I’ve always loved Aurelie and used that as my name in French class in high school… yeah, got a lot of jokes about “orally.” I love it. It ended up being the only name my husband and Original Un Jour Sans Elodie C’est Un Jour De Merde Shirt I could agree on. My daughter is now 18 months old and I have never had this happen. Maybe it will happen at some point but so far so good. I’ve definitely considered that, but we don’t like Melody or Mel as much even though it’s similar. In the UK, Elodie isn’t that common (I only ever met one), so it’s risky. I suppose if it really does become an issue she can choose to go by a nickname.
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I don’t think it’ll be major enough to change our mind, and Original Un Jour Sans Elodie C’est Un Jour De Merde Shirt the spelling is pretty phonetic so I won’t worry about that side of it! Thanks for the heads up. This definitely happens to some E names specifically if you’re introducing yourself to people saying “I’m Elodie,” because the M in “I’m” carries over. My name is Elena and I’ve had people say “Milena?” because I make the mistake of saying “Hi, I’m Elena!” instead of “My name is Elena.” Regardless, I love my name and it’s not a big issue! Honestly, I don’t think that will ever happen. M is a longer consonant that gets drawn out and into the next letter unless the hard.
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