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How is this pronounced? Is it Roz-a-lind or Rose-a-lind? Is the "D" on the end silent or do you pronounce it?
Thanks in advance for the clarification!
TheLuckiestOne:I've always heard the former. I like it.
So, would it annoy you to have a name that teacher's or new acquaintances may not know how to pronounce your name? Or always having to correct people?
I grew up with the name Carly.. so I never had the issue and I'm not sure if it would be an annoyance.
I love this name. I really do. But I don't know if it's going to annoy my child to always correct people?
What do you all think?
austenreader85:I've heard ROZ-uh-lind with a very faint d sound actually, so it almost doesn't sound like it, emphasis on the Roz part. Lovely name!
This. I knew one who went by Roz and Lindy as nn.