|Author:||Just Jonquil (Authenticated as Just Jonquil)|
|Date:||October 6, 2012 at 12:34:19 AM|
|Reply to:||Clare by Lily|
I see both Clare and Claire as a buff/fawn colour because that's the colour of C for me.
I like Clare for its traditional English vibe but think Claire looks prettier. So Claire wins by a whisker, especially were I to use a French mn such as Isabelle or Mireille or Marguerite.
But I see the merit in Clare, especially teamed with with a traditional English name like Eleanor or Isabel or Margaret.
re Clara - a variety of tulip bulb is called "Dame Clara Butt" (after a British singer) pronounced clair-uh by mum, so that's how I say Clara. I quite like that pronunciation, but there seem to be so many competing pronunciations that I'm too confused to use Clara.
This message was edited by the author on October 6, 2012 at 12:36:06 AM
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