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  1. #31
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    Diana Lórien is lovely. As most people have said, American forms generally drop accent marks and punctuation in names because there aren't any accent marks in English. I don't know any of the specifics of that, but I do think that you should keep the accent mark.
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  2. #33
    How exactly do you pronounce it? If it's how I think (LAU-ree-in) then I think it's beautiful! Love Diana. So underused here in the states. I think it's ok to go with a more difficult to spell/pronounce middle name because pretty much the only time it'll be used is on legal documents when you'll have control over the spelling, when you're yelling it out in frustration, and at high school/college graduation when they make sure to check with everyone how their name is pronounced at practice.

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