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  1. #1
    frankie Guest

    Question Is Caoimhe trendy?

    I like Caoimhe (roughly KEE-va) for its sound and its strong Irish ties but... does it fade into all the Kylie, Chloe, Makenna names? It's not so much that I want it to stick out (though I somewhat do) but that I don't want it to feel overused and dated, even if that name in particular isn't common, KWIM?

    Come to think of it, I'm wondering the same thing about Clover.

  2. #3
    Join Date
    Nov 2011
    While the actual sound is somewhat familiar, I don't think it is trendy at all. I have never seen this name and to me, the spelling/ look of the name was so far from how it is actually said, I would never have been able to figure it out on my own. I think that might be something to think about before actually using it. Just my honest opinion.
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    Jun 2011
    Although I know how to pronounce the name when I see it, 90% of people I know, will not. If you want to use the name, (unless you live in Ireland), spell it Keeva like Alyson Hannigan chose to. That being said, it does seem slightly reminiscent of name like Chloe and Kylie but that could just be the K sound, which seems to feel trendy. I wouldn't put Clover in this set though.

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