I think that [name]Apple[/name] would make a really cute middle name.
[name]Ann[/name] is just too old. What do you think? Is [name]Apple[/name] too unusual?

I would say [name]Apple[/name] (at least for the next few decades) is inherently celebrity stamped. It is consigned to the [name]Pax[/name], Moonunit, [name]Jagger/name, [name]Peaches[/name], Zuma, [name]Bronx[/name] pile.

I have seen [name]Plum[/name] used as a middle name in a few posh [name]Brit[/name] newspaper announcements and I thought it was quite cute and quirky (and untouched by celebs!)

I second everything the poster above said, including that [name]Plum[/name] would be very cute (it’s reaonably traditional, as far as fruit names for people go).
Also, the much longer [name]Clementine[/name] is in common(ish) use, and that’s pretty, too.

I think [name]Apple[/name] is fine for a middle name. Good luck!

I love [name]Apple[/name]. I love it as a first name, but also as a middle name.

Have you considered [name]Apolline[/name]? It’s a beautiful underused French name that can have the nickname [name]Apple[/name].

I have to say that whenever I see the name [name]Apple[/name] I think of [name]Gweneth[/name] Paltrow’s daughter. Though if you’re using it for a middle name I think it sounds quite alright! Cheers!

I have a friend named [name]Apple[/name], she’s the same age as myself (33) and hates the fact that is is now forever associated with little [name]Apple[/name] [name]Martin[/name]. It really suits my friend who is just as quirky as her name :slight_smile:


The name [name]Apple[/name] reminds me of some of the threads we’ve seen, like Aloe - kind of would be a pretty name, it’s a plant, a healing plant in fact… it’s just odd. Other one was someone knew a girl whose parents insisted no one nickname little Coriander, while other herbs and spices are used for names with no problem. Coriander, what is seriously wrong with it? It is like [name]Brooklyn[/name] to me, which as a place is kind of strange to use as a name, but [name]Brooke[/name] and [name]Lyn[/name] are names, so why not? As a society, we just get used to things someone once thought was original and unique.

Apples are good, but are they a name? I don’t associate it as [name]Gwyneth[/name] Paltrow’s strange choice. I think it could be a name, but I’m not sure. My tastes are not that way out there. If you only know one [name]Apple[/name] in life and it’s some celebrity’s idea of a name, then most people might associate with that, but I think it could be interesting. I don’t know about [name]Plum[/name] for a name, that’s also a little eccentric in my opinion, but not in any critical way - I like that some people go with these ideas, I like meeting people whose parents weren’t boxed in with the flavor of the day. Why is [name]Olive[/name] a name and not [name]Apple[/name]? When I meet new people with an interesting name, it makes life interesting than if they were all called [name]Julia[/name] and [name]Megan[/name] and [name]Karen[/name] and [name]Penelope[/name], normal strictly tasteful names. [name]Apple[/name]. It’s also kind of funny in a wordplay that APPELlation means name.

Thanx for posting! :slight_smile: