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  1. #101
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    Mar 2013
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    I know a girl planning to call her daughter "Delylah Mae". I don't mind Mae instead of May at all. But "Delylah" just looks so awkward to me!

    I also know someone who wanted to name their baby "Sebaztyain". Thank GOD she went with the actual spelling of the name!

  2. #103
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    Aug 2011
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    Quote Originally Posted by xxashleighxx View Post
    Britkneigh for Britney-- yuck!
    oh no! I know there are dozens of ways to spell the name (Britney, Brittney, Brittany then the Brittani, Britni, Brittnie, etc.) but a silent k? uggg!
    Mia, Lydia, Cora
    Corbin, Rocco, Quinn

  3. #105
    Join Date
    Aug 2012
    Location
    Britain
    Posts
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    Tayla
    Dylynn
    Hollee (Hollie/Holly)
    Tyla
    Brynkleigh
    Kailee
    Jorga, Giorga ( Georgia)

    A lot of these are nice names and the spelling just ruins it for them, I think Dylynn looks terribly tacky !

  4. #107
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    Mar 2013
    Location
    Michigan
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    This one isn't too bad, but my cousin just had a son she named Mavryk.

  5. #109
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    Jan 2009
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    Can I get this off my chest for a sec? LET LE-A GO. It is a racist anecdote with dubious roots, it's been circulating the Internet for at least five years, and we need to let it go.

    **deep breath**

    Okay. That said, any name I have to sound out phonetically is a big no-no. In my school, we currently have Abigayle, Abbegale and Abbygayle, I kid you not. I've also taught Apinun ("opinion") and, the one that really makes my skin crawl... Kremzyn. I am not fond of Crimson as a name to begin with, but Kremzyn just sets my hair on end.

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