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July 26th, 2014 10:52 AM #1Junior Member
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My husband mentioned it last night and I've been thinking about it. At first I thought it was strange and I wasn't sure but I have to admit that it is growing on me. I'm curious about what you all think of it!
Some middle names we'd probably consider are:
If you have any suggestions for the middle then we'd love to her them.
Another question I have is about Indira, as I'm still a little unsure about Indra and Indira seems like a nice alternative to Indra if we dont agree on it. The only thing is that I'm unsure about how Indira is pronounced. How would you pronounce it?
Thanks in advance!Mum to Dashel Rhodes & #2 due in December
July 26th, 2014 11:52 AM #3
Well the Kardashians' little sisters just wrote a book with a city named Indra so that's something to keep in mind! Honestly, it seems a little... "cut off" to me (if that makes sense.) It also sounds like an attempt to revamp Kendra. Indira is more established, and flows better out of the mouth, I think. Indira Maeve is PRECIOUS too! I say it In-deer-uh. If not, there's always India or "Indie". Good luck!Kaitlyn | Name lover | No babies, just planning.
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July 26th, 2014 02:08 PM #9Junior Member
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My first thought was that it was missing a vowel, and should be Indira (I pronounce it in-deer-a), which I like a bit better. Indra is still pretty though, and reminds me of Audra.
For middles, I much prefer the balance of the more traditional/recognizable, multi-syllabic options Indra Melody, etc. over Indra France.
Hmm, I'm having trouble coming up w/ middles that don't slur into the last "-dra" syllable of Indra. Indra Margaret sounds like "injured Margaret," Indra Daisy sounds like "intra-day..." trading perhaps, and Indra Celeste is "enter Celeste." Even Indra Violet makes me thinks"ultra-violet."