Thoughts on the name Heidi?

What does the name [name_f]Heidi[/name_f] make you think of? Whether it is negative or positive, I’d love to know, thank you!


I like it! It seems old fashioned in a usable way. I immediately think of the book by the same name, so it gives me vibes of the Swiss Alps and classic children’s literature. Not sure if I’d use it myself— just a personal taste thing— but I’d be pleased to meet a little [name_f]Heidi[/name_f] and I think it ages well (the only [name_f]Heidi[/name_f]’s I’ve ever met were adult women so that may be coloring my perception a bit). No easy nicknames I can think of (except maybe [name_f]Dee[/name_f] which I’ve personally got a bad association with) is really the only downside for me, and that’s not so bad!

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I adore [name_f]Heidi[/name_f]! It’s actually very popular in [name_f]England[/name_f], in the top 80 I think.
It’s just super adorable and cute, but it’d be nice on an older woman as well. I do think of the storybook initially, but the imagery is nice! Mountains and nature aren’t a bad association.

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Thanks for sharing! I think that [name_f]Heidi[/name_f] is short enough that it doesn’t need a nickname as it is a diminutive itself of the name “[name_f]Adelheid[/name_f]” :slight_smile:
I am glad that you think it ages well!

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That is wonderful that it is getting a lot of usage these days! I actually never read the storybook but I do know of it, and agreed that mountains and nature are absolutely not a bad association at all :slight_smile: Thank you for sharing!

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To me, [name_f]Heidi[/name_f] feels rugged and adventurous but also sweet. It’s a fave

Love it.

I love it! It’s fun and bold.

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Heidi immediately makes me think of the book. The name’s not my taste, but it’s sweet!

The name makes me think of [name_f]Heidi[/name_f] Klum. I like it! :heart: