|Subject:||curious about "ae" names|
|Author:||Tempestgirl (Authenticated as Tempestgirl)|
|Date:||April 26, 2006 at 3:48:40 PM|
I was wondering if there are any names that you know of that use the combination "ae" vowel. I'm not sure if it has a proper name or not. I'm in NE USA and have never seen it used besides in "Aesop's fables" and in "Caesar"(Julius, etc.) off the top of my head. I think it's a lovely letter(?) but would hesitate to use it in a name or writing for fear of looking silly. Curious to know if it's still used commonly in other areas.
Just thinking: How do you(should you)pn "ae"? I pn Aesop "Ay-sop" while Caesar is "See-zer", but both are correct. Comments?
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