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BizEB:Honestly, Brooklyn sounds like a lower class name to me.
juniper19:I get that it is Brook + Lyn but I still can't get past its borough status.
This. How about Elizabeth Brooke?
this exactly. I think of prospect park.
Sounds kinda trashy to me. I prefer Brooke (and even that is "eh").
Since you asked for honest opinions, I personally hate the name Brooklyn.
Love Elizabeth though
SassyRedhead:Since you asked for honest opinions, I personally hate the name Brooklyn. Love Elizabeth though
mj.reilly:Really dislike Brooklyn, LOVE Elizabeth though.
same. good luck!
I was actually going to say that around here where i am from this name would fall into the trailer park or white trash catagories but BizEB has a nicer way of saying it lol. Brooke alone is better but it is still nms. Elizabeth is a beautiful name though :)
mrsjech: BizEB:Honestly, Brooklyn sounds like a lower class name to me. This.
Yuck, no, sorry.
All sorts of bad connotations, especially stripper...
Meredith, 6-1-06 and Alex, 11-5-09
I like Brooklyn. I think it is a pretty name. However I am not a fan of Elizabeth as a MN. I am weird about syllables. I tend to lean towards one syllable MN if the first name has two. For example. My cousin has a little girl named Brooklyn Paige and I like the ?flow?.