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Kayleigh or Kaylie?

(57 Posts)
asley Thu 29-Sep-16 18:49:55

Which spelling?

ShowOfHands Thu 29-Sep-16 18:50:58



kittykatval Thu 29-Sep-16 20:42:48

I prefer Kaelie. But out of the two, Kaylie.

BossWitch Thu 29-Sep-16 20:43:30

Kaylie, definitely.

GipsyHill Thu 29-Sep-16 20:45:27

Kayleigh. I'm Scottish though, I've never seen it spelled the other way.

ScarletSienna Thu 29-Sep-16 20:45:50

Kayleigh but I like Ceilidh too!

Ankleswingers Thu 29-Sep-16 20:46:36

I know a Kaliegh.

EmpressKnowsWhereHerTowelIs Thu 29-Sep-16 20:49:36

Kaylie / Kaelie are a bit too cutesy & look like misspellings of Kylie.

I'd go for Kayleigh (but I was an 80s teenager and have a Marillion earworm right now).

Sugarpiehoneyeye Thu 29-Sep-16 20:49:42


RiverTam Thu 29-Sep-16 20:50:28

Kayleigh. If it's good enough for Marillion it's good enough for everyone else!

Coconutty Thu 29-Sep-16 20:50:35

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Soubriquet Thu 29-Sep-16 20:50:40

Kaylee grin

WaitrosePigeon Thu 29-Sep-16 20:51:46

Hideous either way.

WaitrosePigeon Thu 29-Sep-16 20:52:00

I hope Kaylee is a joke grin

Twooter Thu 29-Sep-16 20:53:20

Marillion way definitely.

TheNaze73 Thu 29-Sep-16 20:53:59

Kayleigh, has to be

Soubriquet Thu 29-Sep-16 20:55:54


I actually love the spelling Kaylee

SquirrelPaws Thu 29-Sep-16 20:57:40

I like Kayleigh. I like Ceilidh as well, but it has a very different vibe.

LastBusHome Thu 29-Sep-16 20:58:44

Kayleigh. I knew person with that name and she is the most lovely person. I knew a Kayley who was a right little madam.

MargeryFenworthy Thu 29-Sep-16 20:59:11

Is it too late to say I'm sorry?

giraffesCantReachTheirToes Thu 29-Sep-16 21:00:28


giraffesCantReachTheirToes Thu 29-Sep-16 21:00:52


Exploretheunexplored23 Thu 29-Sep-16 21:02:49


Honeybee79 Thu 29-Sep-16 21:06:02

Kayleigh - like the Marillion song (my DS aged 5 is obsessed with that song and demands it every time we get in the car)!

uninvitedguest Thu 29-Sep-16 21:07:29

Kayleigh wink

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