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  1. #26
    I love it! but it might be a bit hard for people to pronounce? Why not just Ryan? it is a unisex name. I do have to say that Ryanne is lovely though!
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  2. #28
    Join Date
    Aug 2011
    This name is pretty, but a bit awkward to me because I keep staring at it and switching between the two pronunciations wondering which is right. The problem is not that the name is not legitimate but that people named Ryanne pronounce it both ways. As long as you are prepared to correct pronunciation often, this name sounds like a good choice!

    Other ideas to honor a Ryan:
    Or, names with a prominent "ry" sound that could have "Ry" as a nickname:
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  3. #30
    Join Date
    Apr 2012
    I new a young mother who named he daughter Ryanne. When i see it I say Rhy-anne, but she wanted it pronounced Ryan. Why didn't she just name her daughter Ryan? It would be confusing for her teacher and to her friends.

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