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What do you guys think of the name Mikaeja for a girl?? the J is silent.
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replied June 6th, 2007
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so it'd be like 'ma-kay-uh"

it's different, i actually like it! it's different but not "too" different Laughing
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replied June 6th, 2007
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HcoBrunette06 wrote:
so it'd be like 'ma-kay-uh"


if that's how it's pronounced, i do like it.

unfortunately she'd be correcting people on how to pronounce it and how to spell it her whole life.

babyandy, your avatar pic creeps me out!
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replied June 6th, 2007
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haha thanks guys. I told my dh we shoudl spell it differently, like Mikaya, to make it easier...and he didnt seem to care that she would have a hard time...arghh. He obviously doesnt know what its like to have a difficult name and have to correct people all the time.
I definately think its sounds pretty and unique...
hehe thepic caught my attn too...hehe
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replied June 6th, 2007
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I think you should spell it a different way, but I really love the name. Spelling can make all the difference. My name is .Tiesha (pronounced T sha), but it has really been butchered over the years. I have been called everything from .Tisha to .Ty eesha. It really drives me crazy. If my parents would have just put the e before the i, maybe it wouldn't be quite so bad......
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replied June 6th, 2007
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Thank you, i will show this post to my dh...our baby will be half filipino...so having names with silent j's is very common for him...but not for his other half.
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replied June 6th, 2007
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my names not even hard and people still mess it up! i wear a name tag at work with my spelling "terra" on it, on my checks and on the schedules it says "tera" which looks really weird to me, and everyone says that its spelled so weird.. i think it looks correct this way lol
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replied June 6th, 2007
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haha...oh my!
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replied June 6th, 2007
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I like the name, not the spelling.
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