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August 12th, 2014 06:45 PM #1
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August 12th, 2014 09:49 PM #3
I know a little Mirial, pronounced Meer-ee-uhl (like Miriam with an L at the end). I'm not sure if they just made up the spelling or not, but I really like it.Mommy to Konrad Wolfgang '13 and Louisa Marie '16
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August 12th, 2014 10:54 PM #5
Mirielle, I actually haven't heard before and I'd probably assume it was Mireille at first glance (not that it would make any sense in French spelling, but it does look close to identical).
To be honest I don't really like the sound of it. It does nothing for me at all especially if said mee-ree-elle (mih-ree-elle I find tolerable, with the same short 'mih' sound I would use in Miriam/Mirabelle, but in the US I assume it would more commonly be 'mee', right?).
Marielle/Mariella is so much softer sounding, and hugely underappreciated.much love and I are waiting for you; Alec Oberon. Emmett Kielder. Wilfred Fox. Nicholas Ingmar. Hugh Oswin. Rufus Yarrow. Wren Evander. // Alba Madelyn. Ishbel Antigone. Rosemary Siofra. Beatrix Raphaela. Sybilla Briar. Lilias Honey. Eilean Estella. (Antigone = an-TIG-uh-nee / Siofra = shee-fra / Eilean = ay-lin).
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August 12th, 2014 11:17 PM #7Senior Member
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I can't pronounce that but i like mireille
August 12th, 2014 11:25 PM #9