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Flower89
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Thank you all so much. I've been pleasantly surprised by the responses. X

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TheGreenSheep

Sorry for the loss of your son, he has a beautiful name, I know a few Tadhg already.

I would use the Irish origin of her name, simple and lovely Fiadh Louise.

All the best with your pregnancy and birth.

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Chamomile

I love learning new Irish names. It’s very easy these days to google the names to find out the pronunciation. 

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Prancer is coming

I would go with the traditional spelling.   I think it is even more special that it gives you a link to your precious son.  So sorry about your loss :(

 

People Will probably need help to pronounce it, but you will only need to help them once.  I actually find the MIA pronounciation varies.  I have come across my-a and me-a.  So with Fia I would wonder if it was Fire or Fee-a.  So you may as well go your preferred spelling.

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Ernegirl

Sorry to hear about the loss of your little boy, Flower89.

I think Fiadh is a beautiful name, it's the name my cousin called her daughter and I love the pride is using the Irish spelling for Irish names.

Like PP, I agree most you should use the traditional spelling and set the name free! 

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kerilyntaryn

any updates OP  I think Fiadh Louise is lovely

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