What comes to your mind when you see the name Amritt?

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I wanted to know what people from English speaking countries think about it
Is it a good name in your opinion?

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  • Meh, it doesn't seem weird to me. I don't really think anything of it.

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    • Thank you for your opinion

Most Helpful Guy

What Girls Said 7

  • Nothing. It's just another name. I guess I would just think you are foreign because I don't know anyone in Anerica with that name.

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    • does it look or sound weird to you?

    • No. Why are you so concerned about your name? Own it, be proud of it.

    • Just was wondering how it looks to foreign people... I don't wanna change it to anything else

  • "How do you pronounce that? Oh, I'm gonna butcher that name for sure. "

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    • Just pronounced the way it is written...

    • Am- ritt

  • I honestly don't think much of it. It's just a name. It's not typical here, but it's not bad either.

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  • Being Asian myself I don't really care. UK is a multicultural country.

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  • am i right?

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  • Gujraati

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  • Maybe from the Middle East

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What Guys Said 8

  • What comes to mind is that this is the third time I see this question on this site. So I'll just say what I think I said the last two times, it sounds foreign.

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  • Am I right?

    Amirite?

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  • That I'm not in Oz anymore?

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    • but do you think it sounds/looks good?

    • The first part sounds good. The second part may make it a little funky.

  • An old man and an expensive glass with some kind of exquisite drink in it.

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    • funny... where are you from?

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    • Okay you're from an English speaking country? I mean English as first language/mother tongue

    • Gujarat...

  • No offense but I relate it to "armpit".

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    • haha really?

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    • Actually it does because it emphasizes the "i" instead of the "t", it also reads longer instead of just Armritt that could easily be confused with armpit. I read it as arm-reet.

      Good call man.

    • Thanks for your opinion :)

  • I would think of a stone or gem.

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  • Indian common name.

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  • I first read that as "Armpit" no joke.

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    • haha really? do you think it is a good name?

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