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  1. #11
    Although Angharad is somewhat easier to pronounce than Lleucu, it still poses many of the same challenges, so I don't really see the sense in settling for a name that they don't love as much. I think they should go with Lleucu and just be willing to be flexible with others using her middle name, a nickname (which I'm sure will evolve over time, even if none are apparent), or close approximations of the correct pronunciation. It's an amazing opportunity to raise your children overseas, but I love that they want to keep a strong connection to their heritage and give their daughter a Welsh identity. I think she will grow up to appreciate that as well
    Last edited by huia; April 7th, 2014 at 03:49 PM.
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  2. #13
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    What about Kiki as a nickname for Lleucu? To my American ears, the second syllable sounds like "key," so why not Key-Wyn, Kiki (or just Wyn) for the use of non-Welsh friends? Use the name you love!

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