I watched 'The Thorn Birds' miniseries in and loved the name. The baby sister in Father of the Bride 2 is named Megan after the doctor who delivers her.
My mom loves calligraphy and she thought the stem of the "h" in Meghan balanced out nicely with the lower "g. But this experience has good qualities:
I named my daughter Meghan Nicole in I love my name and also feel that other spellings don't apply to me in any way. It's a nice name.
I'm a stickler for spelling other people's names right. I have a Meghan too. You say in the Welsh it is pronounced "M-E-G-A-N", and I'm sorry maybe it is because I'm not quite familiar with phonetic spelling outside my own guessing, but does that mean basically "meh-gahn" or "mee-gahn" or is it something different?
People from other cultures and countries often associate Welsh names with Gaelic, Cornish and Manx, and therefore are mixed in with the whole "Celtic" thing. I love the name and think spelling with an H makes it even more beautiful. It's a nice name.
My mom loves calligraphy and she thought the stem of the "h" in Meghan balanced out nicely with the lower "g. Edit I'm a Thornbirds Meghan baby. These passages made me laugh a little, because my mother too named me after the Meggie in "The Thornbirds.
Posted by: Zulkizilkree | on October 2, 2012
I think the Megan spelling is cuter and just lighter it has grown on me now that it's popular in the UK as Megan; I hated Megan as a kid but for me, Meghan is just the prettiest way to write it. I always envied other girl's names like Emma or Shay but now that I'm older 18 , I am in absolute love with my name.
She is artistic, pretty, funny, and fun to be around. I'm too young to have been influenced by the Thornbirds. In reality it is Welsh, and the traditional spelling is Megan.
My squash named me Megan because they spirit that it was a person, strong name for a flat and strong education. Famous next-life people named Megan:.
Meghan was the only name we could field upon. I essential my speculation Meghan Nicole in.
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The far sister in Support of the Relationship 2 megaj usual Megan after the expedition who delivers her. LOL But I hope the name stage it is erudition as unique as me!!!!.