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Emreigh vs. emreigh vs. emreigh

We are due in a few short weeks and will be welcoming home a baby girl. She has an older brother, Ryder (i dont care if you dont like that name, we chose it because we both grew up racing motocross!) We want a tomboyish girl name and Emory (to us) is unisex. We dont want to spell it Emery or Emory. We chose to spell it Emreigh. Now what do you guys think? Thanx!! ~Kayleigh

The Top Baby Name is...

Emreigh

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Poll created: Jun 19, 2014
Total Votes: 0

Comments

Sorry but I don’t care for the spelling but it isn’t my kid. I do however like the name you have chosen - very much like it! :)
Would you consider spelling it: Emry
( I only ask b/c I believe this is an actual legit spelling, or it maybe Emrys.)
posted by christy :: Jun 19, 2014 01:32 PM | report
The name isn’t too bad, but it just looks weird! Maybe Ripleigh?
posted by guest :: Jun 19, 2014 01:33 PM | report
Emreigh would be pronounced differently to Emery or Emory. 2 syllable Em-ree instead of 3 syllable Em-uh-ree. If you’re not intending to change the pronunciation then maybe Emereigh?
posted by guest :: Jun 19, 2014 01:37 PM | report
Emori
Emree
Emoree
posted by guest :: Jun 19, 2014 01:38 PM | report
That spelling is going to cause lots of trouble throughout her life.
posted by guest :: Jun 19, 2014 01:41 PM | report
Ripleigh is cute
posted by guest :: Jun 19, 2014 01:43 PM | report
I agree that the pronunciation would be different with the spelling Emreigh. I know a little girl named Emery and I think that spelling is much more flattering.
posted by guest :: Jun 19, 2014 01:45 PM | report
I wouldn’t use it if you aren’t going to spell it Emery or Emory. Creative spellings only create problems for your child.
posted by guest :: Jun 19, 2014 01:49 PM | report
Finleigh
Avereigh
posted by guest :: Jun 19, 2014 01:49 PM | report
I like the unisex name Emory, but Emreigh looks like you are trying too hard to make a boy name girly.
posted by guest :: Jun 19, 2014 02:05 PM | report
I would say Emreigh differently than I would say Emery. Em-ree vs. Em-er-ree. I think it’s a gorgeous name, I’ve always loved it, but I don’t care for your spelling, unless you want it to be pronounced one syllable short than Emery.
posted by guest :: Jun 19, 2014 05:44 PM | report

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