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I wouldn't have thought that Ian would throw off (Anglophile) people that much. For me it's such a normal, English name! Ian McKellen (Lord of the ring/X-men actor)) comes to mind.At least phonetically the French equivalent would be Yann, I've met a Jan - pronounced Yan/Ian and that was from Holland.
Quote from: Thipu1 on April 01, 2014, 11:30:22 AM'Brooklyn' is also a maddeningly common name for a girl. As well as gargoyles.
'Brooklyn' is also a maddeningly common name for a girl.
EYoFrom an MSN article on "unconventional parenting strategies that work." Supposedly it's to make them tough, as in "A Boy Named Sue."
Quote from: Elisabunny on April 03, 2014, 12:19:49 AMEYoFrom an MSN article on "unconventional parenting strategies that work." Supposedly it's to make them tough, as in "A Boy Named Sue."Yes. His daughter is E, and his son's full name is: Yo Xing Heyno Augustus Eisner Alexander Weiser Knuckles (and that is excluding the last name)
Okay, I only heard it said and have no idea how it's spelled, but on Friday, I swear I heard a mother call her little girl "Mail".Or "Male" which would be even more puzzling...
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