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    Elle or Ella? Nickname for Rachelle

    Elle, Ella, etc.: Which do you prefer as a nickname for my '70s/'80s name Rachelle?

    I've relocated and I'm thinking of going by a fresh name.

  2. #3
    Join Date
    May 2011
    Location
    New England
    Posts
    2,174
    Both are pretty. Elle is more modern and Ella more vintage ( and popular rigt now for babies.)
    *Magnolia Alice /Evangeline Soleil/Junia Evangeline/Viviana Wildflower/ Georgiana Wildflower/Adelina Sofie*

    *Anouk, Amoret, Cordelia, Olive, Beatrix, Eugenie, Marigold, Adelina, Ondine, Guinevere, Luna, Neve, Georgiana, Atalune, Grey, Snow, Matilda, Fleur, Sophie, Florence, Clover, Ottlilie, Sophronia, Guinivere*


    *Augusten Wolf/ Rowan Silas/Asher Wolf*


    *Osias, Caius, Cashel, Westley, Fennec, Grey, Thatcher, Ignatius, Hawthorne, Benedict, Atlas, Asher, Hugo,Caspian, August *

  3. #5
    Join Date
    Jul 2013
    Location
    Midwest USA
    Posts
    691
    I like Elle better. Is it ra-shell or ra-kell?
    Boys
    Spencer|Benjamin|Henry|Declan|Rhys|Grayson|Peter|Q uinn


    Girls
    Laura|Charlotte|Caroline|Savannah|Nora|Natalie|Hel ena

    Guilty Pleasures
    River|Sawyer|Moss|Barrett|Sky|Archer

  4. #7
    It's Ra-shell (the first part is something between a "rah" and "ruh" sound), although I have had people use the Ra-kell pronunciation on more than one occasion.

  5. #9
    Join Date
    Sep 2012
    Location
    Canada
    Posts
    469
    I think Elle works better
    Maddox (Max) James 08.31.13.

    Boys Favourites: Holden, Theron (Theo), Aidan, Killian

    Girls Favourites: Rosalie, Lucy, Lyra, Isla

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