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  1. Thread: Catriona?

    by renrose
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    I'm not sure about the matching endings of Fiona...

    I'm not sure about the matching endings of Fiona and Catriona, even though I know the emphasis is on the middles with both as 'fee-OH-na' and 'ka-TREE-na'. In the states, you may also have an issue...
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    Of course it's usable. There's nothing wrong with...

    Of course it's usable. There's nothing wrong with it at all. I love Linny as a nickname :)
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    Just out of interest... why didn't they come...

    Just out of interest... why didn't they come themselves? And why are the names they chose listed in your profile?
  4. Thread: Elowen

    by renrose
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    I like Isaac and Elowen together :) Also, just...

    I like Isaac and Elowen together :) Also, just wanted to check you know that Elowen is pronounced 'el-OH-en'.
  5. Thread: French Names?

    by renrose
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    They sound fine to me :)

    They sound fine to me :)
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    Wow that's excellent!

    Wow that's excellent!
  7. Sophia, Amelia, Isabella and Olivia here.

    Sophia, Amelia, Isabella and Olivia here.
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    Poll: I think this is Hebrew which means it's probably...

    I think this is Hebrew which means it's probably going to have the long 'a' sound like Abraham.
  9. Thread: Cecily?

    by renrose
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    To be honest, I think that's just someone saying...

    To be honest, I think that's just someone saying Cecily wrong. She even describes it written down as the 'e' in pet which is definitely not the 'e' noise in deal or meal, not in anyone's accent.
  10. Thread: Cecily?

    by renrose
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    That would be Cicely.

    That would be Cicely.
  11. Thread: Cecily?

    by renrose
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    I've never heard anything other than 'SESS-il-ee'.

    I've never heard anything other than 'SESS-il-ee'.
  12. Thread: Annalise?

    by renrose
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    If you spell it as the traditional Anneliese,...

    If you spell it as the traditional Anneliese, then you solve your problem :)
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    Oh jeez really?? Lol. I love Casimir with the...

    Oh jeez really?? Lol.

    I love Casimir with the nickname Miro. :)
  14. It is ;) Anyone who says it like Gwen isn't...

    It is ;) Anyone who says it like Gwen isn't saying it right, lol.
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    I think we've had a thread about this before. I...

    I think we've had a thread about this before. I know there are definitely more people here who've made that choice!
  16. Thread: Twin girls!

    by renrose
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    I'd rather have Ottilie (ott-ill-ee/ott-eel-ya)...

    I'd rather have Ottilie (ott-ill-ee/ott-eel-ya) and Elowen (el-OH-en) than Aurelia (ow-ray-lee-a) as I find Aurelia a little hard to say properly in English.

    I don't think Aurelia and Ottilie...
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    I like Leopold :) But I know what you mean....

    I like Leopold :) But I know what you mean. There's a Leo (Leosandro) in TSI and I like it far more now that I've written the book than before I wrote it.
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    Poll: I don't like any of them, but Knox goes best with...

    I don't like any of them, but Knox goes best with your surname.
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    Let's not argue here, guys. @SnowQueen: The OP...

    Let's not argue here, guys.

    @SnowQueen: The OP specifically didn't ask for first name opinions and - though I'm sure you didn't mean any harm - there was no need to post about the chosen first...
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    Sure they seem to work ok. Edmund Giles is my...

    Sure they seem to work ok. Edmund Giles is my favourite. I really like Ned :)
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    I've sent you a PM with details of your case,...

    I've sent you a PM with details of your case, AubreyHalle.
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    I think they sound fine.

    I think they sound fine.
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    I say 'iss-ol-da'. But I think the German...

    I say 'iss-ol-da'. But I think the German pronunciation is the proper way.
  24. Thread: Nickname Rules

    by renrose
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    I prefer nicknames to be obviously derived from...

    I prefer nicknames to be obviously derived from the given name. I do have one hang up though. If the nickname is contained within the given name already then don't change the spelling/add silent...
  25. Thread: Jago?

    by renrose
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    There seems to be some confusion here, lol. ...

    There seems to be some confusion here, lol.

    Jago (JAY-go) is the Cornish name for James/Jacob.

    Iago (ee-AH-go) is the Welsh and Galician form of James/Jacob.

    So they're related, but not...
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