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  1. #6
    Add-uh-line at first look, but add-uh-leen would be my second guess.

  2. #8
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    I say Ad eh leen
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  3. #10
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    I say add-ell-line.

    I would quite easily be corrected to ad-ehl-leen if you wanted to pronounce it that way. It's a French name and that's the correct French pronunciation, so it's definitely a legitimate pn.

    I have been trying to get people to say Aveline as ah-veh-leen without much look though, haha.
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  4. #12
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    I never knew there was another prn besides ad uh line. I do like ad uh leen as well.

  5. #14
    casilda Guest
    Add-uh-line. I'm not sure you'd ever get another pronunciation in the US other than that and add-uh-lynn.

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