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April 8th, 2014 08:46 PM #1Junior Member
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- Feb 2014
Cian vs. Kian. Which spelling yields pronunciation "Key-in"?
Have received lots of great feedback on using the name Kian for our second son...but many people prefer the spelling 'Cian' as it is the original Gaelic spelling. However....many people pronounced this as "Sy-Ann" when we asked them to pronounce the written name.
Any suggestions? Would one spelling make you more likely to say it as "Key-In"?? We thought using the /k/ would decrease some of the mispronunciations...
Help Please! Middle name will either be Cruz or Blair. Last name is 2 syllables and starts with /s/ Thanks to everyone! This is so tough!
April 8th, 2014 08:59 PM #3Senior Member
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