See the results of this poll: And which is your favorite, tell why!

Respondents: 78 (This poll is closed)

  • Arwen : 22 (28%)
  • Aspen : 14 (18%)
  • Brie : 3 (4%)
  • Gwen : 28 (36%)
  • Sawyer: 11 (14%)

[name]Gwen[/name] is one of my absolute favorite names right now! Also, I love [name]Arwen[/name]. [name]Both[/name] have a lot of history and character.

I like [name]Aspen[/name] because it has a traditional sound but it has a earthy meaning. I think it’s gorgeous!

I like [name]Arwen[/name] and [name]Gwen[/name] a lot! I don’t care for the others.

[name]Brie[/name] - cheese. [name]Sawyer[/name] - ugly with the word Saw stuck in the middle. The rest are ok, I like [name]Aspen[/name] for it’s gentle sound.

[name]Gwen[/name], though [name]Guinevere[/name] would be preferable.

[name]Brie[/name] would be pronounced [name]Bree[/name], correct? I love that, although I would never spell it that way. I also like [name]Sawyer[/name] and [name]Aspen[/name].

I voted [name]Gwen[/name], although I prefer a longer name like [name]Gwendolen[/name] or [name]Gwenore[/name]. I like [name]Arwen[/name] (nn [name]Ari[/name] or [name]Winnie[/name]?) and [name]Aspen[/name], as well.

[name]Arwen[/name], definitely. [name]Brie[/name] and [name]Gwen[/name] are just fine to me as nicknames, but are insubstantial on their own. [name]Aspen[/name] is too androgynous for my tastes, and has a harsh, hissy sound. [name]Sawyer[/name] just does not belong on a girl. Period.

Voted [name]Arwen[/name]. I can see it on a high schooler, young girl, and adult. I think it’s unique and has good nicknames while having the same sound as “[name]Gwen[/name]” (which has no nn to me). I picture an artistic, spunky, magnetic personality with the name [name]Arwen[/name]!

[name]Gwen[/name] is my favorite. I love it, and I love it more on its own than as a nickname for any longer name.

[name]Aspen[/name] is okay, but I don’t like the others. [name]Arwen[/name] is too LotR for me, [name]Brie[/name] too cheesy, and I find [name]Sawyer[/name] both masculine and, frankly, homely.

It really was tied between [name]Gwen[/name] and [name]Arwen[/name] for me. [name]Both[/name] are gorgeous!

I voted for [name]Aspen[/name]. It sounds so refreshing, I picture it on an artsy, friendly and charismatic girl.
I also like [name]Gwen[/name] and [name]Arwen[/name], in that order.

Good luck :slight_smile:

[name]Sawyer[/name] is all BOY and does not belong on a girl. I like [name]Bree[/name] the best out of your choices, spelled this way. My friend’s Lab is named [name]Arwen[/name]-she’s a sweetheart of a dog. I don’t like [name]Aspen[/name] as a name in general, to harsh sounding. [name]Gwen[/name] is nice.

[name]Love[/name] the literary reference

[name]Arwen[/name] too LOTR
[name]Aspen[/name] lovely but I see it on a boy
[name]Brie[/name] is a cheese, [name]Bree[/name] is better if yo’re going to use it.
[name]Sawyer[/name] again I connect with a boy.

[name]Gwen[/name] for me. Simple sweet, obviously feminine without being frilly.

[name]Love[/name] [name]Gwen[/name]! It’s pretty, and people know how to spell it and pronounce it without having to think about it (a big plus for me!). I would probably go with a longer version and nn her [name]Gwen[/name], but that’s just my style. :slight_smile: Nothing wrong with [name]Gwen[/name] on its own!

This! Or [name]Gwendolyn[/name].

I also like [name]Arwen[/name].

I was in a fast food restaurant once and there was the sweetest little girl. She came up and said hi so I asked her her name. She smiled and said [name]Aspen[/name]. I had never heard it as a name before but it struck me as so beautiful and ever since then I have loved that name :slight_smile:

An asp is a snake so [name]Aspen[/name] is not an option for me.

I like [name]Gwen[/name] as a nn for [name]Gwendolyn[/name]