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Thread: Noël or Noëlle?
October 28th, 2014 02:20 AM #1Senior Member
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Noël or Noëlle?
So we want to use either Noël or Noëlle for a girl or a boy. Pronounced No-el both ways, as that's how it's said in french. But I was pondering if you could use Noël for both genders? or would you see Noël and instantly pronounce it like knoll. I never really understood the Knoll pronunciation, since even in the christmas carol it's said No-el. Any feedback would be appreciated Also any middle name suggestion would also be greatGirls:
Claudia Stephanie, Georgia Vivian, Isabel Margaret
Marcus Gregory and Paul Joseph
October 28th, 2014 06:35 AM #3~Boys~
★ August Eli Benedict ★ Bram ★ Casimir Mordecai ★ Edmond John Meirion ★ Gillon ★
★ Jory Leander ★ Julian Charles ★ Macsen ★ Magnus ★ Vasiliy ★
★ Aira Rose ★ Arietta ★ Clover ★ Delphina ★ Eleni ★ Fiorella ★ Hester Isobel ★
★ Iris ★ Lilah ★ Merit ★ Sylvia ★
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October 28th, 2014 02:50 PM #5
In German both are pronounces as No-el (with and without the umlaut) and I'm not a big fan of the English "nole" either.
I think Noelle (with or without the umlaut) is safer to get the pronunciation you desire as many will drop the umlaut and just read it as Noel (also the umlaut isn't found on most English keyboards making it harder to spell the name the way you want it).Alice Matilda | Flora Penelope | Rose Lavinia | Ada Rosalind
Charlotte - Clara - Cordelia - Emma - Arthur - August - Elliott - Henry - Hugo
Possible Nicknames: Lizzie, Fleur, Rosie, Lottie, Kitty, Emmy, Artie, Ottie
October 28th, 2014 04:49 PM #7Cora Vivienne ~ Eliza Margot ~ Esme Caroline ~ Fiona Hazel ~ Gwyneth Rosalie ~ Madeleine Vesper ~ Sylvie Meredith ~ Zara Penelope
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October 28th, 2014 05:21 PM #9Senior Member
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