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Ewan or Elliot

(15 Posts)
Hopelass Fri 09-Sep-16 15:06:31

Would have James as a middle name and a single syllable surname. I like Elliot but DH prefers Ewan. These are the spellings they would have too.

Any preferences?

BingBongBingBong Fri 09-Sep-16 15:10:54

Elliot James sounds lovely as does Ewan James. Personally I am in favour of Ewan but I am biased because I have a 2.10yr old one (we spell it Euan though) 🙂

Loyly Fri 09-Sep-16 15:16:55


PotatoBread Fri 09-Sep-16 15:48:20

Ewan. Elliot seems a bit TOWIE in my opinion

Sugarpiehoneyeye Fri 09-Sep-16 20:53:36


ChrissyHynde Fri 09-Sep-16 20:55:14

Definitely Euan.

allthecarbs Fri 09-Sep-16 20:55:19

Elliot. I don't watch Towie though.

I can't read Ewan without thinking ewwww-an.

Lucked Fri 09-Sep-16 20:58:35

Elliot is a favourite of mine, makes me think of E.T (in a good way) not TOWIE

BikeRunSki Fri 09-Sep-16 20:59:26

Ewan (but I also prefer Euan).

SteviebunsBottrittrundle Fri 09-Sep-16 21:32:09

Elliot, but only by a smidgen!

Sophronia Fri 09-Sep-16 23:57:36


DramaAlpaca Sat 10-Sep-16 00:01:31


Hopelass Sat 10-Sep-16 20:26:14

Ooh it seems quite an even split! I don't watch towie so never thought of that. I like Ewan but keep thinking of the dream sheep! Also, what can it be shortened to?

PotatoBread Sat 10-Sep-16 20:32:26

I don't watch TOWIE either so have no idea if there is an actual Elliot in it the name just seems a bit TOWIE-ish to me iykwim but that's just my opinion. Can't think what Ewan could be shortened to - think it's a short enough name without the need for a nn. Ewe is the only thing that springs to mind! I do prefer the Euan spelling though.

Beeziekn33ze Sat 10-Sep-16 20:49:49

Elliot is fine!

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