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    Oleksi or Olexi

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    Oleksi but I also like the original spelling!


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    Quote Originally Posted by MummaOJ View Post
    Ol' Esky?
    Sorry, just teasing - I think the original way or not at all.
    Gave me a giggle which is what I needed at least. Glad you were teasing though!

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    i like olexie

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    I would spell it Oleksi, I quite like this name but as Olexi or Olexie I just see the girls name Lexi or Lexie.

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    I would just use the traditional spelling. Either way it's going to look whacked-out and made-up to your average Australian... so you might as well use something that actually IS a real name, not some awful made-up version of a legitimate one.

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    Traditional it's a lovely name btw I don't think it looks made up at all, with the traditional spelling it just looks like a Ukraine name


 

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