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mathanxiety Sat 19-Jan-13 22:17:26

A case of a lithp to my ear too.

Anonymumous Sat 19-Jan-13 20:29:35

I thought the same as the PP - that it sounds like Alicia or Elysia with a lisp.

BoyMeetsWorld Sat 19-Jan-13 19:27:39

Lyria is nice too...

RubyrooUK Sat 19-Jan-13 18:55:49

What about Lyria? That's another old Greek name that sounds pretty but isn't so hard to pronounce/spell?

(I speak as a woman who gave her DS a name that he still can't pronounce himself at age 2. grin)

eilonwy Sat 19-Jan-13 17:35:05

oops, didn't spell that right, but you know what I mean - Ilithyia - difficult to spell, but that's because it's not an english name.....

eilonwy Sat 19-Jan-13 17:34:03

I think Ilythia is a lovely name, and if it's pronounced properly (with in I and not 'Alythia') it is a name in its own right and doesn't mistake for Alicia. Go for it.

BoyMeetsWorld Sat 19-Jan-13 16:33:44

Yes, that was my one concern...that people would think it was a made up version of Alicia. I much prefer the way Ilithyia looks and sounds though.

SueDunome Sat 19-Jan-13 16:25:06

It sounds like Alicia pronounced with a lisp.
I much prefer Alicia.

BoyMeetsWorld Sat 19-Jan-13 16:23:37

What do people think?

Admittedly the character in Spartacus is somewhat evil but she's also very beautiful. It's also not a 'made up name' but means "the readycomer" and was the goddess of childbirth and midwifery.

I just love the sound of the name. Trying to find an inspiring short list to motivate me through fears of TTC after MC

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