Hear me out… [name_m]Loewy[/name_m].

How far out there is it and could you ever picture a child and/or adult with the name?

Does it just scream, “My parents don’t know how to spell.”?

It almost reminds me of [name_m]Louis[/name_m] a bit, but then I think it’s too out there.

How are you pronouncing this?
It seems very nickname-y to me, so I probably wouldn’t use it as a full name. I can imagine it on a young child but only as a nickname.

Low-ee. Which makes me worry it would lead to jokes about being low or depressed or something. :woozy_face:

I want to pronounce it in German… like “lö-vee” (ö is hard to approximate in English). And it seems that it’s Swiss/German in origin so that’s probably the intended pronunciation.

Low-ee kind of seems… like a name a toddler would call their stuffed animal, to be honest.

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It’s honestly kind of neat. Has a sort or surname appeal and the spelling feels authentic to me not invented or anything. Seems like [name_f]Chloe[/name_f] has a similar sound on the girl side.

I prefer the [name_m]German[/name_m] pronunciation, but I don’t mind Low-ee. I think I’d prefer it as a nickname but it could grow on me and I like the sound

[name_f]My[/name_f] first thought was it looks like a Welsh Name. I instantly pronounced it like [name_u]Louie[/name_u]. But then thought maybe it’s Low-ee. It’s not the worst name I’ve ever seen at all it’s kinda charming but I can guarantee people will stumble over the pronunciation of it. But I kinda like it tbh.

I like the sound but the spelling looks off to me. Maybe it could grow on me