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Quinn Noelle: Yes/No


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#1 Zoe Grace

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Posted 29 December 2019 - 11:26 PM

I'm planning on naming my second-born Quinn Noelle! I think Quinn is a beautiful name for a girl, but I know not everyone feels that way. It's pretty much set at this point, but I'd love to hear what you don't like about it to get some perspective! I think Noelle a beautiful name and it honors someone I loved who passed. My only concern is that the n's run together.

 


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Posted 30 December 2019 - 07:29 PM

Fortunately, unlike the "A" sound - as in, "Eva Annabel" - the "N" sound at the end of a word generally indicates a stop in the English language. It's harder to say "Quinnoelle" as one word than it is to say "Evaannabel." In terms of the names running together, I think you have nothing to worry about and most people, including you, are naturally going to say "Quinn Noelle" with a pause between the Ns.

 

Quinn Noelle is a gorgeous name for a girl as is and whatever my opinion is worth, I give it a 10/10 and say go for it! If you're really worried about the sounds running together, though, Noelle Quinn would be just as lovely and could quell (see what I did there?  :P) your concerns.



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Posted 02 January 2020 - 06:08 AM

Ooh I think Quinn Noelle is so pretty! The 'n' does run slightly but it's not a dealbreaker because it doesn't really sound like a plausible word. 






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