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    The only way I've ever heard it is TAR-lee-ah. I've heard it pronounced tah-LEE-ah once.

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    My foot is firmly in the TAR-lee-ah camp.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mod-Nomsie View Post
    My foot is firmly in the TAR-lee-ah camp.
    I do not actually know anyone with this name but that's how I said it in my head.

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    I've known lots of TAR-lee-ah's. Tahlia's.

    I *think* I've known a Tah-LEE-ah, but it was spelt different. Like Tahleah or something.

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    My DD is Tahlia and we have never had any problems with others pronouncing it incorrectly. It's a long Tah- sound and a short -lia. Like in Natalia, or rhyming with the flower Dahlia. Example here: http://pronouncenames.com/search?name=Tahlia

    The alternate pronunciation PPs are describing I would spell Taleah as the end is the same pronunciation as Leah with a short Tuh- sound. Like this: http://pronouncenames.com/search?name=Taleah

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    I knew a girl with a name pronounced Tah-LEE-ah and it was spelt Talya.

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    I've always seen Tahlia pronounced like the end of Natalia.

    I've met a few Tar-LEE-yahs, but they've spelt it as variations of. Taleeyah. Two different names.

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    How about Kaysanne - pronounced 'kay san' and is for the cold chisel song Khe Sahn

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    I saw a newby on fb named Eyemogeane Skai

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