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I was looking at one of the old threads on here (isn't Koko's such a great site???) and I saw pictures of a boy's and a girl's rear end and now I think Nemo is a girl. What should I rename her? I can't think of anything... :P

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Closest I could think of and still close to Nemo is Noemi... some other suggestions:

Noemi \no(e)-mi\ is related to Mimi.

Noemi could also be spelled Noami. Other similar names might be, Naomi, No?mie, Neomi, Nedi, Neema, Noe, Noell, Noele, Noela, Noel, Noni.....

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I kind of want something that is not similar to Nemo, Cynthia, or Gary. Like Peach or Apricot. I really like Apricot.

EDIT: I just realized that one of your past goldies was Apricot.... sorry if that was a painful reminder. I won't rename Nemo Apricot if you don't like it.

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I was just going to say that I had a cutie named Apricot and she was a jewel! Such a personality! It would totally be an honor to have you name yours Apricot. Besides, it's not like I'm the only one who's ever named their goldy Apricot I'm sure! :D

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Well why does a name HAVE to be gender specific?

You could just give her a nickname...Nemi instead of Nemo or Emo. But hey I had my fish names for 7 months before I figured it out! LOL

Callie went to Cal, Ellie Mae to "L", Lucy (it was actually Lucy Liu) to Lou, Esteban to Esty, and Einstein just stayed...I only got one gender correct Mario! LOL Good luck in your search.

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How about Momo? It means peach in Japanese, if my minimal Japanese skills serve me correctly.

Yeah! Momo does mean peach and I love this name! You get your apricot/peach reference, you get a name similar to nemo and it just sounds cute!

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I have had alot of fish with names that well seem to go to one gender or the other with out knowing what the fish's gender was.... Even my real name is used for both male and female...

I think fish should be named on what you would like to call them...

Example my Daisy was a boy, Patches was a girl :lol

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I've mostly tried to go with genderless names, but I do slip sometimes.

KOKO! Those eyes are seriously freaking me out!!!!! :yikes

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I've mostly tried to go with genderless names, but I do slip sometimes.

KOKO! Those eyes are seriously freaking me out!!!!! :yikes

LOL I'm glad you changed it to the super puppy. (those eyes were intimidating... LOL)

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