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Rosanna - too much of a mouthful?

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SaveSomeSpendSome Mon 04-Jul-16 22:49:24

I really like this name but im not sure if it sounds too much like a mouthful when shouting it?

villainousbroodmare Mon 04-Jul-16 22:52:45

Not at all. Lovely name. Elegant and feminine. Plenty of shortenings too. Go for it.

NannyR Mon 04-Jul-16 22:54:18

I love this name and think it flows really nicely, not a mouthful at all. I like rosalind too.

ErrolTheDragon Mon 04-Jul-16 22:54:27

It's a lovely name and you could use Rosie as a 'calling name' if need be.

SaveSomeSpendSome Mon 04-Jul-16 23:01:45

I really like it and i like all the shortenings you could use like Rose, Rosie, Anna etc

How would you pronounce it as there seems to be two ways to pronounce it. Ro-Sanna or Rose-anna?

villainousbroodmare Mon 04-Jul-16 23:05:18

I can't really hear a difference. confused

Liz09 Mon 04-Jul-16 23:11:34

I quite like it, actually. smile I like all of the nicknames (particularly Rosie!)

Rose-Anna is how I would pronounce it.

chocoLit Mon 04-Jul-16 23:12:02

I prefer Rosalyn but both lovely smile

SaveSomeSpendSome Mon 04-Jul-16 23:14:54

I do like Rosalyn too but dh doesnt like the name lyn

septembersunshine Tue 05-Jul-16 06:11:07

I know an adult Rosanna. I think it's beautiful. She gets called Rosie a lot. Go for it!

EElisavetaOfBelsornia Tue 05-Jul-16 06:15:47

Lovely name.

SanityClause Tue 05-Jul-16 06:18:54

It's lovely.

CPtart Tue 05-Jul-16 07:03:26

Like it, but a bit frilly. Prefer Roseanne.

dazzlingdeborahrose Tue 05-Jul-16 07:07:37

Roseanna was my nana's name. She died last week :-(. She was shortened to Rose or Rosie oftentimes. It's a beautiful and elegant name.

BendydickCuminsnatch Tue 05-Jul-16 07:09:33

I know a Rosemara if you're looking at other options!

Rather than Ro-Sanna, I would wonder whether it's Rose-Anna or Roz-Anna.

Gooseysgirl Tue 05-Jul-16 07:13:50

Lovely name smile

WillH Tue 05-Jul-16 17:59:37

I prefer the 'Roseanna' spelling, but it's a lovely name!

Sophronia Tue 05-Jul-16 18:11:41

Rosanna is lovely

crje Tue 05-Jul-16 18:19:11

I would pronounce that spelling Rozanna. I think it needs the e to make it softer.

It's a lovely name.

DramaAlpaca Tue 05-Jul-16 21:10:42

Rosanna is a gorgeous name.

MeLittleDuckie Tue 05-Jul-16 21:19:50

I like it. I also love Rosa.

MrsGsnow18 Tue 05-Jul-16 23:16:46

I like the sound of Rosanna, like both spellings but love Rosa as a NN so prefer OPs spelling.

apatheticfallacy Tue 05-Jul-16 23:21:56

I love it, I also know an adult Rosanna (Ro-sanna) who is just so kind and quietly funny!

brackengirl Wed 06-Jul-16 13:43:44

My Rosanna is 5 and I love her name, definitely isn't too much of a mouthful. We pronounce it Ro-sanna but the syllables have equal weight and run together. She is also frequently called Rosie which she likes. Her middle name is Eve- I think they flow well together.

We have met one other little Rosanna who had the nickname Ro-ro, apart from that I've only come across it in books so still very uncommon even though it is made up of two very common elements.

SaveSomeSpendSome Wed 06-Jul-16 14:44:36

I was thinking of Rosanna Holly and then our surname.

I do love the name Eve. I think its great as a first name too

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