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I'm from Germany and I pronounce it AHN-ders. I like the name but 'anders' is also a German word and means 'different' so I wouldn't use it myself.
I like both names a lot. They are traditional/timeless but not boring, and modern at the same time. They are also very nicely balanced in looks and length, but not matchy. I also like that the middle...
January 23rd, 2013, 02:09 AM
Hey, I'm from Germany and I think MAD-chen comes pretty close to the German pronounciation of of Madchen (I'm guessing you're referring to the German word Mädchen meaning 'girl'?) I'm actually not...
I'm from Germany and I've never heard it pronounced like that. MAD-chen or MADE-chen are much closer to the German pronounciation. Your pronounciations look definitely wrong, I'm sorry.
I like both Maxwell and Calvin with Olivia.
Do you like Melvin? You get the M and the 6 letters and the V as the 4th letter. Olivia and Melvin?
Even though I know it is pronounced like Avis I keep thinking 'a vice' everytime I look at Avice, I'm sorry. I think Avis looks much prettier and makes more sense!
It also made me think of Mavis...
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