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  1. #1
    Join Date
    Apr 2013
    Ontario, Canada :-)

    Which is Nicest?

    my boyfriend's sister is expecting a little girl and is down between these three, I'm curious to see which you like best

    Kylie Alison O'Connell
    Tamsyn Paige O'Connell
    Bronte Sophia O'Connell

    Bronte is pn as Bron-tee
    17. name lover. hoping to have kids of my own one day.

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  2. #3
    Join Date
    Mar 2011
    Midwestern United States
    Tamsyn & Bronte are my favorites, but I think Tamsyn wins.

  3. #5
    Join Date
    Oct 2011
    I like Tamsin. Tamsyn is horribly misspelled. Also, Bronte is pronounced BRON-tay, as anyone who's taken eighth grade English will know. If they want to name their daughter Bron-TEE (which I wouldn't recommend) they should spell it phonetically.

    ETA: I was still wondering about Bronte, so I checked Forvo and asked my mother (she's British and an English professor). She says BRON-tay is correct, but I heard both pronunciations on Forvo. Now I'm intrigued! I would say, though, that I'm probably not the only one who's going to struggle with the pronunciation -- and even aside from that, I wouldn't suggest using Bronte. It has more than an air of pretension about it.
    Last edited by augusta_lee; May 15th, 2013 at 11:46 PM.
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  4. #7
    Join Date
    Mar 2012
    The Bronte sisters pronounced it Bron-tee. But I've heard people say Bron-tay before.

    I dislike it in any case.

    I'm rather fond of Tamsin. I have an adversion to unnecessary y's, but Tamsin Paige is very striking and by far my favourite.

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    May 2013

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