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Pronounced seh-REN.
-- Rosethorn08  4/27/2006
I know a Seren, pronounced SAIR-in. Rhymes with Karen.
-- Mommy2B  6/26/2006
Every Karen I know pronounces it "Key-rin."

Anyway, this is a lovely name. I'll think of it once I've got a little pink bundle of joy without a name.
-- Anonymous User  4/24/2007
This is actually a pretty name and I like the meaning of it too. I would also pronounce it SAIR-in. Rhymes with Karen.
-- Anonymous User  10/1/2006
I think this is a beautiful name. I like it better than Sarah, and I like that this isn't popular, but is easy to pronounce.
-- dreadfulxsorry  1/24/2007
Urgh, if it rhymes with Karen then this would be "SA-ren". The people of Wales say "ser-in" or depending on where they live in Wales. Say Karen right people! It's KA-ren not Kair-ren. *shudder*
-- Anonymous User  2/19/2007
I would pronounce this SEH-rinn. Beautiful, beautiful name. So much better than Serena, which to me sounds overly glamour-girl. I think this name (Seren) brings to mind a water fairy of some sort.

And for the record, every Karen I have EVER known in my ENTIRE LIFE has pronounced her name KAIR-in.
-- Anonymous User  5/20/2007
Can I just say, pronouncing it Se-rinn would make it Serin? The whole reason it's spelt Seren is so you pronounce it Se-rehn. I'm from Wales, my best friend is called Seren, I SHOULD KNOW.
-- DontDissMadison  5/29/2007
The proper Welsh pronunciation is 'SEH - REN' like 'sai' in 'said' and 'ren' in 'rendition'
-- Anonymous User  9/11/2007
There's a page-3 girl called Seren Gibson. I had never heard the name in real life till I was confronted with her in the staff room in my lunch hour. Pretty name!
-- Elly747  1/11/2008
A beautiful name with a lovely meaning.
By the way: the pronunciation of "Karen" depends on whether you're in the UK or the US.
-- Anonymous User  3/16/2008
A friend of mine wants to use the name Saren, which would be a combination of Sarah and Seren, so the meaning would be "star princess". I like it, it's very original.
-- renee06  4/15/2008
I think this is just a wonderful name. It's not too overused and has a beautiful but not obvious to the point of tacky meaning. I know someone by this name, which she says is not from star but from "Seren"dipity.
-- Anonymous User  3/28/2010

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