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  1. #6
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    So the -oth- are silent? I'd scrap it. It'll cause way too many pronunciation issues. Whenever I see it, I want to say ree-uh-thes-lee.
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    That name is bonkers.
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    As a middle name, yes. But you'd definitely run into pronunciation issues as a first name. Only Shakespeare buffs would know how it's pronounced.
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    It's not usable to me. Why not just use Henry or Riley? They are both easy to pronounce and recognizable.
    Last edited by ikfly; September 24th, 2013 at 10:37 PM.
    Could I have your thoughts in this thread?
    (name) = second middle

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