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#1 EmilyA

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Posted 14 July 2013 - 09:30 PM

I have fallen in love with this name all over again! I can't decide on which spelling, though I am leaning towards the one with the Y. I just have a thing for Y's.

I also need some suggestions on a middle name! I have tried Madeleine but it just doesn't seem to fit! I need to add a subtle feel to the name since Blythe is so spunky and rare.



Thank you ladies! Hope you're all doing well! :)

#2 Puppylover12397

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Posted 14 July 2013 - 09:38 PM

I prefer Blythe with a Y.


-Blythe Marigold
- Blythe Anneliese
- Blythe Rosalind
- Blythe Rosamund
- Blythe Cassidy
- Blythe Evelyn
- Blythe Adelaide
- Blythe Ellery
- Blythe Harper
- Blythe Peyton
- Blythe Coralie
- Blythe Avery
- Blythe Louise
- Blythe Emily
- Blythe Charlotte
- Blythe Octavia
- Blythe Olivia
- Blythe Geneva
- Blythe Isabelle
- Blythe Arabella
- Blythe Eleanor
- Blythe Isadora
- Blythe Catherine
- Blythe Audrey
- Blythe Laurence
- Blythe Georgina
- Blythe Addison
- Blythe Madeleine
- Blythe Eloise
- Blythe Kennedy
- Blythe Violet
- Blythe Lucille
- Blythe Christine
- Blythe Carolina
- Blythe Francesca
- Blythe Emery
- Blythe Rosemary
- Blythe Elodie
- Blythe Rosabel
- Blythe Delaney
- Blythe Mckenzie
- Blythe Adair
- Blythe Ainsley
- Blythe Parley
- Blythe Melody
- Blythe Phoebe
- Blythe Taylor
- Blythe Felicity
- Blythe Adeline
- Blythe Clementine
- Blythe Constance
- Blythe Caroline
- Blythe Emmeline
- Blythe Aurora
- Blythe Prudence
- Blythe Florence
- Blythe Marlene
- Blythe Matilda
- Blythe Aubrey
- Blythe Georgia
- Blythe Marjorie
- Blythe Rosaline
- Blythe Marianne



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Posted 15 July 2013 - 05:57 AM

I too like Blythe with the Y. Suggestions:

Blythe Emmeline
Blythe Adeline
Blythe Nicole
Blythe Pearl
Blythe Anastasia
Blythe Julietta
Blythe Savannah
Blythe Rosalie
Blythe Arabella
Blythe Sophia
Blythe Eleanor
Blythe Natalia
Blythe Ophelia
Blythe Lillian
Blythe Mackenzie
Blythe Isabella
Blythe Chloe
Blythe Annabelle
Blythe Hadley
Blythe Rhona
Blythe Madison
Blythe Avery
Blythe Isobel/Isabelle
Blythe Alexis
Blythe Amelia
Blythe Olivia

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Posted 15 July 2013 - 06:55 AM

I agree on Blythe with a Y! For some reason Blithe looks misspelled.. not sure why.

Sorry for any repeats!

Blythe Caroline
Blythe Hadley
Blythe Noelle
Blythe Vivian
Blythe Cadence
Blythe Ariana
Blythe Lila
Blythe Natalia

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Posted 15 July 2013 - 01:25 PM

I have always associated Blythe with "old lady". So very vintage IMO rather than trendy/spunky.

I, like the others, much prefer the "Y" spelling. So Blythe gets my vote.


Personally, I'd pair it with something traditional and common.. maybe something a little more on the girly/frilly side.


Blythe Juliet

Blythe Helena

Blythe Sophie

Blythe Vivienne

Blythe Margaret

Blythe Imogen

Blythe Eleanor

Blythe Cassidy

Blythe Rosalind

Blythe Alison

Blythe Emmaline

Blythe Victoria

Blythe Poppy

Blythe Caterina

Blythe Abigail

Blythe Rosemary

Blythe Genevieve

Blythe Hollis

Blythe Rebecca

Blythe Charlotte



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Posted 15 July 2013 - 04:04 PM

I love the name Blythe! :)

Blythe Helen
Blythe Sylvia
Blythe Tabitha
Blythe Iris
Blythe Josephine

good luck! :D

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Posted 16 July 2013 - 09:47 AM

I knew a Blythe in college so I don't necessarily associate it as "old lady." I also prefer the Blythe spelling. Bly would make such an interesting and adorable nickname :)

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Posted 16 July 2013 - 01:06 PM

I prefer the Blythe spelling as well.

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Posted 23 July 2013 - 02:38 PM

My equestrian instuctor is Blythe! It is such a cute name, and in my opinion, adorable for a rancher like her :)

P.S.
She is only 23 years old. I would almost prefer it on a young person to an older one.

Good luck! <3<3

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Posted 23 July 2013 - 08:04 PM

Blythe Hadley Rosalie?

Blythe Natalie
Blythe Isobel
Blythe Evangeline
Blythe Reagan
Blythe Savannah
Blythe Annabel
Blythe Eden
Blythe Charlotte




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