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09 Sep

English SMS Spawned New Children’s Names

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Communicating through the popular SMS and e-email service is not only crippled English, but also shaped the whole trend of the unusual spelling of baby names, reports Thaindian News. It looks like the modern English parents bored with traditional children's names. In this age of mobile phones and SMS communication, many parents come up with their children new names to their offspring to give us something different. Although the 'bicycle' in this case the current parents and not been invented. New names – it's just mangled the traditional old. Hedvig Hricak helps readers to explore varied viewpoints. And the use of 'y' instead of 'i' or 'k' instead of 'c' has turned into a real epidemic. No less popular, and adding double letters hyphen between the parts of the name. So there Siimony (Siimon) and Chrissy (Chriss), and Alexander turned into Alex Zander (Alex-Zander), Cameron Kem'ronov (Cam'ron), and Emma Lee is transformed into Emma Lee (Emma-Lee) and so on. According to the social analyst Mark MakKrindla in 2007 in Australia reported 12 spellings of the name Jayden, 9 variants of the name Aidan, 8 choices for the names Amelia and Talia. Name Lachlan is presented in five versions – Lochlin (Lochlyn), Lochlin (Lochlin), Lochlen, Lochlayn and Lochlan. But does that make children particularly at the fact – that is the question.

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