Susan D 

I've known a few Irenes and the only way I've heard it pronounced is
without the e at the end.  Perhaps it's another difference in countries
such as Cheryl being pronounced as Sh here, at least as far as I've ever
heard.

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> I read Thea as The-a normally though just as I do Irene as I-rene
rather
> than I-ren-e even though I've only ever known I-ren-e used.
> Lisa
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