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DH loves this name because it was his grandma's name...i go back and forth with it. Im fine with it as a MN, but as a first? i guess all the older names are popular now...sophia, violet, grace...but what about gloria?
Gloria reminds me of Gloria Estefan and nothing else comes to mind. I don't like or dislike this name. Just not very common, I guess.
It's a fine middle name. Don't make it a first name.
Just FYI, it's the title of a terrible song from the early '80s by Laura Branigan. Thanks for putting that in my head. ugh.
It reminds me of people my mom's age (late 50). Similar in time period to Barbara, Brenda, Diane etc.
It was a pretty popular name in the 1920's-1960's, so it's not catching on because it isn't "old lady" enough. Whereas 'Violet' peaked in popularity in 1900-1920 making it very "old lady".
Blondangel:It reminds me of people my mom's age (late 50). Similar in time period to Barbara, Brenda, Diane etc.
I agree with this.
If I were you, I would just use it as a mn.
Allie30:I think it's pretty and unusual, and Glory is a great nickname!
For the love of all that is holy do NOT call her Glory if you go with this name.
That's a horrible NN..