Not for me. Personally, it sounds like a childlike Disney character to me. Just my opinion though.
Blessed with 2 beautiful girls:
It's not really my taste. And to me it sounds more like a girl name rather than a boy. Does it mean something?
Hadley Christine: 05/17/2008
Malia Rose: 08/14/2010
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How do you pronounce it? I ask because I would want to say "Nee-kuh"... but there is a boy in dd's class with a VERY (and I mean VERY) Native name and it's not pronounced quite the way it looks
Just going by the look of it, I would probably automatically think it was a girl if I saw only the name and not the child.
I need a pronunciation too. I don't like neh-ka. I kind of like nee-ka, but agree that the "a" at the end makes me think of it more for a girl.
-Alissa, mom to Tristan (5) and Reid (the baby!)
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I like it, too. I especially like that it comes from your dh's heritage. Very cool.
Last edited by HollyBenElla; 05-24-2011 at 11:48 AM.