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Cast Your Vote:

    • Aoibhe Siobhan -- Votes: 1
    • Briar Siobhan -- Votes: 12
    • Caoimhe Siobhan -- Votes: 1
    • Nella Siobhan -- Votes: 2
    • Rosabella Siobhan -- Votes: 7
    • None -- Votes: 12
Opinions Mrs.Mechanic TTC since Sep 2015; 3 kids; Soldotna, Alaska 2229 posts
Apr 16th '13

Aoibhe (Ee-va)
Caoimhe (KEEVA)
Siobhan (Chevonne)



Because of recent family events Hubby and I decided to change our baby names list. Siobhan is set in stone, any suggestions are welcome :-). Rose is a family name and Dh prefers Rosabella over the other variations we have found.

mαkαnαni Hogwarts, .., United Kingdom 77232 posts
Apr 16th '13

I think it's too much as a first name as people won't know how to pronounce or spell them. I voted Briar.

Faye's Mama 1 child; Springfield, MO, United States 4569 posts
Apr 16th '13

I guess Rosabella but I don't like any of them.

Turtley Mikey Due October 31; 2 kids; California 50611 posts
Apr 16th '13
Quoting Mrs.Mechanic:" Aoibhe (Ee-va) Caoimhe (KEEVA) Siobhan (Chevonne) Because of recent family events Hubby and I decided ... [snip!] ... any suggestions are welcome :-). Rose is a family name and Dh prefers Rosabella over the other variations we have found."


I freaking LOVE Briar!!

Mrs.Mechanic TTC since Sep 2015; 3 kids; Soldotna, Alaska 2229 posts
Apr 16th '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting mαkαnαni:</b>" I think it's too much as a first name as people won't know how to pronounce or spell them. I voted Briar."</blockquote>



Yeah, Hubby and I have tossed around using the more English friendly versions. I am not worried about people having a hard time with the mn but, the fn could be frustrating.

*B*~ Mommy~ 1 child; cape girardeau, MO, United States 7470 posts
Apr 16th '13

Roslyn Siobhan

Mrs.Mechanic TTC since Sep 2015; 3 kids; Soldotna, Alaska 2229 posts
Apr 16th '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting *B*~ Mommy~:</b>" Roslyn Siobhan"</blockquote>



He just said no :-( Thank you though :-)

Mrs.Mechanic TTC since Sep 2015; 3 kids; Soldotna, Alaska 2229 posts
Apr 16th '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Future Hapa Mama-11 Weeks:</b>" I guess Rosabella but I don't like any of them."</blockquote>



That is fine. Everyone has different taste in names :-). Any suggestions?

Mrs.Mechanic TTC since Sep 2015; 3 kids; Soldotna, Alaska 2229 posts
Apr 16th '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Mrs. God of Thunder:</b>" I freaking LOVE Briar!!"</blockquote>



It is gorgeous :-D

tinana+2 (25w) Due September 6; 2 kids; Orlando, FL, Virgin Islands 44932 posts
status Apr 16th '13
Quoting Mrs. God of Thunder:" I freaking LOVE Briar!!"


:!: I'm not sure how I feel about it with Siobhan but I did vote for it.

Mrs.Mechanic TTC since Sep 2015; 3 kids; Soldotna, Alaska 2229 posts
Apr 16th '13

Anyone have any other suggestions?

mαkαnαni Hogwarts, .., United Kingdom 77232 posts
Apr 16th '13

I hate most Anglicized spellings of Irish Gaelic names.



Alana (uh-lah-nuh)
Maeve
Nora(h)
Oona/Una
Isla
Eva
Ava
Evangeline

Homer Simpson Springfield, OH, United States 5063 posts
Apr 16th '13

What about Rosalie Siobhan? Or Rosaleen?

mαkαnαni Hogwarts, .., United Kingdom 77232 posts
Apr 16th '13
Quoting Mrs.Mechanic:" Anyone have any other suggestions?"


Other than traditionally spelled Irish names, what's your style?

Mrs.Mechanic TTC since Sep 2015; 3 kids; Soldotna, Alaska 2229 posts
Apr 16th '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting mαkαnαni:</b>" I hate most Anglicized spellings of Irish Gaelic names. Alana (uh-lah-nuh) Maeve Nora(h) Oona/Una Isla Eva Ava Evangeline"</blockquote>



Oona is on our list :-D Dh likes Eva and I like the spelling Aoibhe for some reason. He has already nixed Maeve :'(