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I am not sure if anyone else has had this problem, but I have found that I have been called kel-lie in the past, where the "lie" is pronounced how it looks, instead of like "lee".
-- Anonymous User  7/29/2005
Kellie Martin (born Kellie Noelle Martin) is actresses born in California, USA.
-- Anjamon  3/2/2006
One of my friend's names is Kellie. Her problem is that she can never find anything with the correct spelling on it. Sometimes people think of the name Kellie as Barbie's little sister.
-- amber monkey  3/16/2006
I like this spelling, it is very feminine and pretty. Kellie is a great name.
-- Anonymous User  4/25/2006
The name is derived from the Welsh and in their terms means "maiden Warrior". Obviously some girl not to be messed with. My name is Kellie by the way.
-- kellie_rose  5/25/2006
Kellie Pickler was a contestant in the highly popular FOX talent competition "American Idol" (season 5). Ms. Pickler, 19 at the time, was voted out after spending a few weeks in the show's Top 12 performers, out of over 100,000 'Idol' hopefuls.
-- Pheadirean  6/4/2006
My name is Kellie and it's spelled differently just because my parents didn't want to do the most common spelling, Kelly. I love my name and it's spelling, it's just discouraging when my grandparents, friends, and boss don't spell it right.
-- VampiHime  8/17/2008
Well it is my name obviously and I am 13. I agree that it should be spelled right on more things such as coffee mugs and things, but I like how it's more uncommon than others such as, Kelly, Kelli, Kelle, Kelley.
-- Kellie12  10/20/2010
This spelling is okay, but I prefer Kelley.
This is a pretty enough name, but it's plain and common, unlike the alternatives Shelly or Nelly.
-- DaphneSusan  1/12/2011
My name is Kellie and as a child I use to hate it because no one could ever spell it correctly. However I now love it because I feel like Kellie, not Kelly. Everyone has that impression of Kelly as being a dumb blond like Kelly Bundy but I feel like a Kellie, and an I-E is different. Dare I say, despite being the Americanized version, feels more Irish. It feels more intelligent. It feels like it has more character and depth. Who would have thought just two letters could make such a change?!
-- KaNugget  6/21/2011
The name Kellie was given to 68 baby girls born in the US in 2012.
-- Oohvintage  7/19/2013

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