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    I've decided, that I wont be 100% on a boy name until I'm 100% sure i'm having a boy...which will be at birth! If, of course, its a boy...

    So now we are thinking of the name Fraser. We both like it a lot, except we have slightly different opinions on how its pronounced.
    He likes Fraser exactly how it looks, like after the 'Fraser River' I like it pronounced 'Fray-zhure' Like how Dr Frasier Crane pronounced his name on the show.
    He seems to think that they are both different names, but I think they are the exact same name, and he will end up getting both pronunciations based on who says his name, kwim??

    Are they separate names? What do you think??

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    Now that you ask, I'm not sure which is which. I guess I think of the tv show but I don't actually know how that's spelled. I'm not sure if I've heard it how your husband says it - but then, the tv show is so prevalent in terms of the name (or anything similar) that it's hard to recall.

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    I agree with you, he will get both pronunciations.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ibisgirldc View Post
    Now that you ask, I'm not sure which is which. I guess I think of the tv show but I don't actually know how that's spelled. I'm not sure if I've heard it how your husband says it - but then, the tv show is so prevalent in terms of the name (or anything similar) that it's hard to recall.
    How Dh says it is Fray-sir. DD told me she thinks its a silly name that sounds like 'freezer' (Thanks Ari!) you know you are not confident in the names you choose when you take personally the opinion of your 4 year old!! Thinking of boys names isnt' fun anymore.
    Please, baby, be a girl LOL!

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    I see them as two different names. Fraser is how they say it in the UK, and Frasier is more an American pronunciation to me.

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    I would pronounce it Fraiser if I saw it spelled like Fraser.



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