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lotti89 Sun 12-Jul-09 23:54:27

MAYLEIGH-PAIGE... i read this name in a magazine and i dont no what i think of it, i like it but dont no if i would call it my baby cause everyone iv asked doesnt like it, and i wouldnt want people to call her may which a friend said thats what she might end up been called, what do you think...

Bonneville Sun 12-Jul-09 23:56:26

Mayleigh isnt a name. Its made-up and silly. Sorry.

TeamEdward Sun 12-Jul-09 23:56:34

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lotti89 Mon 13-Jul-09 00:00:20

ok cheers,
wat about demi-leigh or lexi-paige

lotti89 Mon 13-Jul-09 00:01:26

take the paige off lexi, just lexi

TeamEdward Mon 13-Jul-09 00:02:57

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lotti89 Mon 13-Jul-09 00:07:31

i do like lexi (g), but my partner doesnt he keeps sayin lexus (g), but my mate said lexus sounds for a boy

jellybeans Mon 13-Jul-09 08:17:36

I don't like it. Lexi on its own is nice but I would worry about it rhyming wih Sexy.

MamaLazarou Mon 13-Jul-09 08:23:51

Mayleigh-Paige = awful, stupid, made-up name.

Demi-Leigh = atrocious. No-one pronounces Demi correctly - they all say it to rhyme with 'semi', in which case it would mean 'half'. So Demi-Leigh means 'half a Leigh'. I don't know if people like this name because of Demi Moore (whose name is an abbreviation of Demitria, therefore pronounced d'MEE) but it just sounds common.

Lexi-Paige is also awful.

Since you seem to like the name Paige, why not just have Paige? It's a lovely name on its own.

Scorpette Mon 13-Jul-09 09:36:03

You could go for Marley/Marly, which is a v old English girl's name. It sounds similar and isn't made up. Marleigh-Paige sounds like it's out of an article in 'That's Life' magazine, sorry.

LucyMinter Mon 13-Jul-09 09:42:02

Anything with a hyphen in the middle sounds like you are trying too hard.

Mayleigh is terrible, don't do it.
Paige is Ok
Lexi would be Ok as a nickname, you could call her Alexandra with Lexi for short or something.

Mammina Mon 13-Jul-09 09:49:30

sorry no, don't like it at all, but Paige on its own is nice, as is Lexi as a NN for Alexandra/Alexia

mrswoolf Mon 13-Jul-09 13:08:08

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troutpout Mon 13-Jul-09 13:24:53

No..don't like any of them
Paige by itself is ok

BunnyLebowski Mon 13-Jul-09 13:56:57

I know someone who has actually called their little girl Lexus (known as Lexie) hmm

KittyBigglesworth Mon 13-Jul-09 15:12:07


Momdeguerre Mon 13-Jul-09 15:13:02

Really not keen on hyphens - always makes me think a parent could not make up their mind. ike Lexi as an abbrviation of Alexandra or even Alexus. Why not pick Paige as a middle name?

What about Lucas as a boys name? Sounds similar to 'Lexus' but it is not a brand of car. . .wink.

lotti89 Mon 13-Jul-09 15:52:33

k thanks for the repiles, im goin call her paige cheers.

ZippysMum Mon 13-Jul-09 15:56:40

in case you're still here...
I saw a programme a while bach where the little girl was called Indi-Mo. I thought it was kind of cool.

ZippysMum Mon 13-Jul-09 15:57:47


MaggieBeeBeau Mon 13-Jul-09 15:59:06

I'd like Indimo without the hyphen.

It's funny, in some cultures, lol blush the culture is the height of sophistication!

Mayleigh-Paige is a total car crash of a name!

Could be worse, could be Mayleigh-Mae.

ZippysMum Mon 13-Jul-09 16:02:41

I suppose it could have not had a hyphen, I just assumed it did. Could have been Indi Mo or Indimo...

campion Mon 13-Jul-09 18:55:28

Had a little Charliemai on the front of our local rag last week.

Pingpong Mon 13-Jul-09 19:35:40

Sounds very American to me and not in a good way - sorry

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