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Thread: Pronunciation of Findlay
April 6th, 2014 07:25 AM #1
Pronunciation of Findlay
How do you pronounce Findlay? Is the 'd ' silent? To me it's a more masculine way of spelling Finley. I would probably use nn Finn most of the name but I think Findlay goes better with my top name Maxwell than Finn.
Would you go with...
Maxwell and Finn
Maxwell and Findlay
Maxwell and Finlay
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April 6th, 2014 09:56 AM #3
April 6th, 2014 10:33 AM #5Member
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Yes the D is silent. It's a relatively common surname here & often spelt with the silent D.
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April 6th, 2014 03:35 PM #9
I say Findlay/Finlay/Finley all the same... FIN-lee.
I know several boys with various spellings of the name and none of them are said fin-LAY. They're all different Anglicizations of Fionnlagh, but they're all pronounced the same.
I like Finlay best, especially with Maxwell. You don't really need to worry about it feeling feminine since Finlay/Finley is very rarely used on girls in the UK (it's a very American trend to use Irish male names on girls, I don't get it and thankfully neither does the rest of Britain).
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