Baby Name Spelling Confusion Help!

Mona - posted on 06/02/2016 ( 2 moms have responded )




Ok My hubbie and I are expecting our 3rd baby girl anytime now.
I remember a name fro ALONG time ago and my heart is 100% set on it and my husband likes it as well
The name is Remori pronounced Ree more ee? or Remeri Ree mer ee? (Feminine long e types)
That's the problem... The name doesn't really seem to exist but it sounds so cute!
I like to keep the name short IMO with the extra E and the name being long just looks a bit odd but I don't want people mispronouncing it as short e like Rem ori That seems more masculine.....
Anybody out there have any good spellings for Remori that sound like the first two examples but shorter?
I can not for the life of me figure out where I heard that name before so if there is a correct spelling for the example female pronunciations that be good too cause I tried googling it and came up pretty empty :(
Thanks for any ideas my heart is pretty set on this name it's just finding the best spelling that's a problem.


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Michelle - posted on 06/03/2016




If you chose an uncommon name, people will misspell and mispronounce it all the time. You can spell her name any way you want.
As she starts school and knows how to spell her name, she will correct people.
People still spell my name wrong and it's such a common name!

Sarah - posted on 06/02/2016




Are you thinking of Remilia? Pronounced ree-mee-lee-ah? That is the only name close to what you describe that I can find. You can name her whatever you chose, people will mispronounce it all the time. It all depends on how much correcting you want to do. I have a niece names Liliana, her parents call her lily-ah-na, everyone else lily-an-na. Drives my sister nuts and that is a more common name.

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