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  1. #1
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    Question Blithe vs Blythe debate

    We really like the name Blithe for our little girl, although we go back and forth on the spelling. I love the "y" version but it just feels....heavier. Which way do you prefer it?


    As for middle names we're thinking:

    Renae (pronounced like Renee)
    Genevieve
    Abigail
    Although recently I've come to favor Addison over Abigail (although that's still my husbands favorite).

    Our last name is two syllabus and starts with an "N" (think common last names.)

    Can anyone give us some suggestions or alternate middle names? It would be much appreciated!!

  2. #3
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    Definitely Blythe.
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    Blythe looks correct. Blithe doesn't.
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  5. #9
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    Blithe doesn't look correct as a name. Definitely Blythe.
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