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    Quote Originally Posted by hakuna matata View Post
    Just saw this on a mums page... Emmaly
    Oh god, whhhhy?!?!

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    My best friend's name is Emmaly - it suits her perfectly

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    Dzessickah 😲

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    Names don't "suit" people. You're just so used to knowing them as that name that you can't fathom any other name in its place. It's just familiarity.

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    A girl at work just called her son Eoin ... I thought it was pronounced Ian but it's actually Owen

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    That's traditional Irish

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cevapa View Post
    A girl at work just called her son Eoin ... I thought it was pronounced Ian but it's actually Owen
    Another child who will have to spend their lives correcting the pronunciation of their name.

    It's got me beat why parents need to do this to their kids *shakes head*.

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    I always thought Eoin was pronounced Ian too!

    What are everyone's thoughts on Michael Phelp's kid's name...Boomer. It's spelled correctly which is nice but it just makes me think of a kangaroo!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cicho View Post
    Another child who will have to spend their lives correcting the pronunciation of their name.

    It's got me beat why parents need to do this to their kids *shakes head*.
    How do you know they aren't Irish themselves? I have a traditional Irish name. It's spelt "correctly" and is actually just a *normal* name in that part of the country.
    Just because it's not familiar in this part of the world doesn't mean it shouldn't be used....:

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    I love Gaelic names. Bugger to pronounce but love them. Saoirse, Niamh, and Siobhan are pretty common.

    It's one thing to give you kid a cultural / ethnic name, it's another to make up a work or bastardised the spelling.

    Comparing Eoin and Jaxon is apples and bananas IMO.

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