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    I stumbled upon pronouncing it... all I could come up with is "Are ya"... like another poster said. I would never have read it as Aria... I would stick with the usual spelling in this case as Aria is quite nice.

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    Lol yeah I keep saying Are-ya in my head now!

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    Layla is way more common then Aria/Arya or Ava imo. In my due group we had two Laylas, two Arias(one spelt aria the other spelt Arya) and one Ava lol.

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    I never thought of that, thanks good idea.

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    I think Aria is quite nice, but I would spell it that way (not Arya).

    I don't think it's weird at all - I've heard it quite a lot, and my worry would be that it may be becoming a bit too frequently used (which may not be something that would bother you).

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    I have also seen it spelt arihia and have seen anya which is also similar.

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    I much prefer the Arya spelling

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    I love it. But I would spell it the traditional way which is Aria. Otherwise you look like a Game of Thrones try hard... Lol

    I considered it for this baby but never even thought of the aria award connection. Does anyone even watch or care about them anyway, enough to think of it?

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    I think aria is lovely but agree with PP, don't give people the opportunity to boganise your lovely name by giving them the temptation to pronounce it 'are-ya'

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    Not to fussed on it..I do know an Arlia though, pronounced ar-lia

    I love layla. But don't like the y. We used Laila.


 

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