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  1. #6
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    I say Coraline ending in -line, and Marceline and Evangeline ending in -leen, as well.
    "Wren." Teenberry (14). Far from kids, but name obsessed.
    Current favorites: Clementine Renee | Timea Vesper | Odette Mara/Endellion | Opal Annabeth | Molly Sapphira | Zephyrine Molly | Cleora Lavender | Zephyra Winter | Tallulah Sage | Saskia Ruby/Lotus | Clementine Lucette Arcadia ||
    Hollis Charles | Azure Finnegan | Floyd Peregrin Michael
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  2. #8
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    I say it like the others do. I think it really varies depending on the person and what they're used to.


    OPHELIA ROSALIND | FLORA CHARLOTTE | LUCY GENOVEVA
    PENELOPE CLARA|ALICE CORDELIA|ADA LEONOR|ROSE WILHELMINA


    Elphie & Ottie


    ELLIOTT VICTOR | AUGUST LIONEL
    HUGO EDMUND|HENRY CASIMIR|ARTHUR FREDERICK|OSCAR PHINEAS

  3. #10
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    I pronounce them Cor-a-line, Evan-je-leen and Mar-ce-leen.
    = Beatrix Esme = Margot Alice = Edith Joanna = Gaia Rosemary =?= Seth Marcus = Robin Nicholas = Caspar Dylan = Marcus Zephyr =

    - Nell - Evelyn - Ophelia (Effie) - Raven - Maeve - Sylvie - Ariadne - Etta - Talitha (Tallie) - Faye - Zinnia -

    - Stefan - Reuben - Christopher (Kit) - Eben - Malachi - Wesley - Tycho - Frederick (Freddie) - Blaise -

  4. #12
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    I think it's perfectly normal for pronunciation to vary by name. I pronounce them Cora-line, Evan-je-lyn, and Mar-ce-leen.
    anne teresa. 18.
    bibliophile & anglophile.
    "if you'll only call me anne spelled with an e i shall try to reconcile myself to not being called cordelia." -anne of green gables

    ladies:
    Katherine, Lucy, Adelaide, Elizabeth, Elanor, Julia, Hazel,
    Margaret, Elodie, Anneliese, Marian, Aurelia, Vivian
    gentlemen:
    James, Atticus, Malachi, Ezra, Lewis, Benjamin, Alexander, Matthias
    Gabriel, Finn, Dietrich, Kieran, Henry, Fletcher, Dominic, Lysander

  5. #14
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    I say (ee-van-juh-LINE), (mar-suh-LEEN) and (core-uh-LINE). Consistency is impossible in the naming world : ) Leighton and Leigh, anyone?
    Jude Casimir-Raphael Benedict-Eli Peregrine-Christian Ignatius

    Genevieve Ophelia-Catharina Elisabet-Hermione Josephine-Marguerite Leonor

    Yelena-Mireille-Solène-Afton-Eamon-Anders-Lorenzo-Percy-Becket

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