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I know a few babies under one who seem to have their spellings and pronounciations confused with one another. Theres Aaliyah who is called Ah-lee-a and then an Aleigha who is Aah-lee-ya. I also know...
Only ever heard it pronounced Eh-muh-lee in New Zealand, and Wendy is When-dee, also, Gem and Jim are completely different. The vowel sounds are nothing alike
December 21st, 2011, 02:27 PM
Jan and Keith
Congratulations! I also share the middle name Nanette, it is my grandmothers fn. I am yet to meet anyone else with it so thank you for sharing it! (Although, I am 19 and a lot older than your Sylvie...
Nrahs ettenan -oh boy
My mother is a high school teacher and wanted a name she was yet to associate with any of her students, but that would be easy for fellow teachers to spell throughout my life. So I became Sharn, the...
November 20th, 2011, 03:18 PM
I'm from New Zealand and understand what they are saying about Cary and Carrie sounding different. Cary is pronounced like Care-ee and Carrie is pronounced K-arry ( as in the 'arry' ending of Harry)...
Hmmm, sounds like you've got a really good story going on there!
From your list, i like:
Lowell is my absolute fav from these three with Luc a close second. How do you feel...
October 21st, 2011, 05:05 PM
I'm going to kick the trend here and say that it really shouldn't matter what the previous poster's -as well as my own - opinions are because at the end of the day, this beautiful little boy is...
October 21st, 2011, 04:59 PM
Akain - a sri lankan baby who's parents opted for a "mixed" name. (prn. Ah-kane)
Thanks Entangler! I really like Sage and Cobalt from those you mentioned but I don't know if I'd be strong enough to use either. Maybe Sage as a mn? I'm really liking Navy at the moment but can't...
Just wondering if there are any 'colour names' out there that you would consider using other than the popular Ruby etc?
October 20th, 2011, 04:47 PM
Nature and Animal Names I really like:
October 11th, 2011, 04:10 PM
I would cut Daisy, Clara and Jessamine - sorry, I know that's three but here in New Zealand, those three names are commonly used to name pet cows and I can't get that out of my mind.
not so much names that you have missed but perhaps more alternative spellings? my mother is a high school teacher and wanted to come up with a name that she not only like but that teachers would...
Christopher (Chris) and Brendan
Hannah Georgia and Chloe Jade
Angel, Joshua (Josh), Annaliese and Sarah
Anita and Matthew (Matt)
Anna-Grace and Natasha
I really like the selection of names you have here! I can definitely see why you're struggling with this but great job narrowing it down to these gems!
Astrid Grace - I really like the name...
September 20th, 2011, 05:21 PM
My paternal grandmothers name is Doreen Jane and my maternal grandmothers name is Nanette Maud (my namesake - I am Sharn Nanette)
I'm in New Zealand..and quite possibly the only one haha but could perhaps make it to Australia :)
September 19th, 2011, 05:36 PM
September 19th, 2011, 07:18 AM
I like Hartley, as well as Lynley and Sealey for the family connections!
Some great name choices there!
Am going to have to invest in this book! Could you please look up Avery, Atticus and Beckett :) Thank you!
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