…is the first name of someone who wrote a letter to the editor of the New [name]York[/name] Times Magzine. Is it another language’s version of [name]Susan[/name], or just a kreatyve respelling? [name]How[/name] would it be pronounced?

That reminds me, I saw a [name]Suzzanne[/name] on the news the other night. And a [name]Mishelle[/name] in some credits. And a four-year-old Aariyon mentioned by his mom in the newspaper (what’s she planning to name a future daughter, I wonder – Notsie?).

I came across a confusing alternative spelling of [name]Vivian[/name] (originally a masculine name), used by [name]Oscar[/name] Wilde for one of his sons - [name]Vyvyan[/name]. Doesn’t it look strange?

I’d pron. it like [name]Suzanne[/name]. I don’t like kreeaytiv spellings on ANY names especially [name]Susan[/name] and [name]Vivian[/name]. It reminds me of [name]Jon[/name] and [name]Kate[/name] + 8’s “[name]Aaden[/name]”. I’d pron. that “[name]AH[/name]-den” at first glance, or even EH-den like [name]Aaron[/name], not AY-den. It’s gross.