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  1. #6
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    Quote Originally Posted by roseymaam View Post
    If I heard Ocea, I would immediately think OSHA.
    I hadn't even thought of that... It turns out OCEA is the name of a few organizations as well. So maybe just as a nickname or middle...

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    How do you pronounce it? O-sha, o-SHAY-a, o-SEE-a, O-see, o-SAY-a?

    I know a few kids named Océanne/ Océane; it's pretty popular in Québec.
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    If the way you say it sounds like O-sha, you may like Asha instead.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lucialucentum View Post
    How do you pronounce it? O-sha, o-SHAY-a, o-SEE-a, O-see, o-SAY-a?

    I know a few kids named Océanne/ Océane; it's pretty popular in Québec.
    I was thinking O-sha..

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    It looks like a mistyping of Ocean, and I think if I saw the name on a list I'd assume that. Oceana with Ocea as a nickname would be better for a child I think, it looks more complete, and if she wants a more normal name at any point she can go by Ana instead.
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