Seiya [name_m]Sargent[/name_m]- I’m a big fan of Seiya, which I’ve come across before— I think it has a nice, soft sound and it cool and unique while still being familiar. [name_m]Sargent[/name_m] I like less, and I’m not sure about the flow because both are two-syllable names with the stress on the first syllable.
Ryota [name_m]Dickson[/name_m]- the pronunciation I found was YOH-tah. I’m afraid I’m not very fond of it. The look is very cool, but the sound just isn’t very appealing. [name_m]Dickson[/name_m] is fine— in the middle spot I think it sounds a bit like a surname, but that’s not really a problem. The combo is really cool! I’m just not the biggest fan of Ryota.
[name_u]Akari[/name_u] [name_f]Ravenna[/name_f]- assuming the pronunciation of this is ah-KAR-ee, with a slight ‘dr’ sound (which is the pronunciation I found) I enjoy this one. [name_f]Ravenna[/name_f] is cool and interesting! [name_u]Akari[/name_u] is both bold and sweet. I like it!
[name_f]Caetana[/name_f]- not sure about this one. I found both kai-TAHN-ah and SEE-tahn-ah for pronunciations. The former is… fine, but the latter is amazing. [name_f]Caetana[/name_f] (SEE-tahn-ah) is so, so cool and bright-sounding, and I dig it!
Guiomar- I found the pronunciation gee-oh-MAR with a slight ‘dr’ sound on the last ‘r.’ I actually really enjoy that! It gives me a very [name_u]Indiana[/name_u]-[name_m]Jones[/name_m] type vibe, which I quite like.
Ruelma- the pronunciation I found is roo-EL-mah. I’m sorry, I don’t really like it. It just seems a little heavy for me.
[name_m]Duarte[/name_m]- I found the pronunciation doo-AR-tay, with a ‘dr’ sound. I like it, but I don’t love it. It’s cool, and it’s nice, but it just doesn’t have the majesty of [name_f]Caetana[/name_f].
Claude Abene- once again, a stunning [name_u]Claude[/name_u] combo from [name_f]Christine[/name_f], what’s new? I’ve really warmed to the idea of [name_u]Claude[/name_u] as a female name, and Abene complements it just perfectly. When I say it aloud, and combo is playful and fun, with seashore and hot food vibes. All in all, I like it!
Auxence- I’ve actually had this one on my list for a while now! It’s very cool and sharp-sounding. No other notes— I love it!
Álvaro- I found the pronounciation AHL-vah-ro, and I quite enjoy this. It has a cool, saturated sound that I really like. A
Jorik- I’m a big sucker for the j sound pronounced ‘y’— for some reason, I always seem to gravitate toward those names! Jorik has an amazingly interesting sound and I really enjoy it!
[name_m]Sulien[/name_m]- wow, I’m really digging this! The sound of it is more than cool, and I can imagine it being said in… oh, I don’t know, a superhero movie? I love it!
[name_f]Veerle[/name_f]- this is very interesting! I like it a lot. I think I’m saying it wrong, but I know how it’s supposed to be said and I just can’t do it? I’m really enjoying it!
[name_f]Rivka[/name_f]- I’m saying REEV-kah. This has to be my favorite. It has such an awesome sound and I really adore it. I think I might even put this on my list!
[name_f]Sanne[/name_f]- another very interesting one! I like it, but it doesn’t make me jump up like [name_f]Rivka[/name_f] or [name_m]Sulien[/name_m]. It’s really nice, though!
Zussya- I couldn’t actually find any pronunciation on this, could you tell me how it’s said?