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Have you done a lot of research into the culture? For a Romany to marry an outsider is pretty rare from what I know.
Also, that kid is most probably an Irish Traveller, rather than a Romany.
Macklin, if that's how you want it pronounced.
For a medieval princess I'd go with Eleanor, then you can nickname her Norah.
January 23rd, 2015, 06:48 AM
August as Holden is just a surname to me.
I prefer 'el-OH-en EYE-ris' to 'el-OH-en fler'. 'eh-LO-en ROO-bee' is ok too though.
For surnames I've seen it spelt Bailey and Bayley, so either of those.
Bryn is a Welsh boy's name and that's the way I'd spell it.
January 20th, 2015, 12:49 PM
She means it has no history of usage as a given name. ;)
I'm closing this now guys.
To me, provided the name holds no religious/special significance to its culture of origin, then you should be ok to use it.
What content in particular are you finding unhelpful?
I think Guinevere or Persephone are easier to deal with than Eurydice (which isn't English phonetic at all). It's not terrible though and more people are going to be hearing/saying it than writing it.
Aoife, you mean? :)
January 16th, 2015, 03:40 PM
Unless you watch the show you'd have no idea. I think it's ok.
I think I prefer this on a boy actually, and Court is a cool nickname :)
From you list I like:
Ira (love, love, love)
Cy (though I find it a bit short)
How is she a secretary if she's 13?
Ahaha, yup ;)
Something else Welsh perhaps?
Iwan (just like Euan)
Unusual like... everything is spelt incorrectly? People only use French names? Only words are used as names? etc.
I knew of a girl called Red-Roses, lol. She was the daughter of one of my college teachers. Personally, I'd rather do something like... Ruby Rose or Garnet Rose or Scarlett Rose and maybe nickname...
Sure, why not :)
Django - JAN-go (the d is silent ;))
Mireille - This is French so it's meer-AY
Mirielle - mih-ree-ELLE
Ariadne - This is Greek so it's ahr-ee-ad-nee, not 'air'.
Where are they from? What were the people like who named them?
There you go. You can check names popular for boys in England and Wales in 1998.
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