Baby Name Poll Results
Eee ending vs. Ah ending
Do names ending in the eee sound or ah sound age better?
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I think either sound can age well depending on the name. For example: Skylee doesn’t age well, but I think Natalie can age well.
In general the "ee" ending is more for nick names and are therefore more childish. While the "ah" ending is more formal and in the realm of adults.
Natalie (childish, less educated, lower class)
Natalia (formal, more educated, upper class)
Wow, generalizing much? How is Natalie or all names ending in an "ee" sound uneducated, lower-class and childish... If anything you described yourself poster 2. You clearly have much to learn. Your opinion doesn’t make it so... So your saying of "generally" is false.
Sophie is a fully name... So is Natalie... As well as Julie, Emily, Holly, Lucy, Lily and etc...
Poll poster: why don’t you just stick to your own opinion and not bother asking ridiculous questions. Who cares!
I agree that MOST ee ending names sound childish, while ah ending names are much ageless.
It depends on how the ee name is spelled. Lily is lovely but Lilly looks really bad and tacky. I think the spelling makes a big difference.
I saw online once a person wanting to name her daughter "Elaynah". It ends in an Ah sound but I would hardly call it professional or better than a name ending in an ee sound. I think it’s the spelling that is the true factor in this question, not what it ends in. Plenty of political, professional and well established women with names that end in either ending.
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