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    Lillianne?

    I don't like the name Lillian ( pronounced Lily Uhn ). I somehow love th name pronounced Lily Anne though, but I hate hyphenated names. I also don't like names ending in A.

    If you saw the name Lillianne, how would you pronounce it? Lily Anne or Lily Uhn

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    I would say Lilly-Anne. But then again, I say Lillian as Lily-an.
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    Quote Originally Posted by aj_bear View Post
    I would say Lilly-Anne. But then again, I say Lillian as Lily-an.
    Same here.

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    I would spell it Liliane. Lillianne looks like too many letters.
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    I'd say Lillian. (LIL-y-un) If you want Lily Anne, I'd just name the kid Lily Anne.

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