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Discussion in 'Baby Names' started by beth_terri, Sep 5, 2012.
I'm Irish. Yes, it is an irish name and it is pronounced EE-FAH (EE as in SEE)
We pronounce it EVER-lin
I really like Freya as well.
And someone just said Roman I have been looking for an Italian boys name but never thought of Roman, it's going on my list. I was thinking Frederico for an Italian boys name so Freddy but DH is a bit unsure of Freddy Fletcher but I think it's cute Freddy Flintoff gets away with it ha ha.
Our little girl is Ariana (aria) for short and it is amazing how many people comment on it, I also love Siena for a girl.
Family members of mine in the US have called there daughters Emmerson poppy and harper bluebell pretty names, I really like violet, ivy, Elsie, ellis, jasper and joey but I'm not having that many kids so can't use them now, wish I had put them as middles names now miah ivy and Georgia violet or something like that, love the name Payton for a girl aswell but that was out the question now that I'm officially a Paton - pronounced the same xxx
I love Rory for a boy and ivy for a girl x
I like coen, think that's DKs little boys name?
I think I like it coz of Seth Cohen from the OC though oh that reminds me I also like Seth haha x
I love the name Aoife too! I also love the names Eva and Saoirse.
I had nothing but girls names when I was preggo with this one, (when I was preggo with DS1 I had nothing but boy's names), so it was a little difficult in finding a boys name that we could agree on for DS2 which obviously we did in the end, but even then he was nameless for a few hours after he was born with us still deciding on whether it was a definite name choice!
OP - I really liked Rory but in Leicester that name is ruined by the accent (Ror-eh)
My Quinn is a boy... we first heard it as a boys name & DH didn't know it could be a girls name too until the day I went into labour ha!
aww you have a reuben! So jealous! Lol you also have a Luc, I loved Luca. Everytime I mentioned these to OH he would say 'sorry, are we having an Italian?' boo to him! Next time I find a man im gonna check he approves of these before I date him
Uugghh haha x
Lol! Should be a prerequisite to vet oh's first for name choice for future babies!
Reuben happened purely by accident, watching a tv programme and me and oh just looked at each other and said I like that name, so it kinda stuck.
Luc was chosen because I wanted a name that couldn't be shortened - although it's never spelt correctly be other people, they just automatically assume it's spelt Luke which is understandable, so he'll have to put up with that years to come, like I have - my name is Sheree (pronounced shur-reee) but people sometime say it as in a bottle of Sherry lol, or spell it Sherie, or Cherie, so it does get interesting at times - sorry gone off on a tangent there lol! I'll shut up now!
I hate it when a name you really love gains popularity. We decided over two years ago that our next baby would be Quinn and then here you all are stealing it
I knew it was someone on here! They sound really good together.
I like Luca as well but there is an Italian family here who's last name it is and they have ice cream shops called Lucas so I don't think I can use it booo.
That's how i came across Reuben too, I was watching a movie (cant remember which one!) years ago and it came up in the credits! I always like it cos i thought Reuben is lovely for a man in his late 20s/30s but liked that you could shorten it to Ben for a little boy do you ever call him Ben?
When you said your name was Sheree i said it properly in my head lol im gonna go off on a tangent now... my name is Jennifer (normal spelling etc) and one time someone wrote me a christmas card.... To 'Jenthu'..... Sorry?! JENTHU????? HOw can you pssibly think that is how you spell Jennifer ?
I haven't seen her in a while but one lady has a LO called Marella which I think is just beautiful!
This is exactly the reason I won't use Holly. I love the name but she'd end up getting called Oll-eh. Stupid Yorkshire accent lol x
I personally love the name : "Dana"