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This name makes me want a cigarette.
noisynora  12/26/2020
2
Not half bad.
noisynora  12/8/2020
2
A whole lot more Frenchier.
― Anonymous User  11/7/2020
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Way too frilly.
someone-  3/16/2020
3
Wow. I mean Fleur was weird enough...
kayisforkeen  10/12/2019
1
When you thought Fleur couldn't get any Frenchier. Now you have Fleurette.
Ainsley Tzivya  1/27/2019
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Sounds like someone's spoiled poodle. I don't think this sounds good on a person. I can't respect a name referring to broccoli to be a good choice.
Buneary  11/12/2012
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According to the French birth records, the name Fleurette hasn't been used since 1955, and even before that it was very uncommon.
― Anonymous User  9/27/2012
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Fleurette . . . of Broccoli!
― Anonymous User  7/20/2008
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As if Fleur wasn't horrible enough. Do people have to add a ditzy American country girl suffix to it too?
slight night shiver  5/24/2008
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So I'm a "ditzy American girl now"? Just because my name (isn't this one) but ends in -ette? That's a little-close minded considering my name is French. I understand you're Finnish and maybe not so culturally aware, but I wish you'd think a little more before you respond. But that's beyond my control, since everyone's entitled to their own opinion.
― Anonymous User  6/18/2011
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The suffix "-ette" is an actual French suffix. Not that I'm defending this name, since it's French for both "floret" and "whipping cream." Not used frequently in the francophone world.
Carousel  7/4/2008
3
A guilty pleasure of mine. I find this a wonderfully pompous name, fit for a Marie Antoinette-esque character in a story, but strangely pretty anyway. Although I would never name a child this--maybe a cat, though, one of those big cats with the fluffy white fur.
Lady Seashell  2/18/2008

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