here we go, you're next...
Annelle = Anna + Nellie
Anna/ Anne = A/ine or Eithne
Nellie = Helen/ Ellen = Eibhli/n
taking A/ine and Eibhli/n and merging them somewhat as was done to get
Annelle, we get A/inili/n [pron. awn-ill-een] or A/inibhili/n [pron.
same] or A/inaebhili/n [pron. Awn-ail-een] or A/inebhil [pron.
awn-ell]. This last is nearest in pron. to your real name, but I don't
like the look of it.
Kloski =(in pronounciation) Closkey - an Irish surname, which is
usually given as Mac Closkey, or Mac Bhloscaidh (the Gaelic spelling)
OK so far?
Now for some variation & creativity...
Kloski COULD be gaelicised into a combination of two Irish words:
Clois + Croi/
This gives a pronounciation something like Clushkree.
Where am I heading? well...
CLOIS = to hear
CROI/ = heart
so you COULD take a LOT of liberties and say that Cloiscroi/ indicates
'heart-listener', which appeals to my sensibilities not a little.
so, we now have a few possibilities:
A/inili/n Ni/ Bhloscaidh
A/inibhili/n Ni/ Bhloscaidh
A/inaebhili/n Ni/ Bhloscaidh
A/inebhil Ni/ Bhloscaidh
A/inili/n Ni/ Cloiscroi/
A/inibhili/n Ni/ Cloiscroi/
A/inaebhili/n Ni/ Cloiscroi/
A/inebhil Ni/ Cloiscroi/
take your pick, but they are all very 'made up', OK? Well, I tried my best.