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Thread: Different Bell name - Bellamy
July 2nd, 2013 06:25 PM #6~inside this teenberry's mind ~~Vote on combo possibilities (updated 2/15/14)
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July 2nd, 2013 07:08 PM #10Senior Member
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I love it. I came upon it a few months ago and I've been in love ever since. Another spelling is Bellamie, which I don't prefer but some people might, since its less like the surname and also less like Belle and Amy combined.
Lots of surnames are becoming popular, like Sawyer, Mason, Greer, etc. Why not the pretty and feminine Bellamy?
Nameberry lists it as a unisex name, but I think of it as a very feminine name. Maybe it could work for a boy, but it has both Belle and Amy. Besides that, if she decides its too uncommon, there's plenty of nicknames for it. Belle, Bella, Amy, etc.
For me, Bellamy is a perfect name. Feminine, uncommon, lots of nicknames. I love it.