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  1. #21
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    Nay-oh-mee Lovely name.
    Jude, blackbird.

    Amelia \//\ Teddy /\\/ Frances \//\ Leila /\\/ Marian \//\ Goldy /\\/ Frida \//\ Petra /\\/ Tilde \//\ Lois /\\/Dorothy


  2. #23
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    May 2013
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    I grew up with a close friend who was nay-OH-mee. Her husband even calls her "Nay" for short.

    Almost everyone pronounced it that way, but some people got stuck on the "NIGH-oh-mee" version.

  3. #25
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    nay-OH-mee (it bugs me so much when people pronounce this name nye-OH-mee haha)
    Genevieve ~ Lucy ~ Catherine/Rinna ~ Fiona ~ Elanor/Eleanor ~ Rosemary ~ Leia ~ Edith
    Primrose ~ Gail ~ Elizabeth ~ Agnes ~ Valentine ~ Jane ~ Magdalene ~ Astrid
    Mabel ~ Therese ~ Margaret/Maisy ~ Susannah ~ Gloria ~ Isobel ~ Juniper ~ Molly


    Felix ~ Ignatius ~ William ~ Finnian ~ Jude ~ August/Augustine ~ Calvin
    Thomas ~ Bram ~ Calder ~ Andrew/Ander ~ Sebastian ~ Peter ~ Percival/Percy
    Benedict ~ Timothy ~ Lewis ~ Harrison ~ James ~ David ~ Oliver

    *combos under construction*

  4. #27
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    Nye-oh-me is how i pronounce it.

    Helena . Lassey . June . Ingrid . Ruby
    Ezra . Jack . Benson . Sebastian . Isaiah

  5. #29
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    I always said nay-oh-mee, until a friend of mine named his daughter Naomi but pronounces it nye-oh-mee, so now thats what I'm used to saying. I think I would assume nay-oh-mee if I saw it written down, though.

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