don't like it as a middle name though.
-- italiannames  11/22/2009
I love this name but if I used it on a child it would be a middle name which I know is a 'typical filler' but it's too dated for me to be a first name. I disagree that it's that you haven't given the middle name enough thought because it is beautifully irresistible, I can see why so many people use it.
-- abbie  1/5/2010
I love it as a middle name. Like my sister in law's middle name is Rose. Beautiful if you ask me. (:
-- Anonymous User  1/11/2010
Rose Porteous (b. 1948), Filipina-Australian socialite.

Even this trashy gold-digger can't ruin the name for me!
-- SandSea  2/23/2010
Rose Sheedy is the name of one of the four main characters in the anime (Japanese animation) Red Garden.
-- missmarlenesinclair  5/7/2010
My middle name and family name. All the daughters in my family have some form of "Rose" in their name. I like it.
-- Anonymous User  8/28/2010
I quite like this name, I think I'd use it as a middle name rather than a first name, though. I think it has really nice connotations, it reminds me of a traditional, English girl (an English Rose). :)
-- walesgal92  9/18/2010
I know that lots of people consider Rose to be a "filler" middle name, but I would use Rose as a middle name not because I couldn't think of anything better but because I happen to honestly love the name. It's beautiful and classic and it evokes lovely imagery every time I hear it. I would also use Rose as a first name.
-- fairy lights  10/26/2010
I named my little girl Rose as I think it's beautiful and elegant.
-- Anonymous User  10/29/2010
Even though this name is very common I love it! I love the name Leilani Rose=)
-- -BekahBoo  11/11/2010
This is my middle name (after my great aunt) and I must say it's filler but it sounds pretty, I suppose. Better than Marie, at least. (No offense to you with the middle name Marie.) As a first name it's... nice, but kind of dull.
-- Chrila96  12/22/2010
My middle name is Rose, as the name runs in the family. My grandmother's name is Rose, my aunt's name is Rosemarie, and my mother's conformation name is Rose. Even my dog's name is Rosie. :) But I really do like my full name, Julianna Rose; it flows nicely.
-- Anonymous User  2/14/2011
Rose is a pretty name. I like the name and I love roses. I am happy to have the name Rose in my last name which is Bellerose.
-- earthangel  3/6/2011
I don't see why this isn't more common as a first name! It's so versatile and beautiful! As a middle name it's very overused. It's common for book characters, but not for people. I love this name!
-- Anonymous User  3/7/2011
Simple, traditional, pretty, and feminine.
-- Joy12  4/19/2011
It's my middle name and I think it's an awesome name! I share a name with my favourite character Rose Tyler!
-- KatieRose  4/21/2011
Napoleon disliked this name. His first wife, known to history as Joséphine de Beauharnais (1763–1814), was called Rose until she met him at the age of 32. He renamed her Joséphine from Josèphe, her second name (she was born Marie Josèphe Rose).
-- SeaHorse15  5/24/2011
"Rose" is (as overrated as it may be) a sweet name, nothing more, nothing less. I must admit that I associate it with women who have lived their lives (meaning: geriatric). It is not an incredibly professional firstname, either. "Rose" is leaps and bounds nicer than "Lily" (I beg of you not to name your daughters that trendy/fad combination).

"Rosie" is a decently tolerable diminutive.
-- Francesca  5/29/2011
I wish this was my name instead of Serena! It's so elegant and classy and I love the diminutive Rosie. Like everyone else says, it's extremely overused as a middle name, so I would be much more likely to use it as a first name. Gorgeous name!
-- SerenaM  7/4/2011
This name is very overused for a middle name, but never in my life have I met a girl with the first name Rose! I mean, what the heck?
-- bonjourfrenchfry  7/24/2011
This is a fantastic name, overused as it is. It's way too common as a middle name, but it's very refreshing to hear it as a first name or a nickname for Rosalie or Roseanne.
-- Black_X  7/28/2011
I am one of them sad people who had a child born 1997 and christened Rose, after Titanic.
-- charlottexx  7/31/2011
This name is nice, because roses are so lovely, and therefore, it's easy to treasure, and not too cheap or trashy.
-- Hushpuppy  8/16/2011
Rose means "pink" in French. Just thought that that would be a cute little fact to know.
-- Myth Writer Dreamer  12/26/2011
Rose Veronica Coyle was Miss America 1936.
-- Anonymous User  1/6/2012
This is my first name, and I have to say I find it incredibly awful. First of all, I believe that no matter how pretty the flower, the name of a plant does NOT belong on a person. It also does not suit my personality, because I'm rather wild and loud and it comes across as extremely dainty.

I also absolutely hate the nickname Rosie, because it's childish.
-- the_awesome_elf  5/6/2012
My middle name is Rose, as is my grandmother's and my little cousin. One of my nicknames as a child was "Roe." It's kind of disgusting now that I think of it considering that there's cod roe, and salmon roe, etc...
-- Anonymous User  6/22/2012
I admittedly narcissistically looked up my own first name. I really do like it a lot. I do occasionally get the "Oh! Your name's Rose? My middle name's Rose!" That does not bother me. My impression of it really is of an old Jewish woman, but that's because I was named after my great grandmother. Nobody likes their name as a child, and for me, I thought it was too feminine to suit me. It is a very feminine name, with little to no gender ambiguity. That being said, it's stopped bothering me. I think the name induces respect and implies intelligence. The fact that it is monosyllabic makes it efficient to say and write. The usual nicknames lengthen it, which I find counterintuitive and discourage the use of. The most common adjective used to describe it is "beautiful," which does not suit me, but I think the name does suit me in its own way. The age of the name doesn't make me feel stuffy, but worldly instead.
-- WanderingBrain  6/23/2012
Rose Lalone of Andrew Hussie's MS Paint adventure, Homestuck.

(It's also a last name, like that of the main character of Aaron Alexovitch's webcomic, Serenity Rose [the character sharing the name of the title])
-- WanderingBrain  6/23/2012
As someone who's had this name for 16 years, I wouldn't recommend it to anyone considering it for their daughter. What if they grow up to hate their floral namesake, as I do? I hate that there are no decent nickname options aside from "Rosie", which is likely to be outgrown by a certain age.
-- merilwen  7/23/2012
Rose is my #1 favourite name EVER! I love it, it's simple and elegant, and timeless, classic and just wonderful. It's so beautiful!
I plan to name my first daughter Rose, After Rose Dewitt Bukater in Titanic, which is one of my favourite films of all time! The rose is also my favourite flower!
-- Grace_Scarlette  7/28/2012
I like the name Rose but after Titanic people always think about Rose Dawson from Titanic so it's kinda depressing. And people always use it as a name filler when it comes to middle names there is a lot with the middle name Rose.
-- 555jazzy  8/3/2012
Rose is beautiful.. I also love Rosa, Rosemary, Rosalie, Rosaline, Rosette... it's pretty both as a first and middle name! ;) In reply to Merilwen, a child could grow up to 'hate' ANY name you could ever give them. You don't know. So if you really dislike your name that much, then introduce yourself as something different. (I did this for a while, as I was ashamed for being named Galadriel, after the elf in Lord of the Rings.) And besides, why would you dislike such a beautiful and classy name? ^.^
-- threevelvetbullets  9/29/2012
Like it, although most think it's for the elderly!
-- SEC908  10/6/2012
Rose Leslie, actress. She was the servant Gwen in the English drama Downton Abbey.
-- Anonymous User  1/13/2013
My name is Rose and I absolutely love it! I have never met another Rose before (I am 23 years old) which makes me love my name even more! I get complimented on it all the time which makes me feel special. I love my name :)
-- MissRose  2/25/2013
This is my middle name, and I hate it. I turned out to be the rare sort of person who is disgusted by flowers completely and hates them with a passion, and honestly I'd rather not have any kind of middle name at all than be named for a flower, so you really need to think things through before naming a little girl after an object such as a plant or gemstone, even if it's regarded as an object of beauty. What if she turns out to hate flowers, like me? What if she's allergic to roses? Even if it sounds unlikely, it can happen. Even if you doubt it would happen, I'd advise you to really think things through anyway, even if you think that your daughter won't mind being named after a flower, or that she will like them. It seemed unlikely that I would mind being named after a flowering plant when my mother picked this name for me. But that's just what happened. I understand that parents risk choosing a name that their child will come to hate every time they give a name to their newborn baby, but my advice is to simply really, really think things through before naming a baby after a physical object, even if it's an object that people usually find lovely.
-- Anonymous User  4/29/2013
This is my name, and I feel very lucky to have it. It is a very romantic and beautiful name that not many have for their first name, though it is overused for a middle. I am called Rosie by family and friends. Some characters with the name I like are Rose Weasley from Harry Potter, Rosie Cotton from Lord of the Rings, and Rose Brier from the Fairy Tale Novels by Regina Doman. I love roses too, especially red ones.
-- thesnowwhiterose  5/1/2013
Rose Brier, a character in the Fairy Tale Novels by Regina Doman. She is a modern day Rose Red (from Snow White and Rose Red) and Briar Rose (from Sleeping Beauty).
-- thesnowwhiterose  5/1/2013
It's pretty but I would never use this name. It's boring, too.
-- Chrysalis  6/4/2013
I love this name! It's short but beautiful, classy, elegant, and timeless all at once. Rosie is cute, but I prefer Rose. It's sad how uncommon this name has gotten, as it was so popular once, and it seems like a lot of people like it. As a middle name it's a little overused, but I think it would be adorable as a first name on a little girl and would age very well. This is one of my favorite names, and I like a lot of similar sounding names like Rosalie, Roslyn, and Rosemarie, too, which you could use as full names if you feel Rose is too short. All of them are beautiful =)
-- Oohvintage  6/10/2013
I've never liked this name. It sounds too 'old lady'.
-- Almonds  7/28/2013
I named one of my triplets Rose back in 2010. I absolutely adore this name, and I like that it's not very common for girls her age. She definitely stands out from the crowd of Emma's, Isabella's, and Sophia's. I do not think this name is 'old ladyish' at all, and if you think it sounds too grown up, you can always call her Rosie, which is very cute :-) I'm a big fan of vintage names that are in need of revival, and everyone who meets my daughter loves her name. It's simple but so elegant and timeless, and that's what I love about it. It doesn't have to be a frilly, four syllable name to be girly and romantic. Rose has a sort of humble beauty to it, in my opinion. Though I agree that it is well beyond overused as a middle name. I've had too many mothers tell me that Rose is their daughter's middle name. I think it's time for overused middle names like Rose, Marie, and Anne to make a comeback as first names, they're all absolutely beautiful and so unfortunately underused at the moment!
-- evelyn a.  8/14/2013
I don't like it at all. I prefer Jasmine.
-- Jason Malcolm  4/19/2014
Amy Rose is one of the main characters in the Sonic the Hedgehog series.
-- LoveHeartKawaii  5/5/2014
I love this name. Roses are my absolute FAVOURITE flowers! :D It's girly, sweet and pretty at the same time. ^^ I would use it as a first name if I had a daughter in the future because it's a totally overused middle name. I don't care if it seems old-fashioned. At least Rose isn't trendy sounding like Ariana, Bailey, Mackenzie etc.
-- LoveHeartKawaii  6/7/2014
My name is Rose. I've always loved it. It's so unique as a first name I've only meet a few people with the same first name. Personally I do feel that it is over used as a middle name because you can find probably half a million people with the middle name, but so few with it as a first name. I think it should definitely make a comeback as a first name because it represents something beautiful and sweet. Plus I love the flowers, oddly though, they're not my favorite.
-- RosesAreRed  7/19/2014
I usually love flower names, but simply can't stand Rose! It reminds me of an old, fat lady. And I hated the whimpy Rose in Titanic. Sorry to all Roses out there, it's nothing personal!
-- Alexanna  9/24/2014
Rose is a main character in Brian Selznick's book Wonderstruck.
-- hkols  9/30/2014

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