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  1. Thread: Site crashing?

    by renrose
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    Pam, does Hugh know about this?

    Pam, does Hugh know about this?
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    Pam, do you know anything about this?

    Pam, do you know anything about this?
  3. Thread: Admins to PM?

    by renrose
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    Send me a message and I'll be happy to see what I...

    Send me a message and I'll be happy to see what I can do :)
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    Poll: Carys is pronounced 'KAH-riss'. Cerys is...

    Carys is pronounced 'KAH-riss'. Cerys is 'KEH-riss'.

    Therefore the traditional Welsh Carys or the Greek homonym Karis, if you want a K spelling to honour your mother in law.
  5. Pam, can this be fixed?

    Pam, can this be fixed?
  6. Thread: Eurovision!

    by renrose
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    I doubt we'll be last. There's always something...

    I doubt we'll be last. There's always something worse than us.
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    You've already made at least three other threads...

    You've already made at least three other threads on this topic. Could you please dig those out rather than starting a new one?
  8. Thread: Eurovision!

    by renrose
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    Of course. I'm having a Eurovision party this...

    Of course. I'm having a Eurovision party this year :)
  9. Thread: Indira

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    I'm going to close this before it gets any more...

    I'm going to close this before it gets any more argumentative. We've discussed cultural appropriation many times on these forums already and I don't see any need for further discussion.
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    Eira is more commonly pronounced 'AY-ra'.

    Eira is more commonly pronounced 'AY-ra'.
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    Ira as (EYE-ra) is a boy's name. Ira as (EE-ra)...

    Ira as (EYE-ra) is a boy's name. Ira as (EE-ra) is a girl's name. There's also Aira (EYE-ra) which is Finnish girl's name, if that helps.
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    I say it more like 'ray-NEAR'. In French it seems...

    I say it more like 'ray-NEAR'. In French it seems to be 'RAY-n'yay'.

    http://www.forvo.com/search/rainier/fr/
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    I love Vasili so much :D I agree with the...

    I love Vasili so much :D

    I agree with the above poster. Magnus, Maksim or Julian would be my picks.
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    Welcome back, Bedhead!

    Welcome back, Bedhead!
  15. Thread: ANZAC Day?

    by renrose
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    Hope you guys have a great day! My great, great...

    Hope you guys have a great day! My great, great uncle Louis Napoleon also fought at Gallipoli :)
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    Poll: I say 'LIE-ra' though when I first read it in the...

    I say 'LIE-ra' though when I first read it in the 'His Dark Materials' trilogy I thought it was 'LEER-a'.
  17. Thread: -wen vs. -wyn

    by renrose
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    The problem is that the 'wen' and 'wyn' endings...

    The problem is that the 'wen' and 'wyn' endings also make different sounds here, so to us Bronwen and Bronwyn are two separate names.
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    Aww, I'm sorry you feel this way, Theodora! I...

    Aww, I'm sorry you feel this way, Theodora! I know from a moderators point of view I enjoy how active you are on the forums! And I'm pretty sure you've helped a lot of people with your advice! It'll...
  19. I'm really sorry about this! I was out at the...

    I'm really sorry about this! I was out at the time and couldn't catch it before I came home. Is it all gone now? I was looking but couldn't see any.
  20. Thread: Bridie?

    by renrose
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    I really like Bridie :) I've never met one...

    I really like Bridie :) I've never met one personally but it's got such a happy sound to it.
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    My friend Valentina gets: Val, Tina, Vel,...

    My friend Valentina gets:

    Val, Tina, Vel, Vellykins and Vool.

    Lol.

    I'd second Lenny though. I love Lenny for a girl, though I'd have it short for Eleni.
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    I'm English and have the same sentiment I'm...

    I'm English and have the same sentiment I'm afraid. It's all boy.
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    This one is legit, guys.

    This one is legit, guys.
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    It's a great surname but that's where I think it...

    It's a great surname but that's where I think it should stay. I'm reading 'Little Dorrit' at the moment and it's making me appreciate the name Amy a lot more than I have before.
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    I think it's pronounced 'LAY-f' anything else...

    I think it's pronounced 'LAY-f' anything else would therefore be incorrect.
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