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Cast Your Vote:

    • Brielle -- Votes: 18
    • Mia -- Votes: 19
    • Madelyn -- Votes: 21
    • Isabelle -- Votes: 6
GirlsHaveCOOTIES 3 kids; Minsk, Belarus 15331 posts
18th Mar '13
Quoting Killingℬird(13w):" <blockquote><b>Quoting My boys=My life~9weeks:</b>" We don't want any A names. (MIL ... [snip!] ... 6 of which have A names lol)"</blockquote> Same way with my family and "j" names. I'm avoiding them like the plague."

Lol makes it hard cause I love Adalynn! haha

GirlsHaveCOOTIES 3 kids; Minsk, Belarus 15331 posts
18th Mar '13
Quoting Megan+2:" I only like two girl names besides my daughter's and that's one of them. I like this spelling too. I always say Mad-uh-line if it is spelt the other way."


Me too.. Seems like a totally different name spelt with -line

malibu. 2 kids; Grand Rapids, Michigan 6311 posts
18th Mar '13

One of my friends just named her little girl Mia Isabelle (Eee-sa-bell) ..I think those two names are beautiful! Especially together!

linsα most, CZ, Czech Republic 30138 posts
status 18th Mar '13

Madeline or Madeleine.

GirlsHaveCOOTIES 3 kids; Minsk, Belarus 15331 posts
18th Mar '13
Quoting linsα:" Madeline or Madeleine. "


I like Madelyn too... ^ those weren't in the options.



linsα most, CZ, Czech Republic 30138 posts
status 18th Mar '13
Quoting My boys=My life~9weeks:" I like Madelyn too... ^ those weren't in the options. "


I know. Madelyn is not appealing to the eyes.

GirlsHaveCOOTIES 3 kids; Minsk, Belarus 15331 posts
18th Mar '13
Quoting linsα:" I know. Madelyn is not appealing to the eyes. "


Most people will pronounce the ones you suggested as Mad-a-LINE. Which isn't the name I want or like.

linsα most, CZ, Czech Republic 30138 posts
status 18th Mar '13
Quoting My boys=My life~9weeks:" Most people will pronounce the ones you suggested as Mad-a-LINE. Which isn't the name I want or like."


Its about 50/50.

Megan+2 2 kids; Ohio 1812 posts
18th Mar '13
Quoting My boys=My life~9weeks:" Most people will pronounce the ones you suggested as Mad-a-LINE. Which isn't the name I want or like."


I agree. I would! That is why I would personally do the other way..there's nothing wrong with the "classic" spelling..it just IMO won't be pronounced Mad-uh-lynn.

GirlsHaveCOOTIES 3 kids; Minsk, Belarus 15331 posts
18th Mar '13
Quoting linsα:" Its about 50/50. "

Yeah, It would probably bug me 50% of the time when people say her name then lol.

Cαtwomαn 2 kids; 1 angel baby; Gotham, DC, United States 11780 posts
status 18th Mar '13

If it makes a difference, which it probably won't, if this is a girl her name will probably be Clara Madeline, and no one has pronounced it as -line. :)

мɑkɑnɑni 1 angel baby; ~, FL, United States 65283 posts
status 18th Mar '13

Madeline or Mia. Madeline can be, and is, pronounced mad-uh-lyn. It's one of those names with multiple pronunciations and there will still be people who will pronounce it with a long I sound.

GirlsHaveCOOTIES 3 kids; Minsk, Belarus 15331 posts
18th Mar '13
Quoting Killingℬird(13w):" If it makes a difference, which it probably won't, if this is a girl her name will probably be Clara Madeline, and no one has pronounced it as -line. :)"


lol. I read it as -line.

I don't know... I just personally don't like -line.

linsα most, CZ, Czech Republic 30138 posts
status 18th Mar '13
Quoting My boys=My life~9weeks:" Yeah, It would probably bug me 50% of the time when people say her name then lol."



You'd be surprised at what people will say lol. My DDs name has three common pronunciations and the one I never would of thought of is the one that is mostly used.

GirlsHaveCOOTIES 3 kids; Minsk, Belarus 15331 posts
18th Mar '13
Quoting linsα:" You'd be surprised at what people will say lol. My DDs name has three common pronunciations and the one I never would of thought of is the one that is mostly used. "


Whats her name?

See it bothered me growing up when people ALWAYS screwed up my name.