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IHaveAFeatureWallAndILikeIt Tue 23-Aug-11 18:14:46

DH is irish (irish surname) but we live in england. We want an irish name but one that I can pronounce and spell.

What do you think?

everlong Tue 23-Aug-11 18:36:36

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jkklpu Tue 23-Aug-11 19:24:56

I prefer Eamonn

PercyFilth Tue 23-Aug-11 19:54:21

I think of a spectacular car chase through Paris ... smile

... OK that was Ronin, but still.

InstantAtom Tue 23-Aug-11 19:58:44

It's quite nice, and easy to spell/pronounce.

IHaveAFeatureWallAndILikeIt Tue 23-Aug-11 20:14:44

I do like Eammon, but I think of Eammon Holmes. I don't think Ronan Keating is a bad association, he's pretty good looking!, and baby won't be interested in "old" music like that and will go "Ronan who?". The only other Ronan I can find is a rugby player, so again not bad!

GwennieF Tue 23-Aug-11 20:16:05

I think it's a lovely name but I'm Irish.....

CarrieOakey Tue 23-Aug-11 20:17:23

Love it and the only Ronan I know is one of 4 lovely lovely brothers.

AlfalfaMum Tue 23-Aug-11 20:17:49

yay from me - one of my oldest, bestest friends is Ronan. One of mine might have been Ronan if they weren't all girls grin

SiamoFottuti Tue 23-Aug-11 20:19:10

I don't think of Keating, but then I am in Ireland and know about 20 Ronans, including several in family.

wigglesrock Tue 23-Aug-11 20:31:16

I love Ronan, dd1 goes to school with one, they're 6 and its really lovely every time she says it.

Ponyclubmum Tue 23-Aug-11 20:34:08

I didn't like the name (prob because of Ronan Keating) until I watched Stargate Atlantis and got a bit of a crush on the character called Ronan (he plays Conan in the new film btw). I like the name Ronan now...

tammytoby Tue 23-Aug-11 21:56:14

I think Ronan is a lovely name. Not overused either.

meredithgrey Tue 23-Aug-11 22:41:01

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emeraldislander Wed 24-Aug-11 01:00:17

Ronan O'Gara. Ah those legs.

BirdOfPassage Wed 24-Aug-11 01:34:25

Perfect in every way.

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