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This name was borne by American silent movie star Leatrice Joy.
-- alberto  3/22/2006
Hideous! It sounds like licorice, lice, or leach.
-- Anonymous User  11/28/2006
A beautiful melodious name. I pronounce it lee a triss.
-- kookiemonster71  12/11/2006
Dreadful! If you want to use more than one name, don't run them together into one; Anneliese, Maryanne, Pollyanna, and Annemarie put aside, don't do it.
-- gaelruadh19  1/27/2007
If you want to use Leah and Beatrice, then name your daughter Leah Beatrice. Leatrice just doesn't work.
-- YMPvt  3/17/2007
Pronounced ley'-uh-triss. This was my grandmother's name, born 1912 in Kentucky.
-- meowelers  11/28/2007
It just doesn't sound right. It sounds sort of slimy and damp somehow.
-- slight night shiver  4/27/2008
I agree with a lot of previous users. Leatrice to me sounds like lettuce. I much prefer Leah, Lea or Lya if you really want the sound of Leah. No offense to anyone whose name this is!
-- Anonymous User  10/13/2008
I don't like this name either. The spelling looks like "head lice". Ick.
-- Anonymous User  8/20/2009
I think this name has a soft, pretty sound to it.
-- websurfer  12/28/2009
Strangely, I like it. It's not really my usual taste, but I really dig it.
-- silly_rabbit  5/18/2010
This name is so rarely used as to be considered unique. Frankly, it looks like a typo and also evokes imagery of lice.
-- vomiting  2/7/2011
This is my great aunt's name. I like Leatrice because it sounds more unique. However, seeing that previous users dislike it, I wouldn't use this name. I would more likely use Beatrice, which is better than this name.
-- dwayne1996  8/5/2012

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