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09-08-2016 05:04 #21
09-08-2016 06:36 #22Senior Member
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My best friend's name is Emmaly - it suits her perfectly
09-08-2016 07:17 #23
09-08-2016 07:41 #24
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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09-08-2016 08:21 #25
A girl at work just called her son Eoin ... I thought it was pronounced Ian but it's actually Owen
09-08-2016 08:22 #26
That's traditional Irish
10-08-2016 19:23 #27
11-08-2016 00:34 #28Senior Member
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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!
11-08-2016 07:43 #29
11-08-2016 07:58 #30
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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