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    Just the regular spelling VANESSA.
    It doesn't need to be touched. The others just look wrong and unecessary.

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    Vanessa is fine. Reminds me of Kath and Kim when Kim names her daughter 'Epponee' (Ebony). Totally ridiculous adding or changing letters of a name to make it individual. A, you are as individual as you want to be, regardless of how your name is spelt and B; the child has to spell it out their entire life..
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    Vanessa.

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    Ummm yep Vanessa. Why would you want to change it??

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    Bad spelling of names always seems to go with bad kids. Stick with the original, the others seem a bit bogan (sorry if that's harsh).

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    Quote Originally Posted by FrogsnSnails View Post
    Vanessa is fine. Reminds me of Kath and Kim when Kim names her daughter 'Epponee' (Ebony). Totally ridiculous adding or changing letters of a name to make it individual. A, you are as individual as you want to be, regardless of how your name is spelt and B; the child has to spell it out their entire life..
    MY name is Vanessa - and I agree!

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    Definitely Vanessa.

    The other spellings actually change the pronunciation, that is the emphasis changes on different syllables.

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    Keep it how it's meant to be, I really don't like traditional names being spelt incorrectly.

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    I prefer traditional spellings


 

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