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Elliot or Elliott?

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ElliotorElliott Mon 20-Feb-17 01:47:12

Thank you smile

smegsmeg Mon 20-Feb-17 01:48:18

Elliott! Lovely name smile

Fridgedooropen Mon 20-Feb-17 01:54:56

Elliot with one t. I know two that spell it that way and it keeps it simple. Good name smile

KoalaDownUnder Mon 20-Feb-17 02:01:49

Elliot.

I think Elliott looks more like a surname.

SuperBeagle Mon 20-Feb-17 02:48:54

Elliot. 😊

forgotpassword Mon 20-Feb-17 02:55:19

Elliott

CocoPorridge Mon 20-Feb-17 08:38:39

Elliot

Afreshstartplease Mon 20-Feb-17 08:39:36

Elliot

MelCookie Mon 20-Feb-17 09:19:41

I think Elliott. It looks more "complete" to me and balances with the double "ll" at the beginning. I may be overthinking this!

IHeartKingThistle Mon 20-Feb-17 09:25:33

Mine has one t. The other way is a surname.

But no one will get it right anyway. My little nephew wrote us a Christmas card th8s year and went for the amazing 'Elleyot' !

swimmerforlife Mon 20-Feb-17 10:01:40

My DS is an Elliott but that's because my Grandad was. also an Elliott, probably would have gone for one 't' otherwise.

WhatYouTalkinBout Mon 20-Feb-17 10:59:50

My DS2 was going to be Elliot right up until the moment the registrar asked and then we went for Elliott instead grin

Didiplanthis Mon 20-Feb-17 11:04:37

We Googled it with the registrar in her office at registration as none of us could work out how to spell it ( including her ! ) Elliott seemed to be used more commonly and I thought easier to remember !

Sophronia Mon 20-Feb-17 11:28:54

Elliot

Kazzawazza69 Wed 22-Feb-17 09:39:49

Two t's for me. Lovely name! X

KlingybunFistelvase Wed 22-Feb-17 10:32:01

Elliot

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