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January 1, 2015 08:41 AM
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Abroad would probably mean a large city in Europe or the U.S. You really think it wouldn't be a problem? Ihope so, 'cause changing my name (even if it's just a small alteration) is a procedure that can't be very nice. You know, with everyone trying to get used to the new name...

I don't know if "My-ah" would be too bad, since I know the English pronounciation for "Myrto" can be "MY-rto". At least that's what the Translator says. :P 

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January 1, 2015 08:35 AM
In Response to Not liking my name?

Hi, thanks for taking the time to reply! Well, yes "Myrto" is a name that derives from the Greek "Myrtia" (in English "Myrtle") which is a tree.
It is true, most people from other countries mis-pronounce it as "MER-toe". Actually only some French people got it right on the first try!
I have tried to find an alternative version of my name but nothing seems any better than the original.

Now, when it comes to Myri and Miri, they do sound a bit juvenile to me, too.
"Mira sounds ok, but it means "fate" in Greek and it might be a bit weird...
Thanks for the help, I'm sure I'll find something! 

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January 1, 2015 08:32 AM
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Hi Laura, thanks for taking the time to reply! Well, yes "Myrto" is a name that derives from the Greek "Myrtia" (in English "Myrtle") which is a tree.
It is true, most people from other countries mis-pronounce it as "MER-toe". Actually only some French people got it right on the first try!
I have tried to find an alternative version of my name but nothing seems any better than the original.

Now, when it comes to Myri and Miri, they do sound a bit juvenile to me, too.

Thanks for the help, I'm sure I'll find something!