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  1. #1

    How do you pronounce Violet?

    I notice as I share my current favored baby name of Violet, some people say the o more pronounced than others..... I personally say a soft o like in Olive.... not Olivia.

    What do you say?

  2. #3
    Join Date
    May 2014
    I say it like "v-eye-let" but some people do pronounce it "vee-oh-let" which is usually a nn for Violetta.
    Valerie. 25. Texas. Lover of words and monikers. TTC late fall 2014.

    Favorite girl names:
    Lydia Rose, Violet Simone, Vivienne Claire, Aurora Juliet
    Guilty Pleasures/Crushes/Other:
    Lucienna nn Luna, Sienna, Azalea, Astrid, Eleanora nn Nora, Marcheline nn Ellie

    Favorite boy names:
    Roman Alexander, Atticus Henry
    Guilty Pleasures/Crushes/Other:
    Luca, Judas nn Jude, Andreas, Hector, Ivan, August, Julian, Julius, Henry, Micah

  3. #5
    Join Date
    Aug 2013
    Vy-oh-let. Similar to the O in Olive I guess? Then again, I say the O in Olive and Olivia the same way. Long o sound, but quick and short.
    haley ~ nineteen ~ journalism student ♔
    "The most courageous act is still to think for yourself, aloud" - Coco Chanel ♔

    ♔ Charlotte, Lily, Libby, Harriet, Violet, Daisy, Lilah, Imogen, Rosie, Evelyn, Stella
    Betsy, Elsie, Florence, Mabel, Poppy, Kitty, Minnie, Nancy, Dolcie, Betty, Martha

    ♔ Henry, Archie, William, Benedict, Daniel, Alfie, James, George, Charlie, Arthur, Ezra
    Louis, Albert, Morgan, Andrew, Christian, Ernest, Winston, Emmett, Matthew, Wilfred, Joel

  4. #7
    Join Date
    Sep 2013
    Vie-let. But when you say that you can still hear a slight O. I'd say it's 97 percent almost the same and definitely interchangeable.

  5. #9
    Join Date
    Dec 2012
    I pronounce it veye-let.

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