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I think it is a cute name. It is better than Lily (it is not so popular).
-- Anonymous User  11/14/2005
In Alice Walker's novel The Color Purple, Shug Avery's given name is Lillie.
-- WeloveyouJesseLacey  4/29/2006
This spelling is most often used as the nickname for Lillian. Very classy and feminine.
-- Fionafabulous  6/15/2006
Lillie Langtry, British actress and courtesan. But she was born Emilie.
-- Ylva  9/9/2006
Very cute! Can be short for Lillian, Lilith, and other names beginning with LIL.
-- Taydbug112  12/17/2006
Well - I want to kick myself for this, but - I actually like this spelling for a boy. Ahhh! It's so unlike me, but I think this would be cool on a guy. I thought of it when I was playing with my 3-year-old cousin Logan the other day. "Lillie" just popped into my head. Then I saw on the popularity charts that it had once been on the charts for boys (though it didn't do so well ;D). Oh, I'm glad I got that off of my chest. Please don't think I'm insane!
-- Pheadirean  1/2/2007
Lillie is a great name. Just be warned though the spelling of the name changes so much because of the more popular spellings. It needs to get more known so then there aren't that many mistakes in the spelling.
-- rainystars  1/2/2007
I personally like the spelling Lily instead of Lillie but it is a very beautiful name. I know someone by the name of Lillie Belle but her mother calls her Mary. Why? I have no idea but I feel sorry for the girl.
-- Anonymous User  6/30/2007
I like the ending "ie" better than "y" because most names that end in "y" are usually overused and "ie" makes it unique like Lillie, Carlie, Libbie, etc.
-- Anonymous User  8/6/2007
Lillie is the real name of Shug Avery in the book The Color Purple by Alice Walker.
-- bibi66  3/10/2009
I think this is a beautiful spelling of the name Lily.
-- Joy12  4/28/2011
Generally, "-ie" makes a name look far more delicate than the original - Lillie is a perfect example of this. I much prefer this to Lily.
-- xsai  5/21/2011
Lillie P. Bliss (born Lizzie Plummer Bliss, April 11, 1864 in Boston; died March 12, 1931 in New York City) was an American art collector.
-- Anonymous User  9/19/2011
In the book 18, set in 1925, Peter's girlfriend is named Lillie.
-- Anonymous User  7/15/2013

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