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  1. #56
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    Hahaha no.

  2. #58
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    Merida is pronounced a lot like Meredith. Just replace "dith" with "duh" I also like Merida even though kids and people with kids will recognize it as a princess name too. Rapunzel and Cinderella would just be really shocking to hear someone introduce themselves as, sorta like Princess. I guess it's an over-the-top issue (vs. not quite over-the-top with Merida)
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  3. #60
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    Quote Originally Posted by iamamiam View Post
    Merida is pronounced a lot like Meredith. Just replace "dith" with "duh"
    Thanks for answer my question

  4. #62
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    Please don't name your child Rapunzel. At least you've got a lot of years in which to change your mind before you have children!
    TTC #1

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  5. #64
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    I adore Merida (it's on my list and in my top 4). I pronounce it Mer-EE-dah. (Sort of like the female horse plus the name Ida in German).

    To Rapunzel.... people name their daughters Cinderella. (I know a very classy, successful, and feisty Dr. Cinderella ______). So I feel like Rapunzel works just as well. It's nms - I feel like I'd want a girl with that name to run around with a Pixie Hair-Cut just for the irony. <wink>.
    ...if my husbands has no vote, then....
    Endora & Lorelei / Dexter & Gideon
    ...we are newlyweds and not trying...yet...

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