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    this is somewhat related.. I had a mum come into my work with her child. I needed Their medicare card.. The childs first, middle and surname were hyphenated. all the names were very different. The mother admitted that she thought it as cool and when she had to fill out forms for a passport there wasn't enough room. The mothers name is hyphenated and she thought she'd carry on the tradition with her 3 children. I personally think that's going a bit far.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kaleissk View Post
    this is somewhat related.. I had a mum come into my work with her child. I needed Their medicare card.. The childs first, middle and surname were hyphenated. all the names were very different. The mother admitted that she thought it as cool and when she had to fill out forms for a passport there wasn't enough room. The mothers name is hyphenated and she thought she'd carry on the tradition with her 3 children. I personally think that's going a bit far.
    That reminds me of a name I saw in the paper for a birth announcement. Bub had a regular name but mum and dad weren't married so the first part of her surname was mum's name followed by dad's already-hyphenated surname. So poor bub ended up with a double hyphenated name like Mary Green-Smith-Jones. Poor kid!


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    Quote Originally Posted by kw123 View Post
    Like Hayley without the H. It means light
    Oh - I assumed it was like Riley without the R. We had an ancient family member with that name but I don't know how she spelt it.

    Edited - I've now realised it might have been short for Eileen.

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    I know of a boy called Airmegan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sunnyflower View Post
    Are they still together ? Uck.
    Oh gosh, I wrote the post 12 months ago, so have looked it up and they split in 2008.


 

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