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I like it.Simple, succinct, oppions for mn, Welsh but not unpronouciable.Actually I really like it. (pitty I'm not welsh really)
It appeals because although it's failry unusual, it's not totally unheard of, which is very like DD's name when we chose it-Isla (although more popular now, i think)
Turner. Absolutely not.
Lowri Turner doesn't enter my conciousness in any way shape or form. She certainly wont be relevant by the time this one starts school, so doesn't bother me at all.
It's nice, and quite unusual.People will say "Turner" but if that doesn't bother you then go for it
Lovely as long as you pronounce it Low-ri (as in low down) not Law-ri (as in loud).
I like it. No idea who Turner was (only know Tina Turner )
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