People with this name number have a very successful life ahead in tackling their decisions with inner clarity and strength. If you are looking for alternate name ideas spellings then we can help you out. However not jealous of what others have and they might not, but from uncertain matters in love life. And yes, Allison and Louis both should have been on there…. Then someone else says THE way and it’s the opposite of the first person. I would prn. Famous people with the given name Jean: them differently, Jesse (boys name) I did once know an Elisabeth who pronounced her name with LEESA in the middle, instead of LIZZA like in Elizabeth. "Jeanne" is the proper spelling of the WOMAN'S NAME, which is the French equivalent of Jane or Joanne. Also, sometimes Madelyn can just be Mad-lyn. Except…is Theresa pronounced te-REE-sah? Really? Mackenzie/Makenzie/Mckenzie John This action cannot be undone. When addressing someone named Seán in Irish, it becomes a Sheain ("a Ee-in"), and in Scotland was generally adapted into Scots and Highland English as Eathain, Eoin, Iain, and Ian (John has traditionally been more commonly used in the Scots-speaking Lowlands than any form of Seán). Its correct Irish spelling is Seán or Séan (), while an older form is Seaghán or Seaġán.It is the Irish spelling of the Biblical name John.The Norman French Jehan (see Jean) is another version. Your Guide to the First Trimester of Pregnancy, Your Guide to the Second Trimester of Pregnancy. Today you’re more likely to meet a newborn Harlow. Nathanael is how it’s spelled in the Bible, but Nathaniel is the popular spelling today. And the Stephen/Steven isn’t quite that clear cut, as Stephen can also be pronounced STEF-in, whilst Steven is always STEE-vin. Isabelle We’re NOT including names such as Frances and Francis or Teri and Terry as those seem to us to be, well, more different. It depends on if you're going for the French John pronunciation or if you are going for Gene like the end of Eugene . Madeline has the -line or -leen ending (Except me.) ", https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Sean&oldid=986934195, Wikipedia pages semi-protected against vandalism, Short description is different from Wikidata, Articles with unsourced statements from April 2019, Wikipedia articles needing clarification from July 2015, Articles with unsourced statements from July 2015, Articles with unsourced statements from November 2016, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, Seaghán, Seón, Shaun, Shawn, Seann, Seaghán, Shaine, Shayne, Shane, Shon, Shan, This page was last edited on 3 November 2020, at 21:04. Alyson and Allison seem both legit to me. It is sometimes spelled Jeaine. Gabriella/Gabriela And Jean for a girl, and pronounce the "n". Namebase.org's database includes individuals, corporations and groups. Jean is a female name. Different ways to spell Gene. Lucy/Luci/Lucie I know a Madeline who pronounces is Madelane and one who pronounces it Madelin, I guess it’s up to them . John In French, "Jean" is a MAN'S NAME. Theresa Of course, there may be some controversy over what constitutes bona fide name spellings. The coauthor of ten bestselling baby name books, Redmond is an internationally-recognized name expert, quoted and published widely in such media outlets as the. I’m Theresa and pronounce it the same as Teresa, but some people try to pronounce the H. And my sister is Terra. I have seen a lot of spelling for Alison including: Alison If I see Jean in a French speaking area, or combined with a French last name, I assume male. Maybe we’ll do that for other names, too. Riley (uni-sex name) I say SARE-ah and LARR-uh. Ebony/Ebonie/Ebonee. Edmund The Irish nobility in these areas were replaced by Norman nobles, some of whom bore the Norman French name Johan or the anglicised name John. Gwendolyn/Gwendolen As we can see, this is a pretty contentious subject! Since the 12th century it has consistently been the most common male name in France. © Waystospell.com Trademarks belong to their respective owners. Their parents seem as confused as us! Before you start searching old records, take the time to determine the right name, including its correct spelling. People always spell it liah or lea lia. I was surprised Allison is not on the list. Renee (girls name) Découvrez comment nous utilisons vos informations dans notre Politique relative à la vie privée et notre Politique relative aux cookies. Though I’m not sure I’d go with the Silvia spelling, as then there’d be a lot of having to spell it out. This educational content is not medical or diagnostic advice. Sarah is said like SARE-uh. Madeleine I live in the UK and I’d always pronounce Sara and Sarah differently. Zoe/Zoey Shawn/Sean/Shaun is firmly a boys name here, and Shauna/Shawna/Shana/Shanna is the girls equivalent. How about Reese/Reece/Rhys? This list has various ways to spell Gene. Hillary Hailey I think the Sara/Sarah thing is a bit of a regional difference. I’m a 4th grade teacher at a 98% Hispanic school and trying to teach kids how to read in a second language is very complicated. Séan reflects the Ulster pronunciation and is anglicized Shane, Shaine or Shayne. maybe you just want to put a unique spin on a common name? Gene is a male name (like Gene Simmonds) whereas Jean is a female name (like Jean Harlow) I know Jean is often used for a middle name for girls. How about the 70s boom of Carrie/Kerry/Kerri/Keri (all the ones I’ve known pronounced it CARE-ee. Mark Good point! It takes a relatively long time for them until they can open up properly and give their caregiver a look at her insides. Individuals with this life number therefore search specifically the company of other people, because there they feel home and be creative. In the US, both spellings were popular in the middle of the twentieth century for girls. My sister-in-law’s name is spelled Jone, for instance, as her mother thought if she spelled it Joan, people would pronounce it as Jo Anne. My name is Caitlin, and no one EVER spells it correctly. or even my name: Amelia is common, but Emilia (my spelling) is also used often in latin countries. For the record I’m American (from New England, living in the Mid-Atlantic) and I’ve never hear heard anyone pronounce Jeffrey/Geoffrey differently or Sara/h differently. Its interesting that in many of the examples where both spellings are considered legit, one of them is the standard French spelling. Thadsmom~ lol there’s a girl in my class whose last name is Marmalejos and one of my teachers calls her Miss Marmalade or just Marmalade just reminded me of that… And I agree about Margery/Marjorie, A few were missing that I think are totally legit, including. I have been waiting forever for someone to bring this up! That kid is begging to be called margarine on the playground. I’ve met a Sara who pronounces it SEH-rah, and another who pronounces it SAH-rah. Brooke Maude Some unisex names have a couple of legitimate spelling variations not divided along gender lines. It’s the english spelling of Bretagne, which is a region in France. Nora/Norah Sarah definitely rhymes with CARE-uh, while Sara rhymes with CAR-uh. I have never heard of a female Shawn of any spelling. Jean is a common female given name in English-speaking countries. Jean, Jeanne – In French, Jean is the masculine and Jeanne the feminine form. Before you say I’m wrong I grew up with 2 Marcia’s one pronounced Marsha, the other Mar-see-uh. Steven Remy (girls name) It’s not right in my opinion. The number 3 in numerology represents a triangle from the union of positive powers of the soul, mind and body. I disagree that Madeline is the same name as Madeleine and Madelyn. Vivian or Vivienne, but I prn. I was too stubborn and never got 100. Allysan, Also for the Margo/Margot is the French spelling of Margaux (my personal favorite). Payton (See it as uni-sex) The first box is for names with an unknown spelling, while the second is for the correct spelling. To be in love is very important to the life number 3 and they enjoy their relationship generally very much. They were from the deep south. I would pronoucne Remi totally different to Remy. Threes often lack confidence in their partners but this is primarily because of their own insecurities. I’ll put in my 2 cents on Stefanie/ Stephanie. So again, you can’t be wrong. Lee (boys name) Anywhere else, use Gene for a male. To Djgirl- Rachel For notable people named Sean, refer to List of people named Sean. Miles/Myles USING OUR SERVICES YOU AGREE TO OUR USE OF. Dominick im sophia ! Being named Katherine, I always have to clarify that its with a K and an ‘erine’. Don't pronounce the "n". |. I get asked if it’s a C or a K and one S or 2 all the time , Not sure if it has been said: https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Jean_(female_given_name)&oldid=971755231, Short description is different from Wikidata, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, Jean Randolph, an alternate personality of, Jean Hawkins, the deceased wife of Robert Hawkins and late mother of Sharon and Virgil in, Jean Nesbitt, sister of the protagonist from the TV, This page was last edited on 8 August 2020, at 01:06. Eleanor Oh and ask an Irish man how to pronounce Caitlin ie katelyn caitlyn etc…, Old English had no K hence Catherine/ Katherine, Oh and Jean is a French boys name- John) Susannah I’m kind of sad that Madelyn is now considered a legitimate spelling of Madeleine – such a beautiful name!! Also, I’ve been thinking about this lately that I find I ask people a lot more now how they spell their name (or their family member’s name) then I did when I started my job 10 years ago. I’m expecting now and top contender for a girl is Teresa/Theresa (not sure which will pick) and for a boy is Louis (pronounced like Lewis). We both get so annoyed when we both get called Sarah or both get called Sara. Elliott Sean is a male given name of Irish origin. In spite of having great joy for life people with the life number 3 also have a high level of discipline and principles. Sophia Sean is commonly pronounced "Shawn" (Seán), but in the northern parts of Ireland (owing to a northern dialect), it is pronounced "Shan", "Shen" or "Shayn" (Séan, with the fada on the e instead of the a), thus leading to the variant Shane. The only thing that bugs me about this post is that Sarah and Sara are pronounced differently. Shawnie and Shauna, yes. And we’ve made a lot of judgment calls some of you may disagree with. 86 Responses to “Name Spellings: Right and Wright?”.
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