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Anna Lynn or Anna Lynne?

(15 Posts)
Shinerz Wed 01-Feb-17 00:02:33

Will be 2 first names - not looking for opinions on it. Just would like to know which you would go for?

NewPantsforaNewYear Wed 01-Feb-17 00:25:08

Anna Lyn
(Sorry to be difficult!)

Shinerz Wed 01-Feb-17 00:40:52

Lyn???

ItsLikeRainOnYourWeddingDay Wed 01-Feb-17 00:45:46

Lyn. Pleas not with the 'e', its 1889s enough already

Shinerz Wed 01-Feb-17 00:49:57

I've never come across Lyn. Lynn is the original and Lynne is a more feminine version (Brook/Brooke, etc.) where did Lyn come from?

Sophronia Wed 01-Feb-17 00:49:59

Anna Lynn

Sophronia Wed 01-Feb-17 00:52:05

Agree that Lyn doesn't look right!

NewPantsforaNewYear Wed 01-Feb-17 01:13:04

The one I went to school with spelled it I Lyn. I didn't realise that it was unusual.

Lunar1 Wed 01-Feb-17 01:49:27

As long as it's for a girl, either is nice. Just checking as I can't be sure on here this week-waiting for someone to want to call their boy Daisy and girl Matthew.

GreatScot8 Wed 01-Feb-17 02:22:50

Anna Lynn.

Never seen Lyn IRL and it looks wrong. Lynne looks overdone to me; the e is unnecessary.

Sugarpiehoneyeye Wed 01-Feb-17 10:28:07

Anna Lynn.

Wenchelda Wed 01-Feb-17 10:40:55

Anna Lynne. I seem to be in the minority but it somehow looks unfinished to me without the "e" on the end.

Ordinarily Wed 01-Feb-17 11:05:27

I prefer the Lynne spelling.

paddypants13 Wed 01-Feb-17 11:10:26

I like Anna Lynne I agree with the pp who said Lynne doesn't look finished without the E.

Lovely name op.

harderandharder2breathe Wed 01-Feb-17 16:50:44

Anna Lynn

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