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September 12th, 2013 03:07 AM #36
@gailk, sorry, my original post was a bit confusing with the girl's names included. I thought about leaving them off, but figured people would ask since I mentioned them anyway. And yes, Dash-ell, haha.
Picks from this wave:
Damien (I feel like this name is REALLY popular? Too much YA lit interaction, I think...)
Everard (@saracita00, WHERE did you find this? I LOVE it!)
Jacobe (@chrisco, pronunciation?)
You guys are coming up with some great names!
EDIT: @mrstoon, I see Bradbury in your signature there! Scrolling up it caught my eye and I was like HOLDUP. WHO DID THAT. Love it! So cool! Now I need to read more of his books, so I can feel better about considering that name...
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September 12th, 2013 11:53 AM #38Hold up. Sorry. My American accent doesn't like the 'iy' part here. zehn-oh-vee-ih, with a short I sound? or a long I sound? When I say 'way,' the dipthong is wah-ee.
OK, I googled and found a Russian pronunciation guide, their prn is very similar to mine; here are the cyrillic letters, the alphabet and Zenoviy ends in cyrillic letter "Й"(NOT И), you can find the symbol and maybe listening to prn(audio) will help you understand what I mean by "ih".
Link is http://listen2russian.com/lesson01/a/. If you are interested in full name, it's Зеновий/Зиновий in cyrillic.
Sorry for being stupid and not able to explain correctly, I hope you aren't mad at me.Victoria
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September 12th, 2013 12:46 PM #40Jude Melchior-Damian Joseph-Luke William-Peter Sebastian-Charles Dominic-Blaise Shepherd
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September 12th, 2013 05:18 PM #42
I'm thinking I came across Everard at behindthename.com or else babynamespedia.com. A lot of historic gems are to be found at both; the latter has interesting charts linking related names to each other, so it's fairly easy to start with a name you like and track it back to an ancient form.
It's a girl coming in March!
Dulcinea Liberty Lanz nn "Daisy"
September 12th, 2013 05:52 PM #44
Everard is so handsome and princely (I very nearly just nicked it for my own list...)! But the 'ever-hard' joke might come up quite a lot, at school especially...