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I have always said Muh-TEE-us but I think if you wanted Muh-TYE-us it wouldn't be too hard to enforce.
I have never heard Muh-THIGH-us and I think the name loses it's beauty when pronounced that way.
Ayrie is interesting, I've never heard it before. How is it pronounced (I was assuming AIR-ee)? Do you know anything about the history of the name?
I wouldn't know if Ayrie was a girl or a boy so...
I absolutely adore the name Leander! It is one of my favourite names.
I don't think that Liam and Leander go that well together because they both begin with the same sound, even though I think...
I second the suggestion of Asa, I think Ace is a cute nn
Foxlynn! I met a little girl called Foxlynn! I live in England where I'm pretty sure the trend of adding -lynn to the end of everything to make a girls' name isn't anywhere near as big as in the US...
August 26th, 2014, 03:09 AM
Kjartan was definitely easiest, it's the only one I got exactly right without hearing the pronunciation. It's said how it looks and everyone knows (I think?) that in Scandinavian and other similar...
I have always been obsessed with names and made a note of names I heard that I liked and a few years ago I decided to research the names I liked, and to look for new names. I noticed that one of the...
Apologies if my post makesno sense, i don't have access to a computer atm so i am doing this on my phone!
I have just finished my gap yeat (i left 6th form last year). When starting 6th forn i was...
Aaah, that's a hard one! All questions? :D I honestly don't have any preference, just whichever are the most useful, I guess. Sorry I wasn't very helpful at narrowing it down!
I've thought of something I would love to learn - questions! I've never been able to get my head around asking questions so it would be great to know how to ask who, what, when, where how why etc...
July 16th, 2014, 06:55 AM
Top 10 Girls:
Tenses, I've completely forgotten them! But did you mention in the other thread that would come later?
I'm not a beginner as I got an A* in GCSE French but I still feel like I know frustratingly little. I would love to learn more and one day become fluent so I would definitely be interested. The stuff...
I can understand being offended if people have insulted someone's children's names directly, knowing that they are already the names of their real children/opinions have not been asked for. But, I...
July 4th, 2014, 02:41 PM
Delphine is pretty. Do you like...
Of the boys names I prefer Jupiter (though it's a bit of a big name to live up to!). Fielding honestly sounds...
Thanks for your feedback :)
I'm not very good at combos so it's great that you all liked some of them
amndrs - what is it about Leofric and Lorcan that you find confusing? (reading this...
July 4th, 2014, 05:12 AM
I have recently added these names after I asked for suggestions in a previous thread
What do you think?
Poll: Leo as a nn for Leander?
I love Leander. I like my top names to have a few nns I like (though it is not essential), particularly the ones that are a bit longer or more unusual. The only potential nn I like for Leander is...
too much of a surname, it sounds weird as a first name
Do you like Hugh/Huw or Donnacha/Donncha?
July 2nd, 2014, 04:25 PM
I've already seen it suggested several times but I echo the suggestion of Rowan. I would have absolutely no idea what gender a person called Rowan would be. It is also not a boys' name used on girls...
July 2nd, 2014, 04:15 PM
I know 2 people called Caroline. One is always called Caroline and the other goes by Caro. I've never heard of Caroline being shortened to Carol. My favourite nns for Caroline (which is a lovely name...
Honestly, the only ones I can picture on a girl are Fallon and Marley.
These ones are too masculine:
Collins - seeing as Colin is a boys' name
Cillian - Irish boys' name, I didn't even...
June 30th, 2014, 05:19 PM
My top 10 would be:
Thea - pretty, it's definitely one nn name I think can stand on its own
Rosemary nn Romy - adorable nn, it's one of my favourites as a name on it's own
Matilda - lovely name...
I really like Alba! It's unusual and uncommon (438 in E&W 2012) but simple and familiar. It's also very pretty and I can picture a girl/woman of any age with this name. My only complaints are that it...
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