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I would do Tea with an apostrophe over the e. I don't know how to type that though. That is what Tea Leoni does. It emphasizes the e and shows people that it is not Tea as in tea you drink
Taya looks like tai-ya to me. Teya looks like tay-uh but it does not look as classy as Tea with the e accent mark.
If we have a girl we are thinking of the name Teya (Taya). Do you think Teya would be pronounced Tay-a? What are other spelling variations? Taya, Tayah, Teya, Teyah, Tea.......I like Tea but I think that she would be called Tee (like a cup of tea) not Tay-a......help me please.
Mom to Reya (13) and Little baby Lila 9/22
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