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Corey Lee sounds wrong doesn't it?

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NotKeenOnFish Fri 03-Jul-09 13:21:57

Really like Corey but it doesn't go with dp's surname does it?

Fimbo Fri 03-Jul-09 13:24:02

Nope sounds like you have forgotten to add on the surname

NotKeenOnFish Fri 03-Jul-09 13:26:13

blasted surname

Fimbo Fri 03-Jul-09 13:27:36

Could you double barrell it with yours?

Corey Lee-?

wilkos Fri 03-Jul-09 13:28:26

i knew a girl at uni called coralie said the same way as corey lee.

so people might assume your ds is a dd?!

Fimbo Fri 03-Jul-09 13:35:57

Although Suzanne Shaw's little boy is called Corey, presumably the surname is Day after his father.

Corey Day - that doesn't work either.

Or it could be Corey Shaw

Or as SS has recently married JK it could be Corey King.

ROLF at Corey King.grin

Sorry!

Fimbo Fri 03-Jul-09 13:36:50

Therefore the conclusion is that Corey is wrong rather than the surname.

Nekabu Fri 03-Jul-09 13:36:54

I'm sorry but it would be really easy to mishear that as corny or Coralie.

NotKeenOnFish Fri 03-Jul-09 13:44:12

Fimbo it's definalty his surname thats wrong - doesn't go with any names I like!

I don't want to double barrell it as my surname is 11 letters so it would be one hell of a name to write down

Fimbo Fri 03-Jul-09 13:46:30

Use your name then instead of his! wink

goomum Fri 03-Jul-09 14:13:24

I think it is ok. I like the name of the author Laurie Lee. It's a similar sound.

MamaLazarou Fri 03-Jul-09 14:16:35

I think a long first name would sound better with such a short surname, like with actor Christopher Lee.

FairLadyRantALot Fri 03-Jul-09 14:24:30

if Lee is the surname, than yes, Corey Lee doesn't really work that well, sorry...
so, indeed, as Mama said use a longer first name, or use 2 first names...like Corey-Aron Lee or some such thing...

NotKeenOnFish Fri 03-Jul-09 14:27:18

I want to use dp's name as dd has his surname and one day we will get married and I'll take his name

Mammina Fri 03-Jul-09 15:19:09

Sorry but I think you're right, it sounds like an American hyphenated first name

jellybeans Fri 03-Jul-09 16:01:55

I think it is ok.

proverbial Mon 06-Jul-09 16:22:00

I just don't like Corey, with any name...

TEJQ Mon 06-Jul-09 16:40:21

Nope, I know of two Corey-Lee's BUT that both of their first names.

stripeypineapple Mon 06-Jul-09 16:51:26

Perhaps it's regional but in London Corey means you've got a big dick.

Quite a name to live up to. smile

TiggyR Mon 06-Jul-09 17:00:27

With a surname like Lee I would avoid any very modern or Americanised name - it could end up sounding a bit trailer trashy. Sorry!

Bonneville Mon 06-Jul-09 17:16:49

I dont like Corey. Is it actually a proper name?

sonniboo Wed 08-Jul-09 12:18:42

No, Corey Lee souns like Coralie grin.

Agree with TiggyR - I'd probably choose a traditional, classic name to be on the safe side. I'd also choose a 'strong' sounding first name.

MadameCastafiore Wed 08-Jul-09 12:19:57

I think the problem you have is the name Corey is revolting!

JemL Wed 08-Jul-09 13:29:39

stripey pineapple, it's not just regional - Cory is the Romany word for penis grin

TiggyR Wed 08-Jul-09 19:14:25

sonniboo and I are obviously on the same wavelength because I was thinking you need a 'strong' name and preferably at least three syllables with any one syllable name. As you picked Corey I suspect you won't like these, but I'd go for something like:

Sebastian
Benedict
Orlando
Julian (I'm starting to really like that for some reason - is it back in fashion?)

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