|Subject:||Re: Hyphenated names|
|Author:||Millie (Authenticated as ImSorryIfILoveYou96)|
|Date:||October 3, 2012 at 7:57:25 AM|
|Reply to:||Hyphenated names by Ana|
1) I used to like them a lot but they recieve bad publicity and I don't see the point when most of the time they get called by the first name anyway. I considered a lot that the second name was Rae, e.g. Kimberly-Rae, Liliana-Rae etc. Nowadays the only one I would consider is Riley-Beth - and in that case I would call her Riley-Beth all of the time.
2) I haven't met many in real life; Sally-Ann - who was just Sally to us. Sophie-Jo who I think usually goes by Sophie and Ellie-May/Mae who I think is called Ellie-May a lot of the time.
3) Kind of answered this is (1), I'd use Riley-Beth, no competition.
4) I would prefer a double name to be hyphened so it wouldn't get confused as the seperate first and middle names, I'm not a fan of name-mashed, e.g. I wouldn't like Rileybeth, that just looks wrong.
I like Ruby-Jane from your list. Personally I wouldn't use a hyphenated name on a boy at all, but that's just me.
This message was edited by the author on October 3, 2012 at 7:57:46 AM
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