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Ryland/Rylan Rae vs. Raleigh Rae vs. Rowen/Rowena Rae

Having GG twins one will definitely be Erin Elizabeth, need help with the other one middle name with definitely be Rae and we want a fn that starts with R. Suggestions welcome, thanks for your help. Gs

The Top Baby Name is...

Name Votes
Ryland/rylan Rae G 18% (2 votes)
Raleigh Rae G 55% (6 votes)
Rowen/rowena Rae G 27% (3 votes)


Rowan is hard to say (what if she has a speech impediment and difficulty with her Rs?) and Ryland just is not very cute IMO, but Raleigh is unique and fun.
posted by guest :: 2008-08-18 12:46:08 | report
Is Raleigh said like the city in North Carolina? Raw-lee??
posted by guest :: 2008-08-18 12:50:17 | report
Raleigh is pronounced Raw-lee
posted by guest: Gs :: 2008-08-18 12:51:31 | report
I like Raliegh Rae the best from your list.
I also like Regan Rae
posted by guest :: 2008-08-18 12:52:12 | report
I think she needs a more feminine name, especially with the femininity of Erin Elizabeth, and the unisex feeling of Rae. What about Rebecca Rae, Rochelle Rae, or even Rosa Rae nn Rosie? Good luck!
posted by guest :: 2008-08-18 12:57:26 | report
Roxanna Rae would be really fun! Or...
Roslyn Rae
Rebecca Rae
Rhianna Rae (Rhianna and Erin have a Celtic flair)
posted by guest :: 2008-08-18 13:04:55 | report
I agree. Erin is a classic and feminine name and Raleigh is like one of those trendy unisex names, IMO...They dont match well.
posted by guest :: 2008-08-18 13:04:59 | report
I would say Raliegh out of yours but i dont really like it.
what about:
Riley Rae
Rebecka Rae
Remy Rae
posted by guest :: 2008-08-18 13:05:38 | report
I like pp suggestion of Regan. I think Regan and Erin would make a cute sibset, but i don’t how well Rae goes with Regan. Ryland is all boy to me. A few others...
posted by guest :: 2008-08-18 13:10:24 | report
I am not a huge fan of Robyn myself, but Robyn Rae does sound cute, and for twins, I like that Erin and Robyn would both be names that are appropriate for men (Aaron/Robin) and women (Erin/Robyn).
posted by guest :: 2008-08-18 13:11:47 | report
I like the pp suggestion of Robin. I think it goes great with Erin and even though it is also used as a male name, I have always thought it was a more feminine name.
posted by guest :: 2008-08-18 13:14:27 | report
Maybe the RR is not going to work, suggestions for any other Alpha combo, keeping Erin Elizabeth need another name to go with it. First and Middle name should start with the same letter.
posted by guest: Gs :: 2008-08-18 13:32:36 | report
posted by guest: kate :: 2008-08-18 13:34:02 | report
Alexa/Alexis Ann
Bailey Briann/Brooke
Candace Caye
Candice Cheyenne
Cadence Christine
Hayden/Hailey Hope
Jacie Joy
Johannah Jade
Kenzie Kate
Lauren Layne
Laura Lynn
Madalyn Machelle
Madison Michelle
Mika Michelle
Natalie Nicole/Noelle
Priscilla/Patricia Paige
posted by guest :: 2008-08-18 14:20:10 | report
Lol at the comment about Regan..Thats my name and my nn is Rae.
I like Rowne Rae
posted by guest: Regan :: 2008-08-18 14:49:13 | report
Alexis Ann
Brianna Brooke
Catherine Claire
Danielle Dean
Gabriella Grace

Good luck!
posted by guest :: 2008-08-18 15:50:20 | report
i like rylee rae
posted by guest :: 2009-02-03 02:19:15 | report
I named my daughter Raleigh-Rae Nova. Raleigh-Rae is her whole first name. I love it and always get comments on it.
posted by guest :: 2010-04-16 14:32:06 | report

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