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Another name popular in Shakespearean times, Cassius was made famous by abolitionist Cassius Clay, as well as boxer Muhammad Ali (Cassius was his given name). This Scottish name (meaning "gravelly homestead") can either be pronounced GRAY-ahm or just straight-up GRAM depending on the person. Hands up if you have literally no idea how to say this.
Anais is a gorgeous French name that means "grace," but it can be a challenge for people who aren't fluent in the language.
Arcadia: meaning Pastoral simplicity and happiness 56.
Cady: usually a surname or a given name meaning a rhythmic flow of sounds.
The Celtic name means "little king," and can be pronounced several ways — typically either RAY-gan, or REE-gan. Some people pronounce it like Jeffrey, some people pronounce it exactly like it's spelled (Gee-OFF-rey), and some people mix things up with Joff-REE. Imogen (meaning "maiden") has become a popular name among parents — and for good reason.
It's lovely, and dates back to Shakespearean England. By pronouncing the "g" as a "j" — in other words, IHM-eh-jen.
Lincoln: meaning someone from the lakeside colony 45.