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Dafydd vs. Yes vs. No

My husband and I love the name Dafydd for our son, after his father. It's Welsh and pronounced dah-vith. We live in Carmarthenshire, Wales so people here shouldn't struggle but my husband is concerned that, because of his job, we may end up moving outside of Wales and Dafydd will be a tough name to have. Personally, I think that Dafydd doesn't have difficult sounds and if people can learn to spell Phoebe/Siobhán ect they can learn to spell Dafydd. The name does also have short forms like Dai/Deian or even Dav/Dave if he wants to use something different. What do you think?
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