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    Quote Originally Posted by jesssalee View Post
    If niyah is pronounced nai-ya I love love it!! Not too sure about Aniyah though...
    That's a better way of explaining it lol!

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    Quote Originally Posted by escapee View Post
    have seen it spelt Nyah
    I much prefer this spelling. The 'I' in Niyah is unnecessary IMO.

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    I dont like it, sorry

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    Quote Originally Posted by OM View Post
    I'm sorry I don't know how to pronounce either.
    This. I strongly dislike it sorry.

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    I don't mind Naiyah, I love unusual names....but with an A infront of it, I really don't like like it, sort of makes me think of annihilate.

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    No idea how to pronounce either! Both look made up and strongly dislike them both!

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    I much prefer Nyah

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    Is it pronounced Nigh - ya / A - nigh - ya?

    If yes, then I love both of them. They sound so exotic!

    I say go for it!

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    I've heard of Nyah before and don't mind it.
    I don't like Aniyah though, it does sound made up, and like PP said reminds me of annihilate!

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    I think there's a mum on this forum with a daughter called 'Anayah'.

    ... and yes! Annihilate. Could be descriptive once she's a toddler.


 

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