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I think it was English-Brazilian-Italian ;)
@Raphael, you've already posted this question elsewhere. In future could you please only make one thread for one topic? Thanks :)
This is pronounced 'shahn' actually.
I cut all the ones I consider overdone at the moment ie, anything in the top 30. Judging by the names you like I'm guessing you're a fellow Brit.
Noble sounds silly to me, and - as a word - it instantly becomes a description of any name that follows. My favourite name from your list is also Abraham, though I prefer Abraham Augustus.
Yesterday, 09:05 AM
Elodie :( I don't like it less, it just sounds better in a French accent.
Yep, it's pronounced 'eh-LOW-en'.
Yesterday, 06:50 AM
I prefer Leonie to Eloise. I know a grown up one. She wears it fine.
I know there's some they'll really struggle with. For example:
Aeronwen: This should be pronounced 'eye-RON-wen'.
Braith: This should be 'br-EYE-th' (th like the)
Carys: This will come out like...
I really like it.
On Forvo it sounds like 'AYer-o'. But yeah, an anglo pronunciation would be closer to Airo than Arrow.
Brynn is a Welsh boy's name over here. I can't see it on a girl.
I'd read Brea and Bria as 'bree-ah', and 'bray' to me is the noise that the a donkey makes.
Brea is apparently an Irish goddess...
Setting should be one of the options in the top right hand corner.
Hmm... ok. So something a little French but not too unheard of.
'An Absence of Birds' is currently a djinn story set in Mongolia. I need to do research into folk tales to decide more about the actual plot... but so far, a mute witch called Gorica arrives at the...
There isn't, lol.
To me, Scarlett is a name and scarlet is a colour. Not a fan of Pierson but of the two I'd pick Pierson Gabriel.
No problem? It's a boy's name anyway... what's to question? :) Rory/Ruaridh is a solid Irish name. I like it.
Hmm. Well, there's a series I've been reading since I was a teenager which is now on it's... eighth (?) book, I think, and I'm still going to get the next one. I think it can work, especially if,...
That would be 'AY-lo-eez' I believe. But yeah, the umlaut over the 'i' should always be there but - as with the one that should be over Zoe - it's disappeared as most people know how to pronounce the...
It's a surname so I don't see it as a name but if you're of that persuasion then - as it's a surname - it's technically unisex so... sure, why not? It does sound nice.
Just sounds like mispronunciation to me. What film was it, out of interest? I've only heard Ava as 'AY-va' and Evelyn as 'EEV-lin' or 'EV-a-lin'.
The only Leoni I knew just went by her full name.
I like Florian as a first name but I can't understand Rory as a nickname. Flory or Lory yes, but the second 'r' seems to appear from nowhere to me.
I'd do Florian August Gray. :)
This is the name of one of my best friend's friends. She pronounces it 'a-RYE-a'.
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