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Millie or Milly?

(35 Posts)
IJustCantNameHer Thu 25-May-17 22:58:47

I'm not keen on any 'official' names, so I'm going for Millie/Milly on BC.

Which one?

Lemondrop99 Fri 26-May-17 00:15:25


Joeybee Fri 26-May-17 00:22:54

Milly is lovely. Millie make me think of Millies Cookies!

Sashasays Fri 26-May-17 00:23:05

Millie. I have to say I know a few Millie's and I don't know any by the spelling 'Milly'.

giggly Fri 26-May-17 00:23:53


muffinwaggon Fri 26-May-17 00:27:29


needsomeopinions Fri 26-May-17 00:35:37

Millie, my name is spelt with an 'ie' instead of a 'y' and I much prefer it!

Sophronia Fri 26-May-17 00:40:12


SoyUnPerdedor2 Fri 26-May-17 00:44:59

We went to a panto a few years ago. Group of kids there. Could have been brownies or similar.
They had 2 millies.
Milly-with-a-Y and millie-with-an-E

I prefer ie. Not sure why.
Molly with a y. Millie with an e.

SuperBeagle Fri 26-May-17 08:04:23


Creatureofthenight Fri 26-May-17 08:11:46


Argeles Fri 26-May-17 08:45:09

Millie - it looks more modern.

auntym Fri 26-May-17 08:46:36

I prefer Millie

QuestionARhino Fri 26-May-17 08:48:24


Sugarpiehoneyeye Fri 26-May-17 10:14:50


PotteringAlong Fri 26-May-17 10:15:55


AmysTiara Fri 26-May-17 10:17:11

I prefer Millie

imthelastsplash Fri 26-May-17 12:05:19

I have a milly - I always felt there was no need for an ie

Epipgab Fri 26-May-17 19:30:47


ThroughThickAndThin01 Fri 26-May-17 19:31:19


ThroughThickAndThin01 Fri 26-May-17 19:32:39

I agreecSoy Molly, but Millie.

switswoo81 Fri 26-May-17 22:38:54

I have a Millie, it's unusual where I'm from so I checked the uk baby names list and the ie was higher so went with that.
She has renamed herself (at 2) as Mimi so it doesn't matter now!

HainaultViaNewburyPark Fri 26-May-17 22:40:58

All the ones I know spell their name Millie, so I'd go with that spelling.

NapQueen Fri 26-May-17 22:43:46

Millie. But I also prefee Hollie to Holly and Abbie to Abby so maybe its a y thing.

Skyllo30 Sat 27-May-17 01:07:00


Don't move to Belfast, it has a local meaning.

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