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  1. #1
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    Briony or Bryony - Which Spelling Do You Prefer?

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  2. #3
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    Lovely name!!! Definitely 100% Briony. Bryony is too much y.
    Catherine Zelie | Jude Francis
    Elanor Magdalene | Finnian ??
    Rosemary Lark | Calder Timothy
    Genevieve ?? | William Augustine
    Agnes Valentine | Harrison Peter

    Lucy ~ Fiona ~ Leia ~ Jane ~ Edith ~ Primrose ~ Gail ~ Gloria
    Elizabeth ~ Therese ~ Maisy ~ Susannah ~ Molly ~ Juniper

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    Peter ~ Percival/Percy ~ Bram ~ Lewis ~ Oliver ~ Calvin

  3. #5
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    Hmm I like both but I think I'd prefer the original spelling - Bryony.

  4. #7
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    I prefer the Bryony spelling.
    Eleanor, Cecilia, Josephine, Audrey, Fiona, Vivienne, Hazel, Juliet/Julia, Genevieve, Iris, Felicity, Rosalie, Penelope, Daisy, Charlotte, Scarlett, Caroline, Isla, Claire/Clara, Amelia/Emilia, Stella, Margot, Annabel, Delilah, Ruby, Freya, Esme, Lola

    Oliver, Sebastian, Theodore, Felix, Leo, Simon, Wesley, August, Jasper, Miles, Jude, Silas, Finn, Jonas, Dashiell, Abram, Tobias, Elliott, Tristan, Caleb, Gabriel, Wyatt, Declan, Conrad, Harrison, Levi, Blaise, Callum, Beckett, Asher, Wilder

  5. #9
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    Bryony. I know someone who thought this name was pronounced bree-uh-nee. I appreciate that Bryony clarifies the pronunciation.

    Also, I think I encountered the Bryony spelling before the Briony spelling, so that probably contributes to why I prefer it.

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