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How would you pronounce the following two first names the way they are spelled? [These are our current top picks for our baby boy-to-be, we are east indians].
But I would be guessing.
N-eye-anne or N-eye-in ??
Kian - Key-on
Nayan = nye-ann
Kian - kye-an
EDIT: Is your name Sonali? I love that name! So pretty.
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Without looking at any of the other replies : ), I would say:
Nie - yuhn
Kee - un
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sonaliagrawal:How would you pronounce the following two first names the way they are spelled? [These are our current top picks for our baby boy-to-be, we are east indians]. Nayan Kian
N-eye-an (not as 3 syllables, just trying to be clear)
kerribear1717:Neye in (rhymes with Mayan like the Mayan people) and key in.
If you are in North America...my vote would go to Kian....the other one sounds a bit too girly for me.
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sonaliagrawal:Thanks for all your responses! This was very helpful "usability testing" :) We are still undecided and working on the names.
So, will you tell us what the correct pronunciations are? : )