To be totally honest, I actually think it makes the parents sound uneducated pronouncing the name with a J sound as opposed to Harv-e-yair, which is the well known spanish pronunciation.
I agree with Sam4Frankie and think a different spelling would be the way to go.
Now to the OP, what about Jagger, Sullivan, Spencer, Elliott, Lincoln, Hudson.
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We called out DS Kaleb Sebastian Willow.... I really wanted to call him Baxter but DH said now way Jose!
Lennix so pronounced lenNIX not NOX
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Rhy pronounces like RYE
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