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August 2nd, 2013 02:52 AM #1
August 2nd, 2013 03:08 AM #3
Rome, meh it's ok... While i loved the city, There are nicer sounding place names
Tate, on my list. I love that it means happy. The Tate gallery is also a nice link (art hist major )
Keyvus (Kay-vus) I would prefer just Kay personally. Maybe because for me Kayhas more historical grounding.
Keyn (Kee-in) again prefer Cian
Cobalt not bad
Tamien, it's interesting. I'd heard of Tamlin and Tamesis but not Tamien.
August 2nd, 2013 04:07 AM #5
Rome - prefer Roman
Tate - prefer it short for Tatum
Keyvus (Kay-vus) - if its pronounced Kay, spell it that way, especially if every used on a child, dont make them go through life correcting people
Keyn (Kee-in) - same as above!
Cobalt - not the worst thing, but seems like one of the names where people are trying to find something new lik 'Daisy has been used already so lets us Hydrangea!)
Tamien - ok, prefer Damien
August 2nd, 2013 09:03 AM #7
August 2nd, 2013 10:46 AM #9Senior Member
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Rome - I prefer Roman as a name, Rome just feels a bit abrupt. Roman nn Rome would work better IMO.
Tate - I always think of the Tate Modern (art gallery in London) which kind of puts me off the name
Keyvus (Kay-vus) - I would pronounce it Kee-vus at first guess - I agree with PP to spell it Kayvus if that's how it's pronounced as it's so unusual.
Keyn (Kee-in) - I'd say this like Keane, one syllable, or maybe even like Kane.
Cobalt - Feels a bit like it's trying to hard for some reason.
Tamien - Prefer Damien, I don't like that it sounds like 'Tame Ian' like Ian's an animal or something.
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