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  1. #26
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    I am also against unnecessary Y's but I have always liked the name Shane spelled like Shayne although I would NEVER actually do it.

  2. #28
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    re: Guilty-pleasure SPELLINGS?

    I always switch out y, ie, ey, etc with ee.

  3. #30
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    I agree with alwaysben my gp spelling it with the name sailor for a girl. I love Saylor more, and Sayler more than both! dont ask me why; like others, I'm normally one to keep the spelling classic.
    ~Larissa

    ~ Giving up Nameberry for Lent; See you on the 14th of April! ~

  4. #32
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    Feb 2012
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    I wouldn't consider like a name spelled the authentic way a "guilty pleasure".

    Emersyn. Guilty pleasure name with guilty pleasure spelling. I actually say it like Emer-sin vs. Emer-son when its spelled the right way.

    Khloe. (NOT the Kardashian lol). 99/100 times I'd pick the C variation of a name over a K because it looks softer to me, but Khloe with a K just kicks butt. Maybe its because I have a cousin named Chloe and this just feels like a different name all together.

    Oh, and I like Emilie. Not necessarily over Emily but I really like the "ili"

  5. #34
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    Dec 2010
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    I prefer Katharine to Katherine/Catherine, I don't really know why, I just always have. Even though it isn't a real spelling I prefer Dossen to Dawson for the simple fact that Doss in my grandmother's maiden name. If used for a girl, I prefer Rhea over Ray or Rae (It would be pronounced this way here because it is the name of my county and we pronounce it like ray.) I like Breanna more than Brianna and Scarlet over Scarlett.

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