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The Monk Due March 6; Nerima, Japan 723 posts
6th Jun '13

You missed it. Surry.

Good Queen Bess 2 kids; Ontario 45938 posts
status 6th Jun '13
Quoting The Monk:" Yep. To each there own. I wouldn't mind giving my kids a more traditional Hispanic name. But I think in the case of this young lady that it was more the parents liked Cherokee as a name. "


I gave my daughter a very traditional Irish name, sometimes I regret it because it is complicated to pronounce and spell.



With this one, I will be using an Irish middle name instead.

The Monk Due March 6; Nerima, Japan 723 posts
6th Jun '13

You missed it. Surry.

Redneck Mamma North Carolina 8746 posts
7th Jun '13
Quoting The Monk:" I really like traditional Irish names. I admittedly don't know how to pronounce some of the ones I have ... [snip!] ... DH is Hispanic. My family is a big mixture of different heritages, but my grandfather's family can be traced to Ireland."


I would like an irish or scottish name since I am descendant from both but I didn't know this until after my kids were born so its ashlynn renee and cayden allen.

Back to Noob Status Ohio 14048 posts
7th Jun '13

Cherokee Cheyennne? No. Just no. I could deal with Cheyenne, but paired with Cherokee? SMH.