Do you fancy the name Mighleigh or Maighceigh more for a girl?
- JonLv 71 week ago
Both are silly. 'Maighceigh' pronounced by a genuine Gaelic speaker will sound more like Mercede than Macey, and 'Mighleigh' iwll cause confusion when the L gets mistaken for a T and people think it is a contrived pseudo-Gaelic spelling of 'mighty'.
- Anonymous4 weeks ago
i like the name horse raddish
- John PLv 74 weeks ago
They must both be Irish names. The poor lass will find that she has to spell out her name (whichever you choose) every time she has to give her name at school, at university, when she changes job, when she joins a club, etc, etc. I do hope you have a really good reason for wanting to burden her with either of those names spelled in those ways.
Remember that a name is for life, not just because you think it is cute.
- Mrs GreenbergLv 64 weeks ago
I think if you have to explain how to pronounce them it's not worth it, poor kid will get fed up with people asking about their name.
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- AmarettaLv 74 weeks ago
Or maybe Trolleigh.
- 4 weeks ago
If you have to explain pronunciation, perhaps you should look for another name or maybe the correct spelling.
- LitaLv 64 weeks ago
Neither. They both look misspelt and overly trendy to the point of trying too hard to me.
- lenpol7Lv 74 weeks ago
Oh!!!! Please spell the name(s) correctly. !!!!
- pit bulls biteLv 74 weeks ago
- JoseLv 44 weeks ago
Regardless of the spelling, IMO, both names are low-class, lady-of-the-evening types.