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  1. #16
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    I think its important to pair the names up with your other children, to see if they go well together. It'd also give us a clue as to what your taste is like.

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  2. #18
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    Quote Originally Posted by meetcute View Post
    I found the suggestions of Landry and Thierry rather interesting. They have the same meaning (ruler) as Richard, which is my dad's name. I have always wanted to honor my father in one of my son's names but honestly and blunty, I do not like his name. This might be a good compromise. I read that Thierry is pronounced Tye-ree...not sure I love that pronunciation. Does anyone have any incite on the proper pronunciation and if I am saying it correctly? I also really like Landry. Does anyone know a Landry? I have never met one but I know there is an actress with Landry as a surname, which is not ideal. Thoughts? IYHO is Landry trendy?
    I think Thierry is pronounced tee-airy. Some might find Landry a bit trendy, but it still sounds nice and could be a nice way to honor your dad.
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    top combos: Beckett August || Jane Florence

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  4. #22
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    Quote Originally Posted by meetcute View Post
    I found the suggestions of Landry and Thierry rather interesting. They have the same meaning (ruler) as Richard, which is my dad's name. I have always wanted to honor my father in one of my son's names but honestly and blunty, I do not like his name. This might be a good compromise. I read that Thierry is pronounced Tye-ree...not sure I love that pronunciation. Does anyone have any incite on the proper pronunciation and if I am saying it correctly?
    I also like Thierry but it may be difficult for Americans to pronounce. The best way I can describe it is that it's almost like saying Tierra really fast "tee-air-ee" the "tee-air" is slurred together. There's a French soccer player named Thierry Henry that plays in the US and I often hear his name pronounced "teary" or Terry

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  5. #24
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    nat108 - great explanation, thanks so much! I like it more now.

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