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    Quote Originally Posted by Candiceo View Post
    I like it. Is it pronounced Zan-thee?
    Yes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hunnybunny View Post
    This is my name
    I don't have a middle name.
    I have had to spell it a lot and pronounce it, and have had lots of comments over the years but I still love it, and have had lots of comments on how nice it is.
    Im mid thirties.
    Awesome. I wish i had your name. Hopefully i can use it for a girl one day. Ive mentioned it to people and they have a hard time saying or spelling it but i guess once they know it shouldn't be too hard right. Plus plenty of names are hard to spell these days. Do you get any nicknames/short names?

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    My friend just recently called her little girl Xanthe. I think it's a lovely name!

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    Quote Originally Posted by hunnybunny View Post
    This is my name
    I don't have a middle name.
    I have had to spell it a lot and pronounce it, and have had lots of comments over the years but I still love it, and have had lots of comments on how nice it is.
    Im mid thirties.
    Lol I was going to say I know a Bubhubber with that name. And here you are!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unschooling4 View Post
    Awesome. I wish i had your name. Hopefully i can use it for a girl one day. Ive mentioned it to people and they have a hard time saying or spelling it but i guess once they know it shouldn't be too hard right. Plus plenty of names are hard to spell these days. Do you get any nicknames/short names?
    No I don't really have any name related nicknames, but my family weren't really nick namey type people. Having to spell and pronounce it hasn't bothered me too much

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    Quote Originally Posted by White Mage View Post
    Lol I was going to say I know a Bubhubber with that name. And here you are!
    Haha well I had to respond to a thread with my name!

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    My neighbour when I was a child had this name and she was a few years younger than me so she would be in her 20's. They were a Greek family and her mum decided to spell her name Santhy when she started school (I guess as a preferred name) because we were living in a very Anglo area that just didn't understand the name (this was 20 odd years ago mind you).

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    Quote Originally Posted by TortoiseNotTheHare View Post
    My neighbour when I was a child had this name and she was a few years younger than me so she would be in her 20's. They were a Greek family and her mum decided to spell her name Santhy when she started school (I guess as a preferred name) because we were living in a very Anglo area that just didn't understand the name (this was 20 odd years ago mind you).
    I actually know a Chrisanthy who goes by Santhy shes also from a Greek family. Ive loved the name since i was about 4. Chrisanthy "Santhy" is another name i am considering. The Chris part would honour someone named Christine.

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