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Thread: Aoibhinn or Aoibheann
April 29th, 2014 06:27 AM #1Member
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Aoibhinn or Aoibheann
I just have a few questions for you.
which spelling of Aoibhinn (Ee-vin) do you prefer? Aoibhinn or Aoibheann?
and do you prefer Aoibhinn (Ee-vin) or Eabha (Ee-va)?
and also, I am really struggling to find middle names for it. I like Sinead (Shin-aid) but I wonder if the pronounciation is too much. I would prefer Irish middle names.
so thank you xx"If I were to search for logic, I should not search for it among the English upper class." Downton Abbey, The Dowadger Countess of Grantham
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