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Different Names For Pacifiers

What Do You Call Your Child's Pacifier?

Pacifiers come in all shapes and sizes, so it's no wonder that we all have our own names for them too. One child's "binky" is another child's "dummy." Some creative kiddos even come up with their own original names for their coveted soothers — my pal's babe referred to her sucker as "my cc." What do you call your child's pacifier?

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cutiecake cutiecake 7 years
We call it "juju" for short and "juju pari" for long. lol
Pallas-Athena Pallas-Athena 7 years
I've found that a little of the Hispanic people I know call it Bo-Bo. I called it that when I was little and so did other people in my family.
TammyO TammyO 7 years
My oldest always called her pacifier her "Blah-Blah" so that's what we always call them now. Even my youngest calls them Blah-Blahs now and she doesn't even use them.
starbucks2 starbucks2 7 years
pngwn, that is so cute. the same worked for my nephew when he realized my daugter (9 weeks) used one.He didn't wanna be like a little baby anymore and gave her his pacifier. we usually call it noo-noo
KrisB KrisB 7 years
In our family its called a "bubble" lol.
DStirk DStirk 7 years
We always said passie (not sure how you'd spell that one). Paci? Passy?
cutefactory cutefactory 7 years
We call them ippies. Both my mother and grandmother used that, so it seems natural. I suppose it's a shortening of nipple.
pngwn pngwn 7 years
My son called it his sucker. When it came time to test the waters and see if we could get rid of it, we happened to be on the road, and passed a field of cows, his fave at the time. I told him I have his sucker to a baby cow that was crying "moo-hoo-hoo". He pouted for a second, asked about the cow and that was it. Couple of rough spells, and by day 3, totally over it. He would ask every so often if that cow still needed his sucker though.
FrankiLee FrankiLee 7 years
Nee-nee! Now that is cute. My daughter has never liked a pacifier, but I guess when I was a baby I called it my Suzie.
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