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I like this spelling better than 'Lauren'.
svit-kona  5/15/2006
I think Lauryn Hill the singer spells her name this way.
emeraldstar  7/12/2006
You pronounce it like La-ren. My cousin has this name.
Sarasponda  8/10/2006
Ew I hate this spelling. It's too trendy, why ruin a pretty name like Lauren?
― Anonymous User  1/4/2007
My friend has this name. I like it better than my name "Lauren". I like the spelling better.
laurennicole  6/2/2007
I like the name but I wouldn't name my girl this, it's been used WAY too much.
applemilk  9/10/2007
I think that this should be categorised as English (Modern) instead of just English.
mhavril39  10/27/2007
As if Lauren isn't trendy enough.
― Anonymous User  10/31/2008
Contrary to the above post, this pronounced the same as Lauren, LAWR-ən.
emmiix3  3/23/2009
I think this is a nice spelling of the name Lauren. The only problem is that the bearer of this name would be forever spelling it for other people. But I really like it!
Joy12  4/23/2011
I don't think that the "-yn" suffix does this name any favors. Lauren is a decent name, albeit tired; altering it causes it to lose remaining charm.
Francesca  6/19/2014
I agree with the majority of the posters here.

Lauren is a nice enough name, but when you add the "y" to it, it's just another tryndeigh, kre8yv spelling that will do the bearer no favours.
YITYNR  1/6/2016
Lauryn Eagle is an Australian professional boxer and water skiing champion. She was on The Celebrity Apprentice Australia and is a former Miss Teen International 2004. Coming from a water skiing family, her father Peter won the Australian title eleven times and sister Sarah placed second at the 2007 World Championships. She first learned to ski at the age of four and started racing when she was nine years old. In 2003, she placed second in the Junior Division and at the next World Championships in 2005 she won the women's division title in the F2 class. In 2006, she won the Australian Speed Championships and the Australian Marathon Champs. She then finished third at the 2007 World Championship in May in the Formula 1 Division. She retired shortly from racing after her father's death in 2008. In 2009 Lauryn returned to racing placing third at the 2009 World Championships, and 7th in the 2011 World Championships after suffering a big fall in the third race.
lilolaf  7/19/2017

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