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ღCeceღ 2 kids; Somewhere in, GA, United States 12619 posts
6th Apr '12
Quoting Regina Phalange:" Yeah it is hah. Interesting. It looks like "Day ner eez" to me. I wouldn't use it. "


:!: that's how I was pronouncing it

user banned Due November 10; Missouri 488 posts
6th Apr '12

So, naming your baby after a fictional character = bad..?

Alexandra the gay 2 kids; 2 angel babies; El Paso, Texas 6702 posts
6th Apr '12
Quoting Balletlover2:" So, naming your baby after a fictional character = bad..?"


With a name like that...yes.

. , Richmond, VA, United States 75034 posts
6th Apr '12
Quoting Balletlover2:" So, naming your baby after a fictional character = bad..?"

Huh? Not necessarily. This name = bad imo.

user banned Due November 10; Missouri 488 posts
6th Apr '12

I'm glad I didn't ask about Gvaudoin then... o.o

Timothy Hay 2 kids; Georgia 22783 posts
6th Apr '12

I love Game of thrones as much as the next guy...but no..just no.

user banned Due November 10; Missouri 488 posts
6th Apr '12
Quoting Timothy Hay:" I love Game of thrones as much as the next guy...but no..just no."


I thought her name was Khalisee for the longest freaking time, until I looked the show up, and then I was like "oh, that's a really pretty name" and then in the season finale, she rose out of the fire and I was like "oh, it's said pretty too"

Moses. Due October 27; 3 kids; Texas 16003 posts
6th Apr '12

Honestly it looks like the generic drug name, it sounds like like a toddler is trying to say hey there he is. I don't care for it personally.

lizzryan 3 kids; Dahlgren, Virginia 1249 posts
6th Apr '12
Quoting Balletlover2:" So, naming your baby after a fictional character = bad..?"


Oh is that where it comes from? It looked made up.



Googling..



Ok, so Game of Thrones. I keep meaning to watch that.



Still am not a fan of the name though. It looks thrown together, letter-wise. I don't think it sounds very pretty either.

user banned Due November 10; Missouri 488 posts
6th Apr '12
Quoting lizzryan:" Oh is that where it comes from? It looked made up. Googling.. Ok, so Game of Thrones. I keep meaning ... [snip!] ... Still am not a fan of the name though. It looks thrown together, letter-wise. I don't think it sounds very pretty either. "


god no... I wouldn't make up my baby's name... probably just steal it from a video game or series. :P

lizzryan 3 kids; Dahlgren, Virginia 1249 posts
6th Apr '12
Quoting Balletlover2:" god no... I wouldn't make up my baby's name... probably just steal it from a video game or series. :P"


I don't think there's anything wrong with using a name from something like that really. But I think this particular name is a little too out there.



And Gvaudoin?? I can't even begin to figure out how to say that..

user banned Due November 10; Missouri 488 posts
6th Apr '12
Quoting lizzryan:" I don't think there's anything wrong with using a name from something like that really. But I think ... [snip!] ... I think this particular name is a little too out there. And Gvaudoin?? I can't even begin to figure out how to say that.. "


Exactly. XD



It's said Voh-Dwan. She is from Sims.

user banned 1 child; Texas 822 posts
6th Apr '12
Quoting Balletlover2:" Exactly. XD It's said Voh-Dwan. She is from Sims."


Why would people name their child something like that? That's horrid imo

user banned Due November 10; Missouri 488 posts
6th Apr '12
Quoting *Emalyn's Mommy*:" Why would people name their child something like that? That's horrid imo"


It was more of a joke, I wouldn't actually name my baby that.




What about the name Cody for a boy? Is that too popular?

user banned 1 child; Texas 822 posts
6th Apr '12

Cody is mildly popular here.