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    Quote Originally Posted by Maia View Post
    Last night we were discussing names for the baby, and we have one that we really like. The only issue is that my partner believes it wont be pronounced correctly (or the way we want). So I guess this is another name pronunciation thread...

    How would you pronounce the name

    Sara.

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    My oldest step daughters name is Sara pronounced Sarah

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    Quote Originally Posted by felicia81 View Post
    I would pronounce it rhyming with Tara.
    This

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    Quote Originally Posted by LindyLouLove View Post
    I've had friends spelled Sara- and have been pronounced Saara and Sarah. Am sure which ever pronunciation you want you'll find that it gets muddled! But I love the name- never mind a few mispronunciations!
    I agree with this.

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    Yep, rhyming with Tara, Lara, Cara etc

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    Rhyming with Lara, Tara etc

    I would never even consider pronouncing it Sarah?!?!

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    I have an old school friend called Sara, so I always pronounce it her way (rhyming with Tara...but not Tara as in True Blood lol).

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    Quote Originally Posted by JaneDoe View Post
    Rhyming with Lara, Tara etc

    I would never even consider pronouncing it Sarah?!?!
    If it's written I always get Sarah and a lot of the time if I introduce myself, the next time that person says my name it's Sarah.
    An 'h' is often added - because I obviously don't know how to spell my own name :P

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    My Nan was Sara (pronounced Sarah).

    Though she hated it and went by the name Sally (completely OT).

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    I would prononce it Sar-rah

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    I have a cousin with this name and it is pronounced like Tara as others have said.


 

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