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Fidelia - how would you say it?

(12 Posts)
browntrout Thu 13-Aug-09 20:03:38

would you say

Fi-day-lia

or

Fi-dee-lia

?

LangeInEinenAbgrundBlickst Thu 13-Aug-09 20:06:03

Fi-day-lia. It reminds of hymn lyrics.....

duchesse Thu 13-Aug-09 20:06:35

I'd go with option 1 personally. I think I like it.

boodleboot Thu 13-Aug-09 20:08:25

i thought it would be FID - ay-leah

MrsMattie Thu 13-Aug-09 20:09:21

Fi-day-lia

MrsKitty Thu 13-Aug-09 20:10:12

I read it as Fi-DEY-lia

malung Thu 13-Aug-09 20:55:55

Fid_aay -lia

MummyDragon Thu 13-Aug-09 21:07:52

Fi-DEY-lia

What a beautiful name smile

All these lovely names on MN recently are really making me want to try for no.3!!

Wigeon Thu 13-Aug-09 21:11:25

Fi-day-lia. Makes me think it's the female version of the Beethoven opera Fidelio. That could either be a good thing or a bad thing, depending.

JulesJules Thu 13-Aug-09 21:16:38

Fi-day-lia I think, as in adeste fideles.

browntrout Thu 13-Aug-09 21:35:38

good show - that's fairly unanimous then. I like it too. Am a fan of the 'virtue' names. Thanks to all smile

bellissima Thu 13-Aug-09 22:28:36

It's certainly different. And sounds quite nice. Not sure if it wouldn't make a gal prone to a bit of teasing if she was actually a 'bolter'...

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