I have a simple but important question about naming my first child.
I named her, as Jae-in Kim. (pronunciation is , of course, same as Jane in English name) but it is so common that hundreds, maybe thousands of people have the name Jae-in here in Korea, so, I want spell her name Jae-inn Kim (double ‘n’ in inn) for the uniqueness. but as you know, the word “inn” has meaning a kind of accommodation.
From a point of view in US/English cultures, is it ridiculous/funny that a name includes Inn? Or is it okay?
Since English isn’t my native language, it's hard for me to figure out its nuance.