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Jorja vs. ? vs. ?

I am looking for a unique name for our daughter, I have always like the name Georgia, but it is becoming common now, and I saw this spelling on a poll the other day, and I like it alot, but people did not leave very nice comments about this name, what is your opinion about this name? thank you

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Poll created: Jan 10, 2008
Total Votes: 3


I think its a cute name and spelling.
posted by guest :: 10 years ago | report
If you like, use it. Don’t go on what other people think. As long as you like it and can live with it, then go for it. She’s your child :-) Good luck. BTW, I like Jorja its different :-)
posted by Jamie :: 10 years ago | report
I think changing the spelling is a great way to add uniqueness to a common name.
posted by Cindy :: 10 years ago | report
I like Georgia. I don’t like Jorja because people will always spell it wrong.
posted by guest :: 10 years ago | report
I think it’s going to cause lots of pronunciation issues. It looks like it should be pronounced "Hor-Ha" - not very pretty sounding
posted by guest :: 10 years ago | report
It does look like it should be pronounce like the Spanish name "Jorge" - Which will be confusing for others. Georgia is beatiful the way it is. But, its your name, so who really cares what we think!! ( = I named my baby Leigha and it got lots of negative posts here because of the spelling.
posted by guest :: 10 years ago | report
Looks like Jorge spanish for George...spell it correctly. Your daughter will thank you for it later. I can’t imagine wearing a name tag as an adult that says Jorja. It looks like a little kid had trouble spelling Georgia. Jorgia would not be quite as bad but I still prefer Georgia.
posted by guest :: 10 years ago | report
Changing the spelling of a name doesn’t make it unique. That’s like saying Aydon is a unique name...It’s just Aidan or Aiden spelled dreadfully. Or Izobellah is a unique name...nope its not either because it is just Isabella spelled dreadfully! Just like Jorja is a dreadful spelling of the name Georgia. If you have to butcher a name severly in order to like it maybe you don’t like the name after all....something to ponder.
posted by old and wise :: 10 years ago | report
I like the original spelling the best. It’s such a beautiful name I don’t think it needs to be changed.
posted by Ginny :: 10 years ago | report
I like Georgia, and I also like the spelling Jorja, but I’d be afraid of it being pronounced whore-ha.
posted by guest :: 10 years ago | report

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