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    Realistically how often do people say full names out loud!

    Sadie Mary *surname* I think would be fine!!!

    My DS2 has a middle name that doesn't flow as nicely as my DS1 first and middle name but it has huge meaning to me do I used it!!!

    I think the importance of passing on the name trumps it doesn't sound 'quite right' with Sadie!

    I don't like Eilish purely based on the fact I have NO idea how to pronounce it and wouldn't want to burden my children with a name that is constantly mispronounced, they have to spell etc etc

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    Quote Originally Posted by JaneDoe View Post
    Realistically how often do people say full names out loud!

    Sadie Mary *surname* I think would be fine!!!

    My DS2 has a middle name that doesn't flow as nicely as my DS1 first and middle name but it has huge meaning to me do I used it!!!

    I think the importance of passing on the name trumps it doesn't sound 'quite right' with Sadie!

    I don't like Eilish purely based on the fact I have NO idea how to pronounce it and wouldn't want to burden my children with a name that is constantly mispronounced, they have to spell etc etc
    I guess your right!!


    Eilish fwiw is pronounced EYE-LISH

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    Quote Originally Posted by mmh View Post
    Looks pretty but how would I pronounce Maire
    I know a Maire from Scotland and she pronounces it Ma-ree.

    I like Eilish, and think Eilish Maire sounds lovely.

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    Eilish is pronounced "Ayley". Like Hayley without the H

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    Quote Originally Posted by MissWinter View Post
    Eilish is pronounced "Ayley". Like Hayley without the H

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    Nope. its actually Eye-lish its Gaelic for Elizabeth

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    I like Eilish. It's really not that hard to pronounce IMO. It's fairly phonetic. it's a really pretty name. People manage to pronounce Eileen and its similar to that.

    Sadie reminds me of Sadie the cleaning lady :-/ Even if it didn't, I don't like the name itself anyway.

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    I loooove Eilish

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    I vote Eilish too.

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    the other 2 on my list are

    London & Harlow

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    Still prefer Eilish.


 

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