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Stasher said:
Hi I would like to see the way my name is spelt (Stásher) with the other ways to spell Stacia please, is this possible? :) Thank you :)

Aakash said:
which is correct spelling Aakash or akash

Jaye Hall said:
I read a question, "would you name your son, Taylor?" My son is 36 years old, a very successful mergers and acquisitions attorney a fabulous husband and father. His name is Taylor. We named him after meeting a distinguished elderly gentleman who was born and raised in Savannah, Georgia. After researching further, we found the first name, Taylor was popular for baby boys born in the South in the late 1800s and early 1900s. When I first heard the name Taylor used as name for a girl, I thought it sounded ridiculous. As with many names, the female "Taylor" rode in and out on a trend. If I had to do it again, I would name him Taylor in a second. To answer the question, "Of course I would name my son Taylor!"

Alyssa said:
How about Ezmerelda? I think that's a good spelling, even though it's not correct.

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