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    Like Hayley without the H. It means light

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    I just saw a missing children post on FB from NZ. The boys names were Jaedun and Kaedun. Now I think that's just a mockery of the kiwi accent.

    Disclaimer:I'm a kiwi.

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    Quote Originally Posted by [Mod] Uniquey View Post
    Cruel? Nah.
    Child abuse/neglect is cruel.

    The only time I have ever thought a name was in poor form/taste, was when the out and proud couple from S.A who were a Father and daughter in an incestuous relationship named their daughter 'Celeste'.

    In isolation Celeste is a lovely french name, but not when your name so closely sounds like incest.
    Are they still together ? Uck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kw123 View Post
    Someone told me recently if I named a daughter Eilidh (Gaelic name) it would be "cruel". Lol. Only in Australia!
    Gorgeous name kw! We have a little boy named Eoghan at our school and someone thought his name was Ewan! Love love Irish names. My cousin married an Irish guy and their daughter is Niamh


    Me + DH = DS1 (6), DS2 (2) and #3 due September 8th

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    I adore Niamh too!

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    Well all 3 of my kids have Irish/Gaelic names

    I don't think unusual names are cruel, but I think some can be a bit awful!

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    I love it kw!

    My middle name is a 'made up' name from part of my grans name and my nannas name. After 25 years mum found out it is a popular Irish name only spelt different. She thought she was being unique

    Eta-had to go get the correct spelling, Aibhlinn
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    I taught a kid whose name (I kid you not) was 'Truly-Scrumpous'!

    Not sure it's cruel, but it's certainly bordering on it.

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    never mind! old thread!

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    We had a Nykoal come into work one day and as I was writing down her name to pass on a msg I was berated for spelling it the traditional way.


 

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