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July 27th, 2014 04:11 PM #1Senior Member
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Conall has long been my favorite boys' name. It is Irish and means- "strong as a hound" and has a strong and rich heritage throughout Irish history. I want to know your thoughts on it, Nameberry is certainly fond of it but are you and what do you think of it both practically and romantically? I'll still love it either way and just so you know, if to be used it would be in Ireland and pronounced correctly as "coe-null". Personally, the alternative spelling- "Conal" is too flimsy for me.
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July 27th, 2014 07:50 PM #5
My first instinct was that it was like Connell (con-null). I think you would encounter this a lot in the States, but people would pick up on the correct pronunciation quickly. If you're in Ireland, I guess that's a non-issue. I love the meaning of the name, and I agree that Conall seems more substantial than Conal.
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