She told me that she didn't want to give me an "old" person name.I've come to appreciate my first name, but I still greatly love Irene!
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Irene is a name that travels well throughout Europe and the Americas, making it a great choice for parents of mixed cultural and linguistic backgrounds.
It is spelled the same in English; Spanish, French, Italian, Portuguese; Scandinavian, Finnish and German.
An alternate pronunciation for the name Irene (especially in the Spanish speaking world) is ihr-REN-ay.
Irene is a name if you want the name of your baby to have a mystical and/or old-timey feel. It's not very common among people my age, but there was one other person with it growing.
I used to hate having a name that I attributed to an "old woman's name." But I've grown to love having a more uncommon name. Its really not that common and makes you feel special knowing your the only Irene around, take the name Jessica for example there's always at lest 2 or more in every class! My mother was named Irene because it means "peace" and she was born during WWII.
Makes it easier to know people are talking to me when "Irene" gets called out somewhere. My mother's name was Irene, and my father's name was Clarence.
My oldest sister got stuck with a combination of those 2 names - Irence. My mother and her Grandmother were very close, so when I was born she gave me Irene as my middle name after her!
I always loved it and thought that it was such a beautiful name and I always wondered why she didn't just name me Irene.