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Are there any different ways to spell these names?

Sophia
chloe
jalen
natalie
brice
sidney
alexis
jonah
isaac
elijah
talen
aidan
grace
jadan
tevin
taylor
gabriel
rhian
haven
harrison
reed
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replied December 7th, 2004
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Sophia ~ sofiya
chloe ?
Jalen ~ jaelyn, jaelen, jaylen, jaylyn, jalyn,
natalie ~ nathalie
brice ~ bryce
sidney ~ sydney
alexis
jonah
isaac
elijah
talen
aidan ~ aiden
grace
jadan ~jayden, jaden, jaydan, jaedan, jaeden, jaedyn,
tevin
taylor ~ taelor
gabriel
rhian
haven
harrison
reed
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replied December 7th, 2004
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Sophia-sofia
chloe
jalen
natalie
brice
sidney
alexis
jonah
isaac-issak
elijah-elyjah
talen-talin, talon, talyn
aidan-adan
grace
jadan
tevin
taylor
gabriel
rhian-rian
haven
harrison
reed
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replied December 7th, 2004
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Sophia - sofia
chloe - chloie?
Jalen - jaylyn
natalie - natalye?
Brice -bryce
sidney - sydney or sydnie
alexis -elexis... If u don't mind using an .E instead...
Jonah
isaac
elijah - elyjah
talen - taylen
aidan - aidin
grace - gracie? Or if u want another version of grace, hannah means grace
jadan - jayden
tevin - tevon
taylor -tayilor
gabriel
rhian - how about ryann? Like ryan but for a girl... Or even ryan is cute...
Haven - hayvin or hayven...
Harrison -i knew a kid once who spelled it haryson
reed - ried or reid
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replied December 8th, 2004
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jlee77 wrote:
until we changed it a few days ago, me and husband were going to name our could be boy aden. That's how we spelled it....Aden. Typical spelling though is aiden. But why be typical?!! Wink


i love the name aiden. I've seen it spelled aiden, ayden, aden, adan, aidan, aidyn... I think there's one more, but I can't remember. I would love to use that name if I ever have a boy
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replied December 14th, 2004
Heh, I can't vouch for the other names, but I know that "chloe" is hard enough for people to spell without it being spelled "differently"! It's my name, and i've had all sorts of weird spellings and pronounciations! Examples: cloe (very popular mis-spelling), clowy, clowey, klowey, chole, and the list goes on...
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replied June 14th, 2005
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Sophia sofia
chloe chloee
jalen jaylen
natalie natalee
brice bryce
sidney sydney, sydnee
alexis
jonah jona
isaac
elijah
talen talyenn
aidan aydan
grace gryce
jadan jaydenn
tevin
taylor tayler
gabriel gabral
rhian rhyan
haven
harrison
reed reid
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replied June 14th, 2005
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I know this post is really old, im just bored and it looked like fun.
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replied July 31st, 2005
Natalie natalee, nataley, nataleigh
brice bryce (my nephew's name)
sidney sydney, sydnee, sydneigh
alexis allexiss
talen talon, tallon, tallen, talyn, tallyn
aidan aidyn, aiden, ayden, aydan, aydin, ayden
jadan tjaden ("t" is silent, could call "tj" for short), jaden, jadin, jadyn, jaiden, jaidyn, jaidin,
tevin teven, tevyn
taylor tayler
rhian (pronounced "ryan"?), rion, rhion, ryon
haven havyn, haivyn
harrison harryson, harreson, harrieson
reed rheid, reid

hope some of these help. :)
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replied August 8th, 2005
Why would you need or want to spell these differently? Only a few have other accepted spellings, kree8tif spellings just make it hard for everyone, especially the child! Please don't do that to a child! You have a list of mostly nice names...Just use the correct spelling, think of it as a gift to your child! Krea8tiiiiif spelling is just a trend in 10 years everyone will know your baby was born in the early 2000's because he/she has a messed up spelling!
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replied November 10th, 2005
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Sofia
khloe, cloe, kloe
jalyn, jaelyn, jaelen, jalon
nathalie, natalee
bryce
sydney, sydnie
alexys
jonnah
isaak
talon
ayden
grayce
jayden, jaiden, jaden
tevvin, tevyn
taylah, tayla (for a girl only)
gabrielle (girl only)
reid, read, reede
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replied November 16th, 2005
To each his own I suppose, but I can't stand when people go crazy on spelling variations. My cousin has a little girl named bailey. To me, her name is much prettier spelled the way it is vs. Spelled like bayleigh. Honestly, it looks ridiculous. I don't mean to offend anybody by saying that. It's just my personal opinion. Keep it simple!
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replied November 20th, 2005
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sassafras wrote:
to each his own I suppose, but I can't stand when people go crazy on spelling variations. My cousin has a little girl named bailey. To me, her name is much prettier spelled the way it is vs. Spelled like bayleigh. Honestly, it looks ridiculous. I don't mean to offend anybody by saying that. It's just my personal opinion. Keep it simple!


i agree with what you're saying, but there are some names I prefer different. E.G I like kaitlyn over caitlin, loryn over lauren and leann over leanne but there are also names that look better left as they are such as nicole or jade just to name a few. It looks really silly when people take a name such as hayley for example (my daughter's name) and spell it something like hayieleigh. Its hard to read it and pronunce it. :p each to their own I suppose, we're all different with different tastes. :)
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replied June 26th, 2006
Sophia: sofia, sofiya, sophiya, sophea
chloe: chloee, cloey, kloie, kloee, kloey
jalen : jaylyn, jalin, jaylen, jaylin, jaelyn, jaelin, jaelen
natalie: nathalie, natalee, natilie, natliee
brice : bryce, bryse, brise
sidney: sydney, sidnee, sydnee, sidnie, sydnie
alexis : alexys
jonah : joanah, jonaa
isaac : isaak
elijah
talen : talyn, talin, talon
aidan : adan, aden, aiden, aydyn, aydin, ayden, aydan
grace : graice, grayce
jadan : jordyn, jourdyn, jourdan, jourdin, jordin, jorden, jourden
tevin : tevyn, tevan, teven
taylor : tayler, thaylor, tailor, tailer
gabriel
rhian : ryan, ryann, rien, rian, ryen, ryenn, rhien
haven : havyn, hayvin, hayven
harrison: harryson, haryson
reed : reid, rheed,
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replied June 26th, 2006
Sophia / sofia
chloe /khloe
jalen /jailyn/jaylen/jaelin/jaylon/jailin....
Natalie/natalee/nathalie
brice/bryce
sidney /sydney/sydnie/sidnie
alexis/alexi/alexie
jonah ?
Isaac /izach
elijah ?
Talen /talyn/talin
aidan /ayden/aiden/aidon/aydon
grace /grayce
jadan /jaidyn/jayden/jaidon/jaideyn/jadin/jaiden
tevin /tevon/tevan
taylor /tailor/tayler/tailer
gabriel ?
Rhian /ryan?
Haven ?
Harrison /harryson/harrisyn
reed /read/rheed/reid
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replied July 1st, 2006
Different Spellings
My daughter just had a baby boy and wanted the name aaiden but it was becoming to popular so she did a a-z with adian at the end and she choose zayden. Different but I like it. All of my kids have differnt names so I guess she is following in my foot steps.
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replied July 20th, 2006
I don't see what it is with people and the alternate spellings. You sometimes lose the meaning/origin of the name in the process.

Oh yeah, and sofia is nice :d
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replied July 31st, 2006
I am usually good at this :)

sophia - sofia, sofya, sophya, sofiah
chloe - khloe, klohee, clohee
jalen - jailynn, jaylen, jailen, jaylinn, jalynn
natalie - natalli, nadali
brice - bryse, bryce, brise
sidney - cydney, sydney, cidney, sydnie, cydnie
alexis - aleksis, alexsis, alexzis, alekzis.
Jonah - not sure what this name is to begin with...
Isaac -isaaic, izaaic, isaaik, isaaich
elijah - alijah, elija, alija
talen - not sure what this name is to begin with...
Aidan - aiden, aadin, aaden
grace - grayce, grayse, grase
jadan - jaiden, jayden
tevin - tevan
taylor - tayler
gabriel -gabrielle
rhian - rhyan, ryan.
Haven - hayvan
harrison - harisen
reed - reid
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replied August 11th, 2006
beckky wrote:
gabriel -gabrielle

'gabrielle' is not a different spelling variation for 'gabriel'. It's female, whereas 'gabriel' is male. Any boy named gabrielle will be beaten to a pulp in kindergarten and his parents should be placed behind bars.
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replied August 11th, 2006
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Haha true!!! Gabrielle is female and gabriel is male.I mean everyon knows that!!
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