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Do Daniel and Samuel rhyme?

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dowotmakesuhappy Mon 04-Dec-17 15:40:48

Do they rhyme in your accent?

MonkeyJumping Mon 04-Dec-17 15:42:04

Yes, they're Dan-yul and Sam-yul to me.

LaContessaDiPlump Mon 04-Dec-17 15:42:50

Dan-yul and Sam-u-el. Nope grin
Sort of a southern English/Welsh/international English accent here though, so ignore me!

Kenworthington Mon 04-Dec-17 15:43:31

Similar but they don’t really rhyme as such

grendel Mon 04-Dec-17 15:44:54

They very nearly rhyme.

It's sort of Dan-yul and Sam-yu-ul

MrsJayy Mon 04-Dec-17 15:45:16

Yes i would say Danual Samual and if the names get shortened it will be here comes Danny&Sammy very rhymey

MikeUniformMike Mon 04-Dec-17 16:27:39

Danny and Sammy don't rhyme but are quite similar.

Daniel and Samuel rhyme if you are French.

I say them as Dan-yul and Sammy-wul.

ByThePowerOfRa Mon 04-Dec-17 16:30:11

They nearly do.

Battleax Mon 04-Dec-17 16:30:42

Pretty much, yes.

Trialsmum Mon 04-Dec-17 16:34:50


ImogenHeat Mon 04-Dec-17 16:37:19

Yes, Dan-yil, Sam-yil (that kind of vowel at the end that could pass as an I/E/U/whatever as it's not really pronounced if that makes any kind of sense).

HeadsDownThumbsUpEveryone Mon 04-Dec-17 16:38:44

They sounds vey rhymey to me too and Dan and Sam said it quick succession is just tying my tongue up. grin

YouCantArgueWithStupid Mon 04-Dec-17 16:39:03

They don't rhyme but they have assonance

Amber0685 Mon 04-Dec-17 16:39:06

No southern with a bit of Australian accent

Ontopofthesunset Mon 04-Dec-17 16:50:16

Not to me. They're Dan-yul and Sam-yu-ul (or Sam-yool). Samuel has another very short syllable but mainly Daniel has a short vowel and Samuel a long one.

Ohyesiam Mon 04-Dec-17 17:00:09


BackforGood Mon 04-Dec-17 17:08:30

A pedant wouldn't say rhyme, I guess, but yes, they sound similar enough that we all know what you mean.

ThroughThickAndThin01 Mon 04-Dec-17 17:08:57

Almost. Too close for brothers.

ferrier Mon 04-Dec-17 17:20:16

@ImogenHeat It's called schwa.

Sophronia Mon 04-Dec-17 17:22:21

Dan-yul and Sam-yul for me.

ineedamoreadultieradult Mon 04-Dec-17 17:29:01

I would say Dan-yul and Sam-you-ul
So no I don't think they would rhyme. Very similar though and I don't think they would work as brothers.

Lillylollylandy Mon 04-Dec-17 17:35:15


No they don’t rhyme.

beardymcbeardy Mon 04-Dec-17 17:36:48

yh pretty much in a scottish accent. dan-yil and sam-yil.

Sugarpiehoneyeye Mon 04-Dec-17 18:04:18

They don't rhyme, but they're very similar, however, Danny and Sam are cool names. 😄

Atticusss Mon 04-Dec-17 18:05:34

Yes. I worked on a setting where there were two brothers with those names. Alwaus Daniel and Samuel not Danny and Sam. It drove me INSANE. I couldn't figure out why the parents had done it. They were very close in age and looked nearly identical too.

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