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    Default Please help me chose my baby boy's name.

    Hello ladies,
    My due date is end of January. I am not a native English speaker. So I really appreciate your opinion about a few names that I have chosen for my baby boy. I want the name to be easily pronounced by Aussies and not having bad impression.
    These are the name that I have in my mind:

    Nickan
    Shayan
    Armin
    Kian

    Please help me since I don't know any one to ask for.

    P.S: A in all four names are pronounced like father.

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    I like Kian. I went to school with a boy called Kian and I think it's a cute name and not difficult to pronounce properly!

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    I like Armin

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    My favourite is Kian Sounds lovely and is the easiest to pronounce imo.

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    Kian and armin

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    I like nickan but then my brothers name is nick so I might be biased. Armin is nice too. Common enough that it would never be misspelt or mispronounced. The other two sound a bit Girly. Especially shayan.


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    Quote Originally Posted by LoveyDovey View Post
    Kian and armin
    I like both as well

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    I really like kian I also like shayan, I went to school with a boy with that name

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    Thank you all very much.
    Another question, Do you pronounce letter 'r' in the name Armin?

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    Kian is lovely


 

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