Sanne ?


  • morganernie
    Participant

    Pronounced Sunna , what do you think ? Too hard to pronounce or worth the questions ?

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  • TwoSapphires
    TwoSapphires
    Participant

    I do think the pronunciation/spelling would be tricky. What’s the origin? It’s not a name I’ve heard before.

    yellowwatts
    yellowwatts
    Participant

    Definitely would have pronunciation issues. Also, the only thing I can see or think of is insane…. :(

    ashthedreamer
    ashthedreamer
    Participant

    It’s a Dutch nn for Susanna/Susanne (In Dutch, I believe Susanne is pronounced like sue-sah-neh, sort of like a German “E”?). I think it’s okay, but I like Sosie, Zuzu, and Annie much more as nns for Susanna. And I like Susanna much more as a full name. I think I’d be intrigued to meet a Susanna nn Sanne, though. I really wouldn’t know what to expect, personality-wise, with Sanne. I can’t “see” her.

    TheWishingStar
    TheWishingStar
    Participant

    I’m with yellowwatts, I saw it and figured it was pronounced like “sane,” which leads to insane pretty easily. I think it would be too confusing for most English-speakers to pronounce and spell to be worth the trouble.

    Anabel Conner
    Anabel Conner
    Keymaster

    This is one of my favorite names of all time, and I think very usable. Except you are pronouncing it wrong. Its SAHN eh, and by looking at it, it seems fairly intuitive to me. Its very popular in Holland.


    morganernie
    Participant

    I went to high school with a girl who’s name was Sanne .. Her sister was Masha. Both very Dutch. But I enjoy the uniqueness.

    Is there any names with the same idea of uniqueness to them ? I don’t like names that are too soft or girly and I di my enjoy Susanne etc.

    My fiancé and I are German/Dutch and German/Scottish


    morganernie
    Participant

    Thank you Annabel by the way.

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