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    • Alexis

      My personal experience would tell me something like “nah-EE-lah” (make sort of a stop between nah and EE, like the traditional way you say Hawai’i).

      But that’s just the first pronunciation that came to me I don’t know what it is for sure.

  1. : ))))))))))))))

    I’M SOBBING
    hoW
    HOW COULD BETRAY THIS BRILLIANT RAY OF SUNSHINE WHO’S PROBABLY SURE NO ONE WOULD HURT THEM; A CHILD WITH PROBABLY SO MUCH INNOCENCE DESPITE BEING SHITHEAD AF

    HOW COULD THEY TURN THIS CHILD INTO WHO WILL HAS TO BE TODAY????

    • Honzinator

      Pre-modern authors, even many of the Jewish and Christian ones, had a decidedly less rosy view of the worth of children.
      It surely didn’t help that perhaps half, more among those born to wealthy urbanites and lords who socialized a lot, died before marrying age.

  2. ProfetessaOscuro

    Na-(eh-ill)-ah! (Maybe?)
    It sounds so beautiful when I say it, but I don’t want to get it wrong! Poor mini-Will. I wish she’d tested him with something sharp and pointy.

  3. Rena

    Can I say that I love the meaning behind their names? Wilfrid = “desiring peace”; while Wil’s current goal seems to be “brutal revenge”, peace might be what they’re going for in the end (whether that’s peace of mind or peace for their country will be seen).
    Na’ilah = “one who succeeds”, which could be mixed with Wilfrid to mean “one who succeeds at bringing peace”, which is either a good omen from Doyle or is gonna end up being ironic in a bad way.
    (I’m probably looking into this too much, but it’s interesting to me haha)