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  • Eliot

    16 23.88%
  • Elyot

    0 0%
  • Eliott

    50 74.63%
  • Elyott

    1 1.49%
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  1. #26
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    Eliette is much better for girl.

    NB: Elliott in Scrubs explained in an early episode that she was named Elliott as her parents had wanted a boy. I'm sure she said they were in denial, or something like that, so used a boy's name. Therefore, the show made it clear in that episode, that Elliott is a boy's name.
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  2. #28
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    Quote Originally Posted by jtucker View Post
    I voted for a spelling thinking that Eliott was for a boy. I prefer that spelling of Eliott out of your other spellings, although my personal naming style I am not into naming girls with boy names, but everybody has their own style. I will say that from your signature you have some real gems there: Daphne (one of my top 5), Fiona, Elsie and Eleanor (in my top 5), Chandler (if this is for a boy I think it's super handsome), Emmett (like it), and Larkin is really cute for a girl. I also like your other names in your signature of Thatcher, Fletcher and Thorton.
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  3. #30
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    I prefer Elliot, but if you really only want one L, then Eliot.

    Personally, I really dislike when people use the letter Y to make a name seem more "feminine". Just give your daughter a girl's name! In my opinion, Elliot is most definitely a boy's name. I love previous posters' suggestion of Eliette.
    Audrey - Beatrice - Clara - Daphne - Flora - Jane - Mabel - Susannah

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  4. #32
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    Eliette would be much prettier for a girl

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