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loosecannon504
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Mine is Kristofer (Pronounced like Christopher).

And since it's my name, it had to be spelled in a cool way of course. cool

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And the first ones a winner.
That was remarkably fast, did I give too many hints?


Major Italian city starting with M was a huge hint, and then I thought Milan sounded slavic. By the way, is it pronounced exactly like it's written or Mailan like in English?

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And that's an interesting name you have. Does it have a specific meaning in a certain language or is it just an interesting way your parents thought of pronouncing Alice?


I checked the etymology of my name a few years ago and either it comes from the ancient Germanic name "Athalhaid" (I don't see how though) or from the Greek Αλική (sea creature); curiously enough I have a Germanic last name and on the other side both my grandparents from my father's side had names related to the sea (this must be fate laugh )
Later Alice became famous in 19th century thanks to Lewis Carroll's book. It's not a rare name in my country and that's just the standard way it's pronounced in my mother language

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Quote from loosecannon504
Mine is Kristofer (Pronounced like Christopher).

And since it's my name, it had to be spelled in a cool way of course. cool


Hello Christopher.
Nice name you have there. cool

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Mine is Kristofer (Pronounced like Christopher).

And since it's my name, it had to be spelled in a cool way of course. cool

Kist-o-bell!

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Kory (male name)
odd spelling was onpurpose,
commonly people spell it Corey, Cory, or Korey.
one person got Kori somehow

but 88% of the time you won't know my name just by me saying it bigrazz

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my name is Jerry.

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My last names Savage. woot.

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By the way, is it pronounced exactly like it's written or Mailan like in English?


It's pronounced as it is written, or for native english speakers more like Me-lahn, or something in that regard.


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Hmmm my name is Carissa Aileen.....my mom named me after some girl whose named she liked.....how sad.

My name is kinda weird....I dont really like the name Carissa. People always mess up my name I get these names....
Carrisa
Clarissa
Karissa
Casandra
Casey
Camilla
Crissy..............what a bummer.

Aileen comes from my sister who died *sniff

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7:23 am, Sep 11 2009
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Hi, my name is Irina and some people are calling me Iri








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Camelia sounds like a sweet name,and what about asking your friends to call you Cami instead?

Mine's Alice. Not really original but not too common and I really like it. And since I don't come from an English speaking country, it's not pronounced Alis/Elis. You have to pronounce every letter, including the final e, and the c sounds like the one in "China". I've been called mostly in the wrong way while I was studying abroad because people can't say the "c" in the right way


OMG, eek never think about it before. That's a good idea!
Cami? Cammie? (it's pronounce like the name of the mermaid in OP)... biggrin

How to pronounce urs? A li tse?




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Paul Henry James Papapietro Jr.
thats what it says on my social secuirity card

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My name is Nesibe I dont really know what it means but I like it My mother gave me the name after listening to a speech bigrazz my friends call me nes or nesip, nesbe etc. biggrin

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My name is Siti, a very common name where I come from, so I hate it. bigrazz But thanks to its commonness there's no way people would misprononounce or mistype it. Unfortunately when I went to Korea I was told to write my name in Hangeul. Since Korean doesn't have si (see) the way they pronounce my name kinda resembled "shitty" eek

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Camelia sounds like a sweet name,and what about asking your friends to call you Cami instead?

Mine's Alice. Not really original but not too common and I really like it. And since I don't come from an English speaking country, it's not pronounced Alis/Elis. You have to pronounce every letter, including the final e, and the c sounds like the one in "China". I've been called mostly in the wrong way while I was studying abroad because people can't say the "c" in the right way


OMG, eek never think about it before. That's a good idea!
Cami? Cammie? (it's pronounce like the name of the mermaid in OP)... biggrin

How to pronounce urs? A li tse?




more like A li tch e with very small emphasis on the t

Cami and Cammie sound both good eyes



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