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    Delphie?

    What do you think? I think it's pretty sweet and original.
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    Yes! One of my favourite names! I love how it sounds and the reasons you've already stated
    Olive Margaret / 21.10.18

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    I don't care for it at first thought but it's one of those names that could easily grow on me. It sounds too close to "dolphin" for me.
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    It sounds incomplete to me, I strongly prefer Delphine.
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    I like it! I’m not a big Delphine fan, and whilst I like how Delphi looks I don’t like the pronunciation as much, so Delphie is a great option in my opinion. It gets a big thumbs up from me!
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    At first sight, Delphie looks like a nickname. It's really cute but it feels incomplete to me. I prefer Delphine nn Delphie.
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    Delphie is sweet - i like it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by myosotis View Post
    I like it! I’m not a big Delphine fan, and whilst I like how Delphi looks I don’t like the pronunciation as much, so Delphie is a great option in my opinion. It gets a big thumbs up from me!
    Do you pronounce Delphi and Delphie differently?
    Olive Margaret / 21.10.18

    Ginny Florence
    Fay Marigold
    Cecily Fearne
    Eadie Seraphina
    Delphie Claire
    Elma Josephine

    Dustin James
    Grady Theodore
    Willem Cain
    Reggie Maxwell
    Lennox Peter
    Remy Graham

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