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Thread: Suki and Euclid

  1. #1
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    Suki and Euclid

    I have friends who have chosen the names Suki Adela and Euclid Lee for when they have kids. I was wondering what you all thought of those names?
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    Re: Suki and Euclid

    Ugh.
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    Re: Suki and Euclid

    Honestly? I have to say I extremely dislike them! These two names are so apart stylistically for siblings, not to mention that the middle names they have paired with them don't flow well either. Euclid Lee almost sounds like it could be one word, Euclidly. So me Suki is a nickname for Susannah and I don't like it alone, especially with Adela which is such a lovely name but Suki seems to ruin it.

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    Re: Suki and Euclid

    I like Suki. Great meaning, fun to say, a little spunky. I'm not a fan of Euclid. I'm not even sure how I would pronouce it.

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    Re: Suki and Euclid

    I agree that Euclid Lee runs together a bit, but Lee as a middle name is a family tradition and I feel like it would blur with most names. Euclid is pronounced U-clid (rhymes wth bid). I'm glad someone likes Suki. I think I personally would prefer Sookie, but Suki is nice, too.
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