Thoughts on Celia "Say-lee-uh"
What are your thoughts on the name Celia with the spanish prounciation "Say-lee-uh" (like "CeliaCruz")? I realize that many people in the U.S. might try to read it "Seel-yuh" which I dislike but I think it could be a simple correction and people would get it. We live in the U.S.
We have a spanish surname so it works with our heritage. The other name we are considering is Natalie which is more common but still pretty. (We decided against the spanish form "Natalia" because it seems half of Americans pronounce it "Na-TAL-yuh" which I very much dislike as opposed to the spanish "Na-TAL-ee-uh" and it seems many Americans can't hear the difference. So we are trying to decide between Natalie and Celia. Which do you prefer and why?
Sun, 06/24/2018 - 7:51pm