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    Quote Originally Posted by Raven & Memphis View Post
    My DD's name is Raven
    You have great taste

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    Quote Originally Posted by Witwicky View Post
    You have great taste
    Thank you honey (Your boys have gorgeous names also!)
    My DH was actually the one that chose DD's name!
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    i like the name raven.

    but the question was..what is the strangest name you have heard and for me its strange...not bad...
    but in my family i have:
    zsolt
    arpad
    csaba
    darragh
    caiomhe
    sadhbh
    sean
    these would be strange to others but are normal to me!

    i hope that makes sense.

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    I have heard of an Eeyore (girl) and Tigger (boy), and yes they are brother and sister.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LittleBug'sMum View Post
    I have heard of an Eeyore (girl) and Tigger (boy), and yes they are brother and sister.
    EVERYONE knows Eeyore is a boy's name!


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    Quote Originally Posted by BerylsMum View Post
    i like the name raven.

    but the question was..what is the strangest name you have heard and for me its strange...not bad...
    but in my family i have:
    zsolt
    arpad
    csaba
    darragh
    caiomhe
    sadhbh
    sean
    these would be strange to others but are normal to me!

    i hope that makes sense.
    Makes perfect sense, majority of people who meet dd think its strange!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SassyMummy View Post
    I think probably the strangest I've come across Liryc.
    My first thought was dads name spelled backwards. Cyril

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    Lots of people comment on my DD2s name... Schuyler. We pronounce it Shylah, but traditionally it was a Dutch boys name and pronounced Skylah. So manny people pronounce it 'Shoo-la'. A couple of people in my family don't like it, so they call her by her middle name (Izabelle).


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    my future children's names (have a few picked out, DH choice mostly and i like them) will probably be considered strange, but DH is fijian and i think it's important for our children to keep a part of their culture
    The first girl name we have picked is Emali, after his mum, but it's just pronounced Emily (fijian spelling) and for a boy he wants Manasa after his eldest brother (it's common to name after family members in fiji).

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrstuilawa View Post
    my future children's names (have a few picked out, DH choice mostly and i like them) will probably be considered strange, but DH is fijian and i think it's important for our children to keep a part of their culture
    The first girl name we have picked is Emali, after his mum, but it's just pronounced Emily (fijian spelling) and for a boy he wants Manasa after his eldest brother (it's common to name after family members in fiji).
    They are beautiful names and love the spelling of Emali


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