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Subject: Re: French form of Daphne?
Author: Anneza   (Authenticated as Anneza)
Date: October 17, 2006 at 10:43:58 PM
Reply to: French form of Daphne? by Lisa007
Danae, sometimes with a couple of dots on the e to make it clear that it's a separate syllable ... it's pronounced DA-na-ee, so if your cousin uses it I really, really hope she doesn't go for DAN-yay! As for Daphne, it is used in French as it is in English as far as I know ... just taken directly from the ancient Greek.

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