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Thread: WDYT of Tyde?
May 5th, 2013 04:09 PM #6
I am from the uk, that's probably why I've never heard of it! I'll probably put it on my GP list, the thought of naming a child something equivalent of Persil puts me off it!
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May 5th, 2013 04:28 PM #10
I currently live in Alabama and my immediate thought was "Roll Tide!" This is a commonly used term by University of Alabama fans/alums. We have lots of girls named Crimson (nickname of school is Crimson Tide), Bear or Bryant (late coach Bear Bryant), and Nick (for current coach Nick Saban).
I would not think twice if I heard this as a name in Alabama. However, outside of our state I don't think it is usable due to the previous mentioned laundry detergent association.Not expecting, just collecting.
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May 5th, 2013 04:37 PM #12
A separate problem for Tyde in the UK is the similarity to the (northern, I think) Welsh word for grandfather Taid (pronounced the same way).
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May 5th, 2013 04:37 PM #14