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  1. #1

    Spelling of Bayley for a boy?

    Which spelling of Bayley seems most suitable for a boy to you?
    I'm thinking Bayley or Bailey, but am interested to hear opinions...
    Would like to use the one that is least likely to be mistaken for a girl.

    Thanks!
    Mama to Boston Graham Benjamin born 15 August 2012

  2. #3
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    Though I am personally not a fan of the name, I would go with Bailey. It is the original spelling and looks slightly more masculine to my eyes.
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    I only like the Bailey spelling and I always assume Bailey's to be boys; it's decidedly masculine to me.
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    Bayley is too similar to Hayley. I'd go with Bailey. I see it as a boys name too.
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    I would stick with Bailey. At first I misread Bayley as Baylor. That could have been because I know a fantastic little guy named Baylor.
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