Katerade - I really am liking the “line” names lately. Here is my take on them:
[name]Adeline[/name] - I thought this was going to be easier, but this one has already stumped me. I think I say [name]AdeLINE[/name]. Yes, [name]LINE[/name]. But I can see, how you could pronounce it [name]LYNN[/name]. No, I say [name]LINE[/name].
[name]Madeline[/name] - I go with [name]LINE[/name]. [name]MadeLINE[/name]. But its a tough one, because, it could be be [name]MadeLYNN[/name]. But, I think people who want it to be [name]MadeLYNN[/name] go ahead and spell it [name]Madelyn[/name].
[name]Emmeline[/name] - This one is easy. [name]EmmeLINE[/name]
Roseline - All of the above. I say RosaLYNN, because thats what I want it to sound like, but I like it spelt like Roseline. But, I think I missed this one completely.
[name]Eveline[/name] - [name]EvaLEEN[/name]. This is only because g.g.Grandma was [name]Evelina[/name] and they pronounced it EvaLEENa.
[name]Caroline[/name]: [name]CaroLINE[/name]. But, I know some Spanish girls who say [name]CaroLEEN[/name]. I usually go with [name]LINE[/name] though.
[name]Apolline[/name]: I am not sure. Where is the accent on this one?
[name]Evangeline[/name]: I’m with you, I say [name]LINE[/name], but only because of that song.
[name]Jacqueline[/name]: [name]LYNN[/name]. But after watching [name]Ever[/name] After, I like it better LEEN
Thank you for thoroughly confusing me. LOL. JK. PS. I love [name]Dottie[/name].