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  1. #111
    Adysinne. I absolutely abhor it.
    Just a lonely teenager creating a life through characters. Budding author and future failure. I despise the idiots. The nameless berry.



  2. #113
    Join Date
    Mar 2013
    Bryyn, pronounced Bryan. I don't even understand it. But I remember the oh-so many time when a teacher said it for the first time and would call him Bryn. Poor kid.

  3. #115
    Oh, and JHeremy. The capital H is part of the legal spelling. For no reason whatsoever.

  4. #117
    Join Date
    Feb 2012
    Western Australia
    Meaghan (Megan)
    Erryn (Erin)
    Teleah (Talia)
    Chenaye (Shenae)
    Allanah (Alana)
    Alycia (Alicia)- although this is pronounced A-lee-ce-a
    Alysia (Alicia)- A-lee-sha
    Lillie (Lily)
    Elyce (Elise)
    Caylah (Kayla)
    Chenelle (Chanel)
    Aneeka- I think is a variant of Annika
    Natassha (Natasha)
    Myles (Miles)
    Jaidyn (Jayden)- He's a year older then me not a baby just for the record
    Marli (Marley)
    Tarni (Tahnee)
    Sharnee (Sharni)
    Georgana (Georgiana)
    Mikaella (Michaela)
    Shamaya- Sha-my-ah

    Some of these are mutual fb friends the rest are from a magazine.
    Last edited by ebenezer.scrouge; April 2nd, 2013 at 09:54 PM.
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  5. #119
    Join Date
    May 2010
    Quote Originally Posted by clover View Post
    Kibby - I followed your link and found a few more:

    ... sorry can't do it anymore. I started to do a search on the letter y and now I'm just depressed. Any name that could possibly have a y substituted for an e or i or o has been done. So for those out there that think you're being creative, you're really not!

    A search for z brings up similar "names":



    ...okay, I've had enough of the z's, too.
    Jozef and Jozsef and Lukasz are not made up or kreativ spellings. They are actually Eastern European spellings that have been round for hundreds of years - since the 1500's or even earlier.
    Last edited by tinkblue; April 3rd, 2013 at 12:18 AM.

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