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  1. #16
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    May 2012
    Honestly, it makes my eyes hurt. Juliana Leigh is pretty, i really love Juliana.

  2. #18
    Join Date
    Jan 2011
    The sentiment does make it a little bearer, but the thing is, how do we know little Elleighana wasn't to honor an Eliana and a Leigh? Most people won't know the story and will just be very confused, pronouncing it Julay-a or Julega half the time and never spelling it that way.

    Personally I'm more relaxed than most and could maybe see Juleigha as a middle name. I don't think it's the greatest or anything, but it would be OK. But up front it's just going to cause headaches, confusion, and judgment.

  3. #20
    Join Date
    Oct 2011
    Great Lakes
    Juleigha and Elleighana are tacky and trashy. I get the sentiment of wanting to honor someone but that's just not the way to do it. My husband has a friend from high school with a daughter named Juleea and every time I see the name on Facebook, I say it as ju-LEE-uh, basically a made up spelling of Leah with the Ju- sound in front.

    Julia Leigh, Juliet Leigh, or Juliana Leigh would be much nicer.

    Here are some variants of Julia:

    Jillian (from Gillian, which is from Julian [where Juliana comes from])
    ** The opinions expressed above are not meant to be reflective of Nameberry as a whole but are my opinion and mine alone. **

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  4. #22
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    Jun 2013
    I'm not really a fan of hyphenated names generally, but perhaps if your sister is insistent on blending the names and keeping the original spelling of Leigh intact, then Julia-Leigh might be the best possible option

    Alternatively, if she was willing to change the spelling of Leigh, she could have Julie as a combination of your two names. If that was too similar to your name, then I guess she could always try Jaylee, which puts the emphasis back on the 'lee' sound of your GG's name while keeping the j & a from Julia.
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  5. #24
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    Jun 2009
    It is horrendous.
    Eliza + Beatrix + Constance + Romilly + Clementine + Freya + Mabel + Agnes + Betty + Margot
    Felix + Ivo + Calloway + Walter + Linus + Otto + August + Hugo + Zebedee + Rollo + Phineas

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