Cast Your Vote:
- Rhyann looks like it's said Ryan. -- Votes: 9
- Rhyann looks like Ree-Ann. -- Votes: 14
How does Rhyann sound? I would expected it would be pronounced like Ryan. I am not into classic names personally. My husband is on the fence about it.
All I need to know, and again, I'm sorry to bug with so many name polls/questions, would you pronounce Rhyann as Ryan, or would you initially see the name and say Ree-Ann or say it some other way?
I would say it as ihaveavaginabutmyparentsnamedmeapenisnamespelledwrong :)
aren't you from cafe mom ?
It looks like Ryan or Rye-anne to me, but I keep WANTING to pronounce it like Ree-anne because to me that sounds more girly. I don't like Ryan on a girl no matter how it's spelled :?
Ryan sounds like you took a boys name and and ripped it's balls off.
Rye - ann
If you're dead set on the name Ryan, why not just spell it like it is?
why are you even answering her question ?? lmao
go look at her previous thread :lol:
<blockquote><b>Quoting Alyssa's Mama *:</b>" why are you even answering her question ?? lmao go look at her previous thread :lol:"</blockquote>
That's why I came up with what I said
Quoting Alyssa's Mama *:" why are you even answering her question ?? lmao go look at her previous thread :lol:"
f**king shit balls, dude.
Minds can change. Names are forever.
It looks like it's pronounced "Ry-Anne" (which, incidentally, I knew a girl named Ryanne back in the day).
I dunno, I'd be more inclined to suggest that you name her something like Rhiannon and call her Rhian (Ryan) as a nickname. This way she has a strong feminine name, but can have a nickname as well and will be able to choose what she wants to be called when she's older. But that's just me. My daughter's name is Emilia, but she can choose to be called Emmi, Milly, Lia, etc when she's older. I'm a big fan of choices lol.