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    I agree with others Harper or tyla spelt with an a. Love Tyler for a boy though

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    I actually kinda like it. Wouldnt spell it Tyla though...looks more feminine but its bit bogan looking for me, plus she'd be forever spelling it.

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    I've taught a Tilah. Her twin was Tahlia. Friggin' confusing!!

    Anyway, if you make it a feminine spelling it inproves the name, same with possibly tweaking the pronunciation. Tyler spelt as Tyler is very masculine IMHO.

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    I like it for a girl, spelled Tyla.

    I loved Harper and it was going to be DS's name if he was a girl but I think it is way too common now, where as Tyla/Tyler isn't

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    My friend called her daughter Tyler and now I think it's Way to Girly and pretty to be used as a boys name

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    Ds name is Tyler so when ever I hear it I always associate it with a boy but I looove Harper though!!!

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    Also I associate Harper with harpoon and don't like it

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    Love it ...

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    I really like it, my friend just had a little girl & called her Tyla...you could pair it with a very feminine midfle name such as Rose or Grace


 

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