Do you like hyphenated names or would you (or have you) use any? - Some of them are okay What hyphenated names have you heard of or met in real life? - Mostly French ones. Jean-Baptiste, Jean-Paul, Jean-Claude, lots of Jeans and Maries and Annes. I also knew a Sally-Anne and a Katie-Lou. The British name charts are full of (imo) yuckily cutesy ones like Laycee-Mae. If you had to use a hyphenated name, what would it be? - I really wouldn't, as I have a double last name and it would look very silly Do you prefer double names to be separated by a space or a hyphen, or to be combined in one word (eg Mary Anne, Mary-Anne or Maryanne)? - Depends on the name, but usually spaced or well-blended - Marianne, Mariella etc.
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