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Thread: Peter Cormac

  1. #1
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    Peter Cormac

    How does Peter Cormac sound? Last name starts with "M" and is 3 syllables.

  2. #3
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    I like it! Peter's a great classic name. I have always liked it, but could never use it myself because it's the name of an ex-boyfriend!

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    I like it too! Does Cormac sound okay after it?

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    Absolutely fabulous! Dashing is the word that comes to mind.

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    Le sigh. I adore everything about Peter--he's so laidback and dashing and curious all at once! Peter was one of my first favorite boys' names, and I still love him to pieces. I've never been a huge Cormac fan, but I do like its Irish presence next to Peter, and Peter Cormac sounds nice. Do you say cor-MACK or cor-MICK? I've heard both. It might be a little "M" heavy with your surname, but not a dealbreaker, and the combo is so lovely!
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