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    I was hoping they typo'd but since there was no correction I assume thats the spelling lol.

    I would assume one of the letters is silent... not sure which? First thought was Zay-den but I have no idea

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    Quote Originally Posted by twinklify View Post
    Just saw Xadjyn on FB - not sure if someone can help with how to say it?
    I would hazard a guess its meant to be pronounced "Zay-jen". One of dh's brothers is Saj.en (without the . obviously). Pronounced "Say-jen".

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    Zayden I would say.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frankenmum View Post
    On the name Tahlia - I used to volunteer with kids and meet a lovely little girl named Tahlia. Spelled the normal way, except pronounced "ta-lee-ya" short 'ta', emphasis on the "lee", short "ya". Why?? Why give your kid a perfectly nice, normal name, spelled correctly and then go "aw, nah let's go eewneek and say it different. That'd be heaps good, ay!". Anyway, rant over! Lol
    Just reading through the thread for old times sake and omg! My sister was friends with a Tahlia that was pronounced the same way. Sort of like tuh-leah. Always gave me the crankies as my cousins name is Tahlia and pronounced normally.

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    There was a Tahlia at my primary school, pronounced Ta-Lee-Ya. That's how I always read it as that's the only way I've known to.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gamermummy View Post
    There was a Tahlia at my primary school, pronounced Ta-Lee-Ya. That's how I always read it as that's the only way I've known to.
    Same here. Ive known 3 Tahlia's all pronounced Ta-Lee-Ya. Whats the other way to pronounce it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by wobbleyhorse View Post
    Same here. Ive known 3 Tahlia's all pronounced Ta-Lee-Ya. Whats the other way to pronounce it?
    Everyone I've known with the name tahlia has been pronounced that way. I'd be interested to know the other pronunciation also.

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    I think the odd pronunciation is tah-LEE-uh and the normal is TAH-lee-ah.
    Ta-Lee-Ya could be interpreted as either of those.

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    I always thought Tahlia was pronounced Tarl-ya

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mod-Zeddie View Post
    I always thought Tahlia was pronounced Tarl-ya
    I've only ever heard it pronounced ta Leigh ah
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