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  • Murron Genevieve Inez

    14 26.92%
  • Murron Lior Genevieve

    1 1.92%
  • Murron Liora Genevieve

    16 30.77%
  • Murron Genevieve Lior

    8 15.38%
  • Murron Inez Genevieve

    2 3.85%
  • Murron Genevieve Liora

    8 15.38%
  • Murron Inez Lior

    3 5.77%
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  1. #6
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    Feb 2012
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    Kawaguchi, Japan
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    I picked Murron Genevieve Inez. I think it has a nice flow Good luck!
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  2. #8
    Join Date
    Feb 2014
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    20
    Murron Genevieve Inez for sure.
    Murron looks like mur-ON (and makes me think moron) to me instead of mah-RIN like I think your looking for. The spelling feels a little harsh and masculine. Maybe try a different spelling. I love the sound of it when I use your pronunciation just not crazy about the spelling. Just don't feel the spelling and your pronunciation match I guess.
    Other thoughts...
    Maryn
    Marin (like Marin county California)
    Mirin (keeps the Scottish heritage but looks more feminine)
    Mirren (modern Scottish spelling)
    Merryn
    Murrin
    Murin
    Muryn
    Miryn (looks pretty)
    Meryn

    I'm sure you've seen this but...The 6th century Irish saint Mirin emigrated to Scotland and now is the patron saint of both the Glasgow suburb of Paisley and the game of football. Mirren is one modern spelling; the Cornish Merryn, best known as the name of the seacoast town St. Merryn, is also related. The name is usually used for girls.

    Mirin or Mirren would be my top 2 choices
    Last edited by laceyrn; August 23rd, 2014 at 11:52 PM.

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