Well, here's a site that purports to show you just that. You enter your choice into BabyGenie and then it uses the name in a series of hypothetical scenarios.
To show you how it works, let's try it with one of my favorite wife-rejected names, Wilhelmina. (For testing purposes, I'll use the last name Lerner.)
It probably works best if you have a friend read it aloud to you. (I recommend using British accents!)
But one thing this doesn't prepare you for is how your baby's siblings are going to pronounce his or her name.
We gave all our kids names with prominent L syllables, not realizing that they're basically impossible for children to say.
When Alice was born, Elliot called her something close to "Ice."
Now that Alice is 2, she calls her sister "Ooh-see" and her brother's name sounds very similar to the title of this song.