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How would you pronounce Mimi?

(39 Posts)
Littledawley Mon 08-Jun-09 19:09:51

Just a straw poll really - would you say Mim-e or Me-Me?

differentID Mon 08-Jun-09 19:10:31

me-me

lockets Mon 08-Jun-09 19:11:17

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giraffesCantRunA10k Mon 08-Jun-09 19:11:56

meme

rasputin Mon 08-Jun-09 19:12:49

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LilianGish Mon 08-Jun-09 19:14:57

I would say me-me, but if you don't like the alternative pronunciation and if it will annoy you if people mispronounce it I would think of a different name.

TheCrackFox Mon 08-Jun-09 19:18:08

Mim-e

thisisyesterday Mon 08-Jun-09 19:18:21

me-me

KingRolo Mon 08-Jun-09 19:19:00

Me me

Littledawley Mon 08-Jun-09 19:30:08

Interesting that the majority say me-me. I wanted to shorten DD's name to Mimi and pronounce it that way but at a mother and baby group one woman sniggered when I said it and said <<<imagine poncey voice>>> "I assume you mean Mimi". It's made me really self conscious now sad

callalilies Mon 08-Jun-09 19:34:27

me-me

Wouldn't occur to me that it could be any other way tbh

Tambajam Mon 08-Jun-09 19:35:22

me-me for sure

Lubyloo Mon 08-Jun-09 19:39:39

Mim-e

mynaughtylittlesister Mon 08-Jun-09 19:40:23

me me

PavlovtheCat Mon 08-Jun-09 19:42:10

me-me

Greensleeves Mon 08-Jun-09 19:42:46

me-me

and I think it's sweet

Breizhette Mon 08-Jun-09 19:49:22

me-me

hullygully Mon 08-Jun-09 19:49:51

My-my

scottishmummy Mon 08-Jun-09 19:52:14

me me

flamingtoaster Mon 08-Jun-09 19:53:06

me-me

Tinasan Mon 08-Jun-09 19:53:06

me-me. Must add though - my French mil is called 'mimi' by all her grandchildren, so it's also a French word for granny...

Wallace Mon 08-Jun-09 19:53:29

My dd is shortened to Mimi (me-me) as is one of her friends who is an Imogen

lockets Mon 08-Jun-09 19:55:12

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MrsMattie Mon 08-Jun-09 20:50:33

I'd say Me-me (really like it), but I know a woman called Miriam who is definitely a Mimmy

Littledawley Mon 08-Jun-09 20:54:08

grin hullygully

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