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  • Elliotte

    25 64.10%
  • Elliette (we would still pronounce it Eliot, not like "Juliette")

    14 35.90%
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  1. #1
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    Question Please help with spelling of Elliotte for a girl!

    We like the name Eliot for a girl, but we want to make it more feminine. Which do you like better?

  2. #3
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    I love the name Elliott for a girl! You will get a lot of posts that it is an "all boy" name but I think it is a super cute girl's name!
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  3. #5
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    If you want it to be pronounced like Eliot, I would spell it Elliotte. With the spelling Elliette, you are most likely going to have people pronounce it exactly how it looks: Ellie-ette.
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  4. #7
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    None of the above. I don't like Eliot on a girl. Fab on a boy though. Your alternate spellings look like ellie ette or ellie otte

  5. #9
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    Your need to add unnecessary letters to make this boy's name more "girly" or "appropriate" for your daughter suggests that you aren't comfortable with giving her a boy's name in the first place. Both Elliotte and Elliette look goofy.
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