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Rebecca vs. Rebekah

Hi there, I have always wanted to call my daughter Rebekah/ Rebecca since I was very small. However, now I have the opportunity I’m totally stuck for which spelling. I feel biased toward Rebekah in one way, as I first loved the name as I was a huge fan of a beautiful Australian soap star - Rebekah Elmaloglou from Home and Away) BUT some people have suggested to me that the Rebekah spelling might appear to be a spelling mistake, or worse still a cre8ve choice (despite the fact this is the first biblical version of the name.) All that said I have no problem with the Rebecca spelling either. Your honest opinion s what I’d really like. MN suggestion welcome too. Thankyou. XxX

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Poll created: May 07, 2014
Total Votes: 21


Rebekah Joyce
Rebekah Louise
Rebekah Noelle
Rebekah Beatrice
posted by guest :: 4 years ago | report
I love the spelling Rebecca. It’s my middle name.
posted by guest :: 4 years ago | report
I’ve always heard Rebekah to be the Hebrew version of the name and I’ve never heard it as a mistake. I personally think its very pretty. Rebecca is as well but just go with whatever you like best.
posted by guest :: 4 years ago | report
I prefer Rebecca. Even though both may be legitimate, Rebecca has become the standard spelling, and so Rebekah just looks like a spelling mistake.
Rebecca Violet
Rebecca Grace
Rebecca Erin
Rebecca Hope
posted by guest :: 4 years ago | report
Rebecca Margaret
Rebecca Hope
Rebecca Julianne
Rebecca Juliet
Rebecca Louise
Rebecca Madelyn
Rebecca Caroline
posted by guest :: 4 years ago | report
I don’t care for the spelling with a "k".
Rebecca Renee
Rebecca rayne
Rebecca Catherine
Rebecca Louise
posted by guest :: 4 years ago | report
I much prefer the spelling Rebekah! I think it looks nicer. I will say though, I am a stickler for things being spelt correctly and this is the original correct spelling of the name!
posted by guest :: 4 years ago | report
I perfer Rebecca over Rebekah (biased though since it’s my name). It’s just easier not to have to explain a million times that it’s spelled with a k since most people will automatically spell it with a c...but I have to admit I actually fell in love with one of my friends names- her parents went even further to the name Rivkah which is the Hebrew name that Rebekah/Rebecca came from.
posted by guest :: 4 years ago | report

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