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Which name do you prefer? Topic: How to write a letter in english uk
May 26, 2019 / By Ericka
Question: Looking for boys names. Middle name is William. We want a name that is easy to spell, write and read (remember we are English NOT American). Nothing overly popular but not made up. Religious names arent particularly popular as my family are Pagan, although they can be considered. Nature based names prefered. An example of two we like: Arwyn William or Abney William. Arwyn can also be spelt Arwen, which do you prefer? Suggest other names too? Arwyn is quite well known in England. It is actually a Welsh name, which is why it is spelt with a Y, it isnt replacing a letter as its the original spelling of the Welsh name. I don't know how to post in the UK section as I am new to the site, if anyone can tell me I would be greatful.
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Clair Clair | 10 days ago
Why don't you post in the UK answers section then, you're much more likely to get answers from UK based people. If you post in the US section, you're much more likely to get answers from those in the US! I like Arwen I just find the "y" to be a bit odd, I suppose its because there's this obsession, particularly on this sit to just change any random letter to a "y" to make the name either "look unique" or "look more girly" Neither of which is true. I also dislike the dangly bit in the middle of the name. Arwen looks nicer written. But either its a lovely name. I would still pick this out of the two. I dislike Abney, to me it doesn't sound like a first name, it sounds like someone mispronouncing Abbey. Arden, Ainsley, Aaron, Aiden, Alfred/Alfie following the A trend Peregrine, Heath, Reid, Asher, Rowan following the nature route, Orion also spring to mind, the greek god/ess route, there's also Arthur! Edit: I was thinking the "wyn" part does look rather Welsh, if its a legitimate spelling, then don't let me stand in your way. Just giving my opinion! I still like - looks wise - Arwen, and that's no doubt just as well know in England? I went on the UK yahoo site, (rather than the US one, it has UK, and UK news/headlines etc on) and then clicked on the 'answers' link (left hand column) and then signed in/made an account. Alternatively I think the web address is "uk.answers.yahoo.com" You get the option on the UK one to just see UK and Ireland questions, which means that if other UK/Ireland based people have that, you're question being in the US section won't get seen by them!
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Clair Originally Answered: Which would you prefer?
I would prefer wife or partner. I think significant other doesn't give enough credence to people who have made a committment to spend the rest of their lives together. I'm so sorry about the loss of your friend and you're in my thoughts, pardon me while I step on my soapbox for a moment, but to hell with anyone that the term "spouse" didn't sit well with. The people closest to her and in her heart will love her and accept her and her SPOUSE and should honor and respect her chosen one in life and after. Again, my thoughts are with you Critty XOXOXO

Baily Baily
I prefer the spelling Arwen. Brennan William Chandler William Eamon William Gareth William Jeremy William Davin William Lachlan William
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Adamina Adamina
Arwyn isn't bad. Some nature names for boys: Ash Reed River Sage Stone Jay Orion (I like this one) Phoenix Skyler (like sky) Kai (it means sea) Hunter (I like this one too) Hudson (like the river) Flint Rain Tiger Brook Oliver (means olive tree) Aspen I think Orion, Skyler, Hunter, Hudson and Oliver are pretty good names. Good luck!
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Tahath Tahath
Jordan , Alex, Christian, Jesus, Tyler, Nate, Justin, Jorge, Junior, Matthew, Matt, Zachery, Zach, Quentin or Quenton, Robert, Julio, Josh.
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Perce Perce
other suggestions: Arthur William Aiden William Abner William Ashley William (Ashley is a unisex name) Albert William
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Lovell Lovell
i like Jordan , Alex, Christian, Jesus,Nate, Justin, Jorge, Junior, Matthew, Matt,Zach, Robert, Julio.
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Lovell Originally Answered: Which one of these two jobs would you prefer?
i'm pretty sure i saw this question before.. and i remember i answered Job #2 back then. so i'll answer again, now with some more explanation. Job #2: - knowledge - simple, you'll learn recipes, and how to interact with people. these shouldn't be taken for granted, one day you might want to start your own bar and you'll find out that the things you'll learn there would be enough to help you, especially when it comes to creating your own version of drinks and costing, that's something that culinary schools won't extensively teach you. - salary - let's say you earn $16, 4 dollars less than Job #1, but lets not forget, you're working on a bar, where people tend to give tips (at least they do here), so in actual case you might be earning more than $20, and when you actually have loyal customers, they might give you more. - experience - much like knowledge, let's just say that you'll have more fun working in a bar where you get to interact with others. also you might not only learn about cocktails, you might learn more about operations in general. talk to your co-workers, even if you work as a bartender, it doesn't mean that you have to limit yourself on your duties. makes me wonder why you asked this again, unless you're trolling, which is common here in P&S, however your question doesn't seem like you're trolling. so it might mean that you aren't satisfied with the answer, or that you don't want to take whatever job has the most votes on that last question. if that's the case then i advise you to just choose for yourself, that or go to other sections which could give you more insights.

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