Elliot or Elliott?

(15 Posts)
WorkWorkWorkWork Wed 29-Jun-16 22:57:39

I'm not sure confused

Elizabeth09 Wed 29-Jun-16 23:05:51

I believe Elliott is the "traditional" spelling, but I like Elliot equally.

DramaAlpaca Wed 29-Jun-16 23:07:20

For a first name, Elliot.

I think of Elliott as a surname.

I know that probably sounds daft!

Arfarfanarf Wed 29-Jun-16 23:11:18

I think the single t looks better.

WorkWorkWorkWork Wed 29-Jun-16 23:14:01

Elizabeth Elliot is the traditional smile

Faez Wed 29-Jun-16 23:18:23

Agree Elliott is more a surname

indieblack Wed 29-Jun-16 23:24:28

Elliot is traditional European version. Elliott is the US version.

Pemba Thu 30-Jun-16 03:47:26

The extra 't' doesn't seem necessary to me, and takes longer to write. There are not many words than end in double t. It's a originally a surname anyway, isn't it, and most times I think the surname has only one 't'.

KoalaDownUnder Thu 30-Jun-16 04:03:14

I agree that Elliot looks like a first name, and Elliott more like a surname.

I also think Elliot just looks nicer and more streamlined.

Afreshstartplease Thu 30-Jun-16 05:37:45

Elliot

cathpip Thu 30-Jun-16 05:46:01

I have an Elliott, and wished that I had only given him the one t. Everyone including family spell his name wrong.

queenoftheboys Thu 30-Jun-16 05:48:46

I prefer Elliot (but interestingly when I went to type it I automatically used two Ts and had to correct it).

BuzzLightyearsHoneyBun Thu 30-Jun-16 06:15:26

I have an Elliott, with two Ts. We felt it looked more complete that way and that is how Elliott from ET is spelt (and where I got the name from)
Gorgeous name, however it is spelt

LowAMH Fri 01-Jul-16 01:12:59

Elliot but I like the name either way. Elliott makes me think of Elliott Smith.

Alisvolatpropiis Fri 01-Jul-16 01:16:04

Single t for a first name.

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