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Sevilen for a boy?

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stella1w Thu 11-Aug-11 05:04:38

It is Turkish for beloved. Looking for something unusual but not pretentious. As we live in England, the meaning won't be clear to people except me (who cares about the meaning!) It's pronounced as it's written. We have a Turkish connection.
What do people think?. Have to register Friday morning!

sockpoppet Thu 11-Aug-11 06:39:47

Lovely

HengshanRoad Thu 11-Aug-11 09:20:55

Sounds a bit like "servile". And has "vile" in it.

ZZZenAgain Thu 11-Aug-11 09:25:14

I know the name Severin which obviously means severe or perhaps stern. So if I heard Sevilin, I might think I the name was Severin but I would get used to it. Severin is also not a hugely common name in the UK, so I wouldn't expect widespread confusion with it.

How do you pronounce Sevilin -the vowels and the stress?

Renaissance227 Thu 11-Aug-11 10:00:27

I quite like it but it puts the word "saveloy" in my head! Sorry.

NattersAndMutters Thu 11-Aug-11 11:13:38

It's got "evil" in it as well hmm

rachel1970 Thu 11-Aug-11 13:05:56

Lovely name with a lovely meaning. Given your Turkish background it is much nicer to give your son a Turkish name than to name him Jack or Charlie, for example. Great choice imo.

SaffronCake Thu 11-Aug-11 13:28:52

I do love a rare name, but I'm not convinced Sevilen makes a nice sound. I am pronouncing it Seh-vill-en, am I getting it wrong?

Rhubarbgarden Thu 11-Aug-11 21:33:30

Saveloy here too.

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