Thoughts on Saren/Seren?

Although I can’t recall where I heard it, the name Saren (SAIR-en) has really grown on me. What do you think? It sounds sort of like [name_f]Sarah[/name_f] but replacing the -ah with -en. I like how it’s feminine but simple and easy to pronounce. Any suggestions on similar names are much appreciated!

I like [name_u]Seren[/name_u] more than Saren :slight_smile:
Serin can be other variant I think
What about B addition?

[name_u]Seren[/name_u] definitely over Saren

I like [name_u]Seren[/name_u].

[name_u]Seren[/name_u] is better. It’s a real name but is pronounced differently to what you describe. It’s ‘SEH-ren’ which is a short and sharp sound at the start like in the word ‘seven’.

I know a Serrin which is pronounced SAIR-en

I read a book with a character called Saren (Book of a Thousand Days by [name_u]Shannon[/name_u] [name_m]Hale[/name_m]), and I thought it was an actual name. I love it. There’s a sense of magic to it, and an ethereal quality, but that’s probably owed to the book too. Although I prefer SA-ruhn (A like in apple). [name_u]Seren[/name_u] I like the meaning of, but the sound? Not so much. Other similar names:

[name_f]Thalia[/name_f] ([name_m]Thay[/name_m]-lee-uh)
Nimue ([name_m]Nim[/name_m]-oo-ay)
[name_f]Enna[/name_f] (another character by that author)

I like [name_u]Seren[/name_u]. It is simple enough to not have problems but it catches your eyes.