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We have decided to name my baby boy "Saran".

Can we say that?

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The use of "to name" is correct. If "we" refers to you and your wife, it seems better to say "we ... our" rather than "we ... my". The quotation marks around the name seem unnecessary.

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kumenglishCan we say that?

Yes, but be aware that if he is to grow up in the US, Saran is an unusual name, and it makes one think of Saran Wrap.

We have decided to name my baby boy Saran.

Yes, "we" refers to "me and my wife". Please check it.

kumenglishYes, "we" refers to "me and my wife".

In that case, is there any reason why you did not want to use "our", as I suggested?

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Sorry, I don't know how to use "our" in the context. Can you please share your version with "our"?

The full name is Saran Govindhan. Here Govindhan refers to his father's name.

kumenglish

Sorry, I don't know how to use "our" in the context. Can you please share your version with "our"?

Please read my original reply again.

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We have decided to name our baby boy Saran Govindhan.


Please check it.

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