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May 9th, 2013 09:06 AM #16Senior Member
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May 9th, 2013 09:28 AM #18
Some people tend to pn samuel as Sam- YEW- all♫ Danielle ♫
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May 10th, 2013 04:41 AM #20Senior Member
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I prefer Samuel Gasper John to Samuel John Gasper. Having Gaspar in between the two classic kinda names also feels like it balances out the whole name a bit better. And I don't think one version really flows that much better over the other anyways. They both work.
And I think it's a great combo, by the way (either way). Samuel John LN would be a bit boring for my taste, but throw Gaspar in there and suddenly I think it's a fantastic name.Updated Name List- http://www.ebabynames.com/list/eff115- Vote away...
May 10th, 2013 10:26 AM #22
May 10th, 2013 10:41 AM #24
I really like Samuel Gaspard John, and I pronounce Samuel as two syllables. I think Samuel Gaspard sounds amazing together, and if Gaspard is at the end it will sound like a double barrel surname, rather than two middles.'
ETA: I think Gaspard is lovely, but maybe my pronunciation is off. I'm saying "SAM-yool GASP-ard John"The Future Littles:
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