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Emile or Thibault???

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AbbieJ Tue 14-Feb-17 01:15:07

Hi. Do you prefer Emile or Thibault? I prefer Thibault (I like Bo as a nickname). My husband prefers Emile. However, we both love both. Thank you.

reuset Tue 14-Feb-17 01:21:44

Are you French by any chance? grin Both fairly popular names

I prefer Emile

Sugarpiehoneyeye Tue 14-Feb-17 08:50:24

Not a lover of Emile, I prefer Thibault, sounds more masculine.

crapfatbanana Tue 14-Feb-17 10:25:53

Thibault I think.

Or just Beau?

RoughBeast Tue 14-Feb-17 10:30:42

Thibault.

twiglet2 Tue 14-Feb-17 14:43:49

Love Thibault - my husband is mad about the tour de France and there is a cyclist called Thibault Pinot and he always says what a great name it is smile

Sophronia Tue 14-Feb-17 17:04:24

Thibault

reuset Tue 14-Feb-17 18:52:55

Thibault is probably more current choice for a youngster, if that helps grin But I expect you know that.

reuset Tue 14-Feb-17 18:53:23

Than Emile, I meant to say!

bottlegreen Tue 14-Feb-17 19:15:03

Thibault smile

RedSauce Tue 14-Feb-17 19:16:56

I prefer Emile.

sonlypuppyfat Tue 14-Feb-17 19:51:46

Never heard of Thibault not even sure how to pronounce it

Kennington Tue 14-Feb-17 19:53:25

T-bo confuses more people I would think
So Emile is cute and got good associations

n0ne Tue 14-Feb-17 20:09:19

I like Emile

SuperBeagle Tue 14-Feb-17 20:13:41

Looking at Thibault, I want to pronounce it Thigh-bolt, even though I know it's not pronounced like that. I'd avoid that one unless you live in France.

Emile is fine. I prefer the spelling Emil.

AbbieJ Tue 14-Feb-17 20:16:47

Super Emile is the French version.

Thanks all

Saucery Tue 14-Feb-17 20:19:28

Thibault

dementedma Tue 14-Feb-17 20:22:05

Thibaut is a great name.

PlasticBertrand Tue 14-Feb-17 21:02:56

Emile is retro chic. Thibault is ok but a bit eighties.

Ordinarily Tue 14-Feb-17 21:52:10

Emile.

clumsyduck Tue 14-Feb-17 21:58:21

I read it as thigh bolt
But it's pronounced t-bo apparently
Never heard of it . ( I'm northern and poor wink )

T bo sounds like t bone no?

Stickerrocks Tue 14-Feb-17 22:04:52

Please think about whether names like these will suit teenage boys with spots, games consoles and a class full kids with more conventional names. Cute babies grow up & often want to blend in. They are both so drippy.

Saucery Tue 14-Feb-17 22:05:11

I'm Northern, Poor but did Shakespeare at school.

clumsyduck Tue 14-Feb-17 22:07:24

Aye
But that's Tybalt

reuset Tue 14-Feb-17 22:08:40

Think OP might be French, sticker. It's perfectly normal name there. Emile is considered kind of old man chic, perhaps. Thibault was very popular 80s and 90s, and though not as popular still fairly popular now.

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