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

You missed it. Surry.

speaktruth2powr 2 kids; Ontario 44959 posts
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 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.