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  1. #6
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    I know a girl called Rylan. It's really cute I think and my favorite spelling is the Rilyn one. I am not a fan of made up names and cutesy spellings normally, but like this one!
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  2. #8
    I really, really dislike it. It's masculine, trendy and the spelling is too ambiguous. (Is it ry-lyn, rill-an? is it spelled Rylyn, Rilyn, Rylan?) It's just insubstantial and tacky, IMO, not something that will age nicely or look professional or appropriate on an adult.

  3. #10
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    Quote Originally Posted by flick View Post
    I really, really dislike it. It's masculine, trendy and the spelling is too ambiguous. (Is it ry-lyn, rill-an? is it spelled Rylyn, Rilyn, Rylan?) It's just insubstantial and tacky, IMO, not something that will age nicely or look professional or appropriate on an adult.
    This. Rilyn and Rilynn do not look any more feminine than Rylan.
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  4. #12
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    I dont' think Rylan (in an form) would make my top list with Easton and Rowdy, but especially not for a girl. Sorry.
    I'd probably suggest something like
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  5. #14
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    Quote Originally Posted by flick View Post
    I really, really dislike it. It's masculine, trendy and the spelling is too ambiguous. (Is it ry-lyn, rill-an? is it spelled Rylyn, Rilyn, Rylan?) It's just insubstantial and tacky, IMO, not something that will age nicely or look professional or appropriate on an adult.
    Yup. Totally my thought also. Except for the too masculine part. I think Rylan would be fine on a girl. But only with the original spelling.
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