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Thread: Rylinn? Rilynn? and middles?
June 4th, 2013 12:31 PM #21Member
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I think the sound of "Ryanne" of further away from the sound of Ryan than Rylinn/Rylann. And Ryanne started sounding very, ah how to put this, ah country? I can hear a southern US accent yelling "RYE-ANNE" and it just takes away from my liking it. (I'm from the southern US, so this makes sense to me)Mommy to Archer Thomas (4)
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June 4th, 2013 12:37 PM #23
I'm honestly not a fan of the name at all, but Rylann would be my spelling suggestion. I can't see enough of a connection between Ryan and Rylinn/Rilynn.
You could also consider Riane, Rianne or Rhiane.
Or you could honour the meaning of Ryan (little king) with another name with the same meaning: Kinsley/Kinsey, Sigourney, Vasilia, Regan, Reagan or Jovita.
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June 4th, 2013 08:07 PM #29Member
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I think Rylinn is such a nice name! I would probably spell it Rylinn because I think that sounds it out "Ry-linn" instead of possibly being mistaken for "Rie-lynn" if it were spelled Rilynn.. if that makes sense! haha but its a beautiful name & makes sense if you are honoring a ryan
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