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It’s decent. I prefer India.
I used to know an Indie, she had bright orange hair. Once she reached middle school, she changed her name to Vanessa after her deceased older sister.

Anyways, I don't like this name. It sounds, well, childish. Like, c'mon...there are so many other names to choose from. I do like Indie Music, though. Tame Impala is really nice.
I changed my mind, it's kind of pretty actually.
At first I wasn’t sure about the name Indie, but I think it’s one of my favorites right now. My favorite combination is Indie Opal.
Cute name, very underrated.
India is better...
Despise! So, so bad and unoriginal.
Nothing says “Trying too hard to be a hipster” like naming your baby Indie.
Indie means “independent”.
Indie can also be used as a diminutive of Indigo or other names beginning with a similar sound.
I actually kinda like this name. I don’t know why, I just do.
I like Indie for a name. It would also be a cute nickname for Indiana, too.

God bless you ❤️.
Ugly, and tacky.
Indie is a cute name. It sounds even better if you have a pretty nice last name.
The REASON why this name can also SOMETIMES be MASCULINE is because it CAN be a VARIANT of INDY(1).
https://www.behindthename.com/name/indy-1
I really like the name Indie for a girl or a boy (though for boys I prefer the spelling Indy). It can be a nickname for India, Indiana or Indigo. Indie sounds kind of exotic and cool, but can also be really cute on a little kid. I think it ages well, although Indies should have a long name they can switch to in case it gets too immature.
This name can also be MASCULINE as a variant of INDY, making it UNISEX. Although NOT a common name in boys.

In the USA, it was given to only 18 boys in 2018
In the UK, it was also given to only 11 boys in 2008

https://www.names.org/n/Indie/about
https://names.darkgreener.com/#indie
Nice nickname for a kid only.

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