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    Default Spelling help.

    I am liking the name Eliya pronounced E-lee-a. Bit like Aaliya but with an E as I can't really have another A name. I don't like the spelling Eleah. To you does Eliya say E-lee-a? Or is there another way to spell it to avoid the E-lie-a pronunciation?

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    I went to school with a girl who spelt it Eleya

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    When i see Eliya i think Elle-i-ya it looks heaps better Aaliyah

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    Quote Originally Posted by NZtoWA View Post
    I went to school with a girl who spelt it Eleya
    I agree. Or Ehleya depending how u would the first E to sound.


 

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