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Conor or Cillian

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TakingTheStairs Wed 26-Jun-13 09:56:57

I am Irish and quite keen that my child will have an Irish name. My own (Irish) name does not sound like it is spelled and a lot of people in the UK struggle with it, so I want to give our DS an Irish name that most people can manage.
The middle name will be Patrick. It was both of my grandfather's first names, it is my DF's middle name and my DB's middle name, so DH and I are quite keen for that tradition to continue.

I'm not a fan of Killian with a K, and prefer Cillian (which is pronounced the exact same way).

Can I have your opinions please?

BuntyPenfold Fri 28-Jun-13 16:49:14

I read Sillian too, sorry.
I thought it was a combination of Cilla and Gillian.

Conor is a great name imo.

RaRaZ Fri 28-Jun-13 17:15:28

Lol Bunty , that made me laugh!

Alisvolatpropiis Fri 28-Jun-13 17:17:58

Cillian just because it's a bit more unusual outside of Ireland.

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