"So, I think I'm a tomboy." “I wouldn’t call you a tomboy, sweetie. I think that you’re you.” “But you could call me a tomboy.” “But I wouldn’t.” “But if you did … ” “I wouldn’t. And I won’t. I’ll just keep calling you Emilia.”
I learned that would is a conditional verb and used in imagined or hypothetical situations.
In the story above, what exactly does "I wouldn't call you a tomboy" mean? Does it mean "I wouldn't call you a tomboy even if someone called you a tomboy."? or Does it just mean "I wouldn't call you a tomboy (in any imagined or hypothetical situations)"?
And in the sentence "I wouldn't. And I won't.”, what is the difference between "I wouldn't" and "I won't"?
Thank you for your answer.