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    Default Honestly...does this sound bogan?

    Another one that thinks 'Aunty' here. Maybe Lia instead?

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    Not bogan, but not really a name I would use.

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    Default Honestly...does this sound bogan?

    Not bogan at all

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    I don't think its bogan, but i do think "aunty".

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    Default Honestly...does this sound bogan?

    Not bogan but I definitely think Aunty too. It's a pretty sounding and feminine name though. It's not like it means pube or toenail.

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    Default Honestly...does this sound bogan?

    I had no idea it meant Aunty.

    I think it's a nice name.

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    I have a friend called Z.ea
    I like it

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    Quote Originally Posted by CakeyLoaf View Post
    It's not like it means pube or toenail.
    this made me lol very true, meaning aunty is ok....

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    I don't like it. It doesn't sound bogan though. As someone with a somewhat unique name I can tell you that the more unique a name is the more annoying it is. I have to spell it for everyone and they still get it wrong (people write down what they think it is and pay no attention to me spelling my name). I have to answer to multiple variations of my name - some that sound absolutely nothing like my real name. And of course its on no personalised stuff like bowls/cups/keyrings - that isn't such an issue these days, but it was a big issue for me growing up.

    Not meaning to offend, just letting you know that unique isn't always fantastic.

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    I know a girl who spells it Zea, if you didn't want the Italian spelling
    I know its Italian, but never think of Aunty for her.

    Maybe consider Zara or Zoe of you wanted a Z nname but were unsure of Zia?


 

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