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Thread: Names with "th"?
July 28th, 2013 05:16 PM #6
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July 28th, 2013 07:26 PM #10
I would say Thayer doesn't really apply, because it's a French name pronounced ty-AIR, sort of ish. There's no real "th" sound in it.
My first thought was Othello, although I'm not sure how usable it is. Strongly connected to Shakespeare, in any regard!
I like the suggestions of Seth, Thatcher, and Balthasar.Ashley
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July 28th, 2013 07:34 PM #12
July 28th, 2013 08:56 PM #14Exporting old Danish names as well as Greenlandic names and sibling names
Henry Ásgeirr Edmund • Alexander Adelin Lórien "Sasha" • Amaury Valdemar Theo "Theo" • Asa Charles Ivik
Cosima Ingrid Zenobia "Mimi" • Matilda Ivalo Galadriel "Maz" • Asta Catherine Françoise • Aviaaja Margaret Undómiel "Avi"
GPs: Atticus Aksel Inigo • Cosimo James Eärendil "Jem" • Fabiola Agnes Lúthien • Léonie Cerseis Cleopatra