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  1. #1
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    Will-ayne? It's interesting.

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    Will-en?
    Hmm..sounds mighty exotic.
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    Will-ayne is how I'd say it too. I don't have a strong positive or negative reaction to it. Probably because my mind doesn't have anything to really associate it with, name-wise.
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  5. #9
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    I agree that the "aene" looks like it should be prn. "ayne", but the only way I can say this name is wy-LEEN (like Eileen, but with a W). And I don't like it -- it looks made up and (at least with my prn., which is probably not correct) sounds too country/folksy for me. I am curious to know the actual pronunciation, though -- and more about where the name came from.

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